The Rollins Center recently cured carnival cravings while creating a buzz for entrepreneurship across campus.
Undergraduate programs at BYU and the Marriott School of Business rose to new heights in the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
Entrepreneurs from around the world competed at the International Business Model Competition for more than $150,000 in cash prizes.
Dean Lee Perry recently announced Scott Petersen as the new executive director of the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.
Michael Thompson, Shane Allred, and others were recognized at the annual Marriott School Awards Luncheon for their contributions to the university and their respective fields.
BYU is one of the top five universities in the country for turning research discoveries into new technology, products and companies, according to a report released today.
Marketing major Eric Stopper and his startup developing a wearable fetal activity tracker won the $40,000 grand prize at the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.
Eight entrepreneurs entered the waters at this year's Shark Tank-themed New Venture Challenge. There was only one survivor.
You've tried it all: spreadsheets, software, the envelope system. And despite your best efforts, it seems like every month you blow your budget.
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.