Armed with a childhood of sewing skills and an internship at a custom clothier, Brittany McCoy ’16 set a lofty goal during her freshman year at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business: She would launch her own fashion line and feature it at DC Fashion Week.
Former Terrapin golfer George Bradford, a 1997 graduate of the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, had a quick response when people told him to “get a job” after college. “I have a job,” he told the skeptics. “I’m a professional golfer.”
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Deutsche Bank is facing a possible $14-billion fine from U.S. regulators for its alleged role in propping up the housing market in the lead-up to the Great Recession, igniting some fears that the unprecedented sanction poses a new set of risks for the Frankfurt-based bank and the global financial system. "Brace yourselves. Sooner or later, history repeats itself, and the
It was the latest revelation in the Wells Fargo scandal: The surprise departure of CEO John Stumpf. Well, maybe not too much of a surprise. Stumpf had been in a downward spiral since revelations that bank employees, driven by bank incentives, had opened as many as 2 million accounts without their customers' knowledge. The scandal could have been handled better from the start, Smith School professor Susan Taylor