Alumni class notes.
Amazon does it. So do Jimmy John’s and many other companies. They require new employees to sign noncompete clauses, a practice now being pushed on low-income workers, limiting their freedom in the labor market.
It was 4 a.m., but Chuck Millison, OMBA ’15, was awake, attending class with his MBA cohorts at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. They were stateside, while Millison was in Qatar. Sometimes he was in Afghanistan or Jordan or Kuwait, but he stayed connected to his studies, thanks to the Smith Online MBA Program.
When it comes to display advertising—especially online—simpler can be better. That’s the finding of new research at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Oscar “Santana” Zeballos, EMBA ’16, was a successful talk show host, but a 2009 format change left him at a crossroads in his broadcasting career. So Zeballos co-founded Washington, D.C.-based MORE Broadcasting to independently distribute and produce radio and podcast content.