Technology

Summer Reading List 2020

It's the 17th annual Summer Reading List for Business Leaders – your summer reading guide as recommended by Maryland Smith's faculty experts.

May 27, 2020
Reacting to COVID-19, and Planning for Future Pandemics

Locating protective equipment and allocating resources to meet needs have been key challenges in combating the pandemic. Here's how Maryland Smith's Louiqa Raschid is helping.

Apr 20, 2020
The Global Pulse: A Coronavirus Video Series

In our video series, Maryland Smith experts share their insights on the broadly reaching impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Apr 17, 2020
Inside the Gender Data Divide

At a time when data can influence much of our lives, it turns out that the data that researchers collect, broadly speaking, tend to be based on men’s – more than women’s – experiences.

Mar 05, 2020
How Coronavirus Is Hitting China Firms, Global Supply Chains

The coronavirus epidemic has disrupted social life and the day-to-day economy for China’s 1.4 billion residents. What will the impact be for China’s small-to-medium-size enterprises – including their global supply chain partners?

Feb 19, 2020
Coronavirus and Misinformation

Contagious diseases can spread quickly, and misinformation can too. Here's how to find information from trustworthy sources during a public health crisis.

Feb 06, 2020
Alibaba’s Hong Kong Bet

Why Alibaba's strong debut on the Hong Kong Exchange is prompting short-term and long-term considerations to sort through.

Dec 03, 2019
Does Digital Health Favor the Wealthy?

In an increasingly always-on, connected world, it’s easy to assume that everyone reaps the benefits of technological advances. But is that really the case?

Nov 16, 2019
For App Developers, Bad Behavior Doesn’t Pay

App makers delayed updating to a more secure version of Google’s Android platform just so they could continue to harvest and sell users’ personal data, new research shows.

Oct 08, 2019
Why IBM Wanted Red Hat

It is the most expensive deal in IBM’s 108-year history, but the $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat is one that seems likely to pay off. Maryland Smith’s Tunay Tunca explains why.

Jul 16, 2019

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