Jacob Sheffield put on quite the show at this year's Student Entrepreneur of the Year competition, winning first place and $11,000 in cash.
The BYU MBA program maintained its national status in the U.S. News & World Report ranking, coming in at No. 34 in the country.
Sweet Heart, a wearable baby monitor for pregnant women, won first place and the hearts of the audience as crowd favorite at the Rollins Center's Business Model Competition.
The BYU Marriott School had another year full of achievements. Here's a list of our top stories of 2016.
Mike Norton dreamed of playing lacrosse in college on the East Coast. But thanks to his mom, he's now a budding entrepreneur major with new startups in his sights.
BYU students' 422 companies and $719 million in funding raised in the last five years are just two ways the entrepreneurship program is ranked one of the strongest in the nation.
Qualtrics CEO and Marriott School of Management alum Ryan Smith was tabbed in Fortune's annual ranking of the most influential young people in business.
Student entrepreneurs from Brigham Young University took 15 of the top 25 spots at the annual Utah Student 25 Awards.
Stephen Liddle, academic director of the Kevin and Debra Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology and professor of information systems, spoke on learning and agency.
Royce has made pests less pesky by creating four of the most successful, environmental pest control companies in North America.
Student-run companies presented business plans to judges in hopes of scoring prizes up for grabs in the Miller NVC.
Keeping a journal is not a strength for some (OK, most) people. Micah Wilson wants to make it easy for those people to chronicle the most important parts of life.
Sam Ballard and his excellence in the teeth business led to the junior being named the Student Entrepreneur of the Year.