Rio de Janeiro’s acting governor Francisco Dornelles recently warned that the Rio Summer Olympics are headed to a “big failure.” He also called his state’s health care system “calamitous” and said his government’s policy of paying workers’ salaries in installments “is a form of slave labor.” Smith School marketing professors Hank Boyd and Roland Rust suggest better ways to manage a crisis
Our Smith Terps community at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business #CantStopTheFeeling this summer! We're showing off our dance moves and Terp pride to Justin Timberlake's hit song "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
In this edition, Rachel Goldstein, MBA Candidate 2017, lets us in on what it's like to work in the labor office at the Dearborn Truck Plant for Ford Motor Company.
BroadwayHD made history on June 30, 2016, with livesteaming of "She Loves Me," a musical production at Studio 54 in New York. Subscribers had access to the full show on the Internet, Roku and Apple TV. Some industry insiders worry that delivering affordable content online might shrink ticket sales or hurt the Broadway brand. But new research by Smith School professor P.K. Kannan shows that the opposite often
Maryland will award its first batch of medical marijuana licenses by the end of July. While winners won’t have to worry about federal raids when sales begin in 2017, dealing with the IRS will be another matter. “Interestingly, while the Drug Enforcement Administration has stepped aside on the enforcement of this still illegal substance in states where allowed, the IRS has not,” Smith School accounting lecturer Samuel