In this edition, Andres Gonzalez, MBA Candidate 2017, lets us in on what it's like to work as an intern at Laureate Education in Baltimore, MD.
A recent White House memorandum to heads of federal departments and agencies calls for at least 20 percent of their software projects to be accessible to the public without any additional payment to the developer through the “open sourcing” of their work. Smith School lecturer Jonathan Aberman says the new policy might cause problems for government contractors worried about protecting their intellectual property.
Twitter will stream 10 Thursday Night Football games this NFL season, creating "a top media story to watch," a panel of sports and media executives tells Sports Business Journal. "Along with the (NFL’s) pregame Periscope broadcasts, the Twitter offering will give the NFL additional insight into how fans choose to consume their sports and entertainment content,” says one of the experts, Smith School professor Derrick Heggans,
A recent tax court overruling of the Internal Revenue Service marks "a big win for all MBA students" — according to a Wall Street Journal source. But Smith School accounting professor Samuel Handwerger says not so fast. "MBA students should not automatically expect the IRS to back off on its scrutiny over tuition deductions," he says. "The case represents the latest in a history of cases where the IRS looks at the MBA
As investing icons Carl Icahn, George Soros and Leon Cooperman have exited Apple and its lagging stock, Warren Buffett has reasserted a value-investor approach by upping his stake in the tech giant. SEC filings on Monday revealed Buffett’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway as of June 30 increased its Apple stake by 55 percent, or about $500 million. Smith School professor David Kass shares insights.