The European Union's top anti-trust authority appears on the verge of taking aggressive steps against Google. Rivals say the tech giant doctors its search results to favor Google services. Work by Smith professor Bill Rand has shown how, even in the absence of search-rigging, a monopolistic search engine can
The Central Tibetan Administration (AKA theTibetan Government-in-exile) aims to create a more self-reliant culture among Tibetan refugees by encouraging its people to become successful entrepreneurs. Spearheading this initiative, the Tibetan Entrepreneurship Development Initiative (TED) orchestrates entrepreneurial incubators, financing support, and inspires youth entrepreneurship. To learn more, come to the ChangeTheWorld.org Symposium on April 21, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., where the CTW Consultants will be presenting their final recommendations.
Lawrence Gordon, professor of managerial accounting and information assurance at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, will speak at the 2015 International National Cyber Security Centre One Conference, April 13-14, in the Netherlands.
Spring 2015 edition of Smith Business magazine.
While Israel proposes that Iran cease all nuclear research and development activity as part of a U.S.-Iran nuclear deal, such an agreement would prove unenforceable. “Ultimately, Tehran will become the dominant economic and military power in the Middle East and if it chooses,