A recent post at ShareAmerica, a blog hosted by the U.S. Department of State, points to a time when Warren Buffett — as a 19-year-old whiz kid — needed to gather himself after receiving a rejection letter. The piece shares three tips from Washington Post Career Coach columnist and Smith School Senior Associate Dean Joyce E.A. Russell for how anyone, including future billionaire investors, can bounce back
A “superfood coffee blend” developed and sold by University of Maryland graduates is one of six finalists vying for more than $100,000 in total prizes in the 2016 Cupid's Cup Entrepreneurship Competition.
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On Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, students and staff from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business participated in a community service activity with the Maryland Food Bank, a hunger-relief organization. Smith Terp volunteers were assigned to the Maryland Food Bank’s main warehouse near Baltimore, Md., and spent the afternoon repacking donated food on a conveyor system, packing assorted food kits, packing health and beauty kits, and checking expiration dates.
For years soda servings have been ballooning. For its first half-century, Coke's main product was a 6.5-ounce bottle. Later came the reign of the 12-oz. can. In recent years, you couldn't get anything smaller than a 20 oz. behemoth bottle from many vending machines. A health-related backlash against sugary drinks has put the industry on the defensive, and one way soda companies are fighting back is by offering small portions.