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- Finance Prof. David Louton "not convinced" Etsy will be able to transition to new path in wake of IPO.
- At Bryant April 13, J ack and Suzy Welch discuss what it means to be a corporate leader.
- This 60 Minutes profile of head lacrosse coach Mike Pressler touches on his loyalty to Bryant
- Q&A: What Visual Studies Associate Prof. Maura Coughlin would change if she could go back to the 19th Century and more
- Finance Prof. David Louton is quoted in this International Business Times article about GoDaddy's IPO.
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"One of the great leaders" in business reflects on changes at GE, which he built into most valuable company in world.
The honorees are Pulitzer winner David Maraniss, former Bryant Trustee/Chair of the Board Michael E. Fisher ’67, CVS executive Helena Foulkes, and Neil Steinberg of Rhode Island Foundation.
The club recently achieved a new pinnacle of success: Every member who competed in the regional DECA tournament earned a medal.
Pressler's interview touches on the loyalty he has shown to Bryant since being fired from Duke University nine years ago in the wake of the Duke lacrosse scandal.
Fourteen students headed to Washington, D.C., to visit residents in nursing homes, tutor elementary school students, and deliver meals.
Annual symposium on April 1 includes presentations by experts on health outcomes data, systemic risk, applied analytics for business, real-time offers.
Assigned to enhance the fan experience at the New England Patriots' Hall of Fame, Nick Valeri ’18 and his team wound up presenting proposal to Gillette Stadium exec.
Businessweek interviews Prof. Teresa McCarthy about Bryant's Global Supply Chain Management Program, among the "hottest tickets in B-school."
Students must interview for a spot in this distinctive two-course program that provides a mini-career experience serving as securities analysts and portfolio managers.
Bryant magazine is published by the Division of University Advancement three times annually for an audience including alumni, parents, and friends of the University.
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