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  • BYU Team Places Third in Social Responsibility Case Competition Friday Apr 04 2014

    Bold strategy and detailed recommendations helped four Marriott School of Management undergraduates take third in the Milgard Invitational Case Competition on Social Responsibility. This was the first year Brigham Young University participated in the competition, held at the University of Washington, Tacoma, where teams developed strategies to help a company positively impact society.


  • MBA Students Take First in Regional Venture Capital Investment Competition Team Continues to Global Finals This Week Friday Apr 04 2014

    A team of Brigham Young University MBA students won first place in the regional Venture Capital Investment Competition last month by evaluating and making deals with real startups. The group's journey continues this week as they take on ten winning teams from around the world in the Global Finals.


  • BYU Team Wins ACG Cup Competition Thursday Apr 03 2014

    A team of Brigham Young University MBA students bested competitors from across Utah to win first place and $5,000 in the Association for Corporate Growth Cup Competition. This is the third consecutive year BYU garnered the top spot at the annual event held in Salt Lake City.


  • Professor from the Marriott School to discuss citizenship at BYU devotional April 1 Monday Mar 31 2014

    Larry Walters, a professor with the Romney Institute of Public Management, will discuss citizenship as accountability and commitment to the well-being of the whole Tuesday (April 1) at 11 a.m. in the Marriott Center at Brigham Young University.


  • Globally Focused MBA Students Receive 2014 Eccles Scholars Award Friday Mar 28 2014

    The Kay and Yvonne Whitmore Global Management Center at Brigham Young University recently named 14 first-year MBA candidates as Eccles Scholars and awarded each recipient $9,000 to aid with schooling costs, international projects and global career exploration.


  • BYU’s Top Entrepreneurs Contend In SEOY Final Friday Mar 14 2014

    Brigham Young University’s best entrepreneurs went head to head at this year’s Student Entrepreneur of the Year competition, hosted by the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology. Three students were chosen out of more than 39 applicants to compete in the finals.


  • BYU’s Law and MBA Programs Translate High Marks to High Rankings Tuesday Mar 11 2014

    After another year of impressive student achievements, Brigham Young University’s graduate business and law programs have once again received high marks from U.S. News & World Report.


  • Students Learn How to Make a Difference at Ballard Week Tuesday Mar 11 2014

    Creating better work environments in developing countries, helping farmers escape poverty and providing prison inmates with educational opportunities are just a few actions social innovators are taking to alleviate the world’s problems.


  • BYU MBA Student Taking Fashion Skills to Vegas Thursday Mar 06 2014

    Most MBA students go on to work for major corporations or gain additional training to take back to their employers, but one first-year MBA student, Julia Perry, has other plans in mind – launching her own fashion line.


  • Marriott School Announces 2014 Hawes Scholars Thursday Mar 06 2014

    The Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management named ten MBA candidates as its 2014 Hawes Scholars. The honor, which carries a cash award of $10,000, is the highest distinction given to MBA students at the school.


  • High School Students Compete in Business Language Competition Friday Feb 28 2014

    High school students from across the state assembled at Brigham Young University today to put their Spanish skills to the test in the 2014 High School Business Language Competition.


  • Mobile App Competition Gives BYU Developers Chance to Shine Friday Feb 28 2014

    PROVO, Utah — Feb. 28, 2014 — Is the next Flappy Bird or Fruit Ninja at Brigham Young University? Developers at this year’s Mobile App Competition are hoping so.


  • BYU Accounting Students Offer Free Tax Assistance Through VITA Lab Wednesday Feb 26 2014

    Putting in extra hours after class can be tiring, but this semester Brigham Young University student volunteers are gaining valuable experience and giving meaningful service at the largest Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program in the country.


  • Utah Startup Marketplace Brings Budding Business to BYU Tuesday Feb 25 2014

    The hottest startups from around the state set up at Brigham Young University’s Utah Startup Marketplace this semester to find the newest talent for their companies.


  • BYU Endorsed by IMA for Excellence in Management Accounting Education Monday Feb 24 2014

    Brigham Young University’s School of Accountancy recently received endorsement from the Institute of Management Accountants for excellence in preparing students to pursue the Certified Management Accounting credential.


  • Students Win Big at BYU’s Business Model Competition Friday Feb 21 2014

    Brigham Young University’s student entrepreneur team Genius Security took home first place and a cash prize of $3,000 at this year’s Business Model Competition hosted by the Marriott School of Management’s Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.


  • Marriott School Professor Receives American Accounting Association Award Professor honored for impacting accounting practice Friday Feb 14 2014

    Marriott School of Management accounting professor Bill Tayler was among those honored by the American Accounting Association for an article he co-wrote on the methods and effectiveness of measuring performance. Tayler received the AAA Management Accounting Section’s Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award at a conference last month in Orlando, Fla.


  • BYU School of Accountancy Chair Appointed to FASAC Wednesday Feb 05 2014

    The Financial Accounting Foundation recently appointed BYU School of Accountancy Chair Jeff Wilks to serve on the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council. As a member of the council, Wilks will help advise the FASB as they establish the generally accepted accounting principles.


  • What Companies Can Learn From NASA's Tragedies Tuesday Feb 04 2014

    BYU business professor Peter Madsen has been researching NASA's safety climate ever since the Columbia shuttle broke apart upon re-entering Earth's atmosphere on Feb. 1, 2003.


  • BYU Students Take First in Capital One Case Competition Tuesday Jan 28 2014

    Helping people use credit wisely is no easy feat, but three Marriott School of Management undergrads took on the challenge and won first place in the 2013 Capital One Case Competition after attending the final round of presentations in McLean, Va.


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