We need more women in business schools. Here's how one dean plans to do it
Judy Olian, the dean of UCLA's Anderson School of Management, wrote an op-ed for Businessweek that included nine-point plan for attracting more female students and faculty.
Businessweek visits Lazy Magnolia brewery in Mississippi: 'the land that beer forgot'
While the New Orleans area and South Louisiana have Abita Brewing Co., Bayou Teche Brewing, Chafunkta Brewing, Covington Brewhouse, Gnarly Barley Brewing, NOLA Brewing Co., Parish Brewing and Tin Roof Brewing, and this year's winner of the Big Idea business pitch contest at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week was a team with a plan for a craft brewery ... (more)
Will Netflix (NFLX) Stock Be Helped By The Possibility Of 'Seinfeld' On Demand?
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
Hungry Cow Causes Internet Outage in Carroll County
A cow has been eating Comcast cables in Carroll County, taking out internet service for at least one Westminster resident, according to the Carroll County Times .
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Stacy Blackman Consulting
Don't Make These 4 Common Video Interview Mistakes
A skyrocketing number of business schools and employers have integrated a video interview platform such as Skype into their screening process, which means applicants need to adapt to make sure they present themselves with the same poise, charisma and class as during a traditional in-person interview.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Chains: Chipotle Sales Have Risen Dramatically Despite Price Hike
Even though Chipotle raised its prices by around 6.5 percent on average earlier this Summer, sales have been up 17.3 percent in the second quarter.
"How to Get Ahead by Speaking Vaguely" - Businessweek
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
New U. dorm to mimic Google headquarters, report says
Lassonde Studios , a new housing option for students, aims to foster the entrepreneurial spirit with the slogan "Live.
Wearable computers could be next advertising frontier
Advertising agencies have begun to devise strategies to deliver marketing messages to consumers via the burgeoning wearable technology market.
Sandra Bullock to play Tupperware exec in "The Help" helmer's new film
Wise came up with the idea of holding Tupperware parties, and became the first woman to appear on the cover of Businessweek in 1954.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
How Stuff Works
How Elevator Psychology Works
All Nicholas White wanted was a smoke. It was October 1999, and the 34-year-old production manager at Businessweek was working late on a Friday night.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Is Technology Advertising Ready for 'Who Are You Wearing?'
We have heard it coming for years: Wearable technology is going to be a hot trend .
The GMAT Club Journal
MBA Rankings And How They Work
MBA rankings are a great way to identify potential programs and determine how they align with your goals! But, at the end of the day, rankings are just a part of the puzzle.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The Hacking of NASDAQ
From the article, "Intelligence and law enforcement agencies, under pressure to decipher a complex hack, struggled to provide an even moderately clear picture to policymakers.
Silicon Alley Insider
Satya Nadella Is Cleaning Up Steve Ballmer's Mess
Microsoft said Thursday that it will eliminate up to 18,000 jobs , the largest round of layoffs in company history.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Small Business Advice Core values are crucial for business success
With Americans increasingly optimistic about the job market, more individuals are gaining the confidence to leave unsatisfactory positions to find new work.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Republican CFPB renovation numbers don't add up
The expensive price tag on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's office renovations is receiving a lot of criticism from GOP members .
Wed Jul 09, 2014
A ticket to greener driving?
Madrid, in its attempts to cut air pollution, has hit upon a novel idea - smart parking meters that can automatically adjust their hourly rates.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Crumbs Closes Up Shop at Mall in Columbia
There are no more Crumbs left. Crumbs Bakery -known for its large cupcakes in flavors like peanut butter cup, princess and brownie-has reportedly closed up shop in Columbia , Towson and White Marsh , along with more than 40 other locations nationwide.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
See how you compare to the average American in time spent working, exercising, checking email
Ever wonder how much time other people spend on the job, at the gym or at the home computer? BusinessWeek has put together this nifty interactive graphic that allows you to enter the hours each day you spend on specified activities.