12 teams of students are one step closer to the $52,000 in startup funding and business services that will go to the group that presents the best plan for a viable new business in Western New York.


Leaders from the business, nonprofit and academic worlds will come together to build inclusiveness across businesses and organizations.


The UB School of Management was ranked in its highest spot ever—No. 66—by U.S. News & World Report in its annual ranking of MBA programs.


Study shows narcissists curb team performance.


Starting this fall, the innovative Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Management will arm students with the business and technical skills that companies are demanding in the digital age.


To increase the number of nurses in leadership positions, the School of Management is partnering with the School of Nursing to launch the Advanced Certificate in Nursing Leadership.


IRS-certified accounting students will again provide free tax preparation services to individuals and families with annual incomes below $54,000.


David Murray, clinical associate professor of management science and systems, is among six UB researchers who received SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants.

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3-11-2019 — Brian Wolfe, assistant professor of finance, spoke with WalletHub about personal finances and credit card debt.

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1-17-2019 — Lewis Mandell, professor emeritus of finance, wrote an article for The Conversation and MarketWatch about the benefits and drawbacks of a new debit card the U.S. Department of Education is testing for student-loan borrowers.

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11-20-2018 — Inc. reported on research by Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, showing that when leaders prioritize morality, their organizations perform better and their employees are more satisfied and engaged.

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11-16-2018 — Joost Vles, adjunct instructor in the School of Management’s Professional MBA program, is the author of an article in The Conversation about queuing theory and why a single, longer line is actually faster for everyone.