Take note, investors: An investment strategy filled with confusing language can be a sign of dishonesty.


IRS-certified accounting students will again provide free tax preparation services to individuals and families with annual incomes below $56,000.


UB School of Management MIS student Jay Chen led the team at the annual Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition international finals.


UB School of Management research found women leaders were more effective than men at driving performance by inspiring followers to become servant leaders themselves.

BUFFALO, N.Y. —  The University at Buffalo School of Management’s Master of Science in Finance degree has been accepted into the CFA Institute University Affiliation Program (UAP), in recognition of the curriculum’s focus on ethics and standards of practice.

A diverse team of UB School of Management undergraduates—representing three majors and four countries—took first place in the 16th annual PwC Challenge.


John Scannell, chairman and CEO of Moog, accepted the 2019 Buffalo Niagara Executive of the Year award at the 70th Annual School of Management Alumni Association Awards Banquet.


Named in honor of university’s founding in 1846, the competition will celebrate the success of 46 of the fastest-growing businesses owned or led by alumni or former students.

12-20-2019 — Barron’s featured research by Feng Gu, professor and chair of accounting and law, in an article about how stock-trading computers profit from human mistakes.

11-21-2019 — Forbes reported on research by Kate Bezrukova, associate professor of organization and human resources, showing that people who are self-employed in some low-paying, popular jobs face the greatest risk from automation.

10-11-2019 — Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, wrote an article in Fast Company that breaks down the ethical dilemmas of lying in a job interview. The article was originally published in The Conversation.

9-22-2019 — The Associated Press interviewed Natalie Simpson, associate professor and chair of operations management and strategy, about how emergency responders are handling the increasing frequency and intensity of natural disasters.