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Protégé of the Year honorees Cassandra Ott, Teshiko Payton, Nicole Davis and Jittaun Hutchinson were among the entrepreneurs honored at a virtual graduation for the Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program.


At a virtual graduation ceremony, the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership honored its Core graduates and recognized business owner Audrey Hall with the C. Taylor Kew Entrepreneurial Excellence Award.


Kate Bezrukova, associate professor of organization and human resources, is an expert on managing a diverse workforce, unconscious bias in the workplace and team chemistry.


John C.G. Boot, professor emeritus and past chair of the Department of Management Science and Systems in the School of Management, died May 15 in Buffalo. He was 83.


When the government bails out businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, it should acquire stakes in the firms—not just hand out loans.


This spring, the UB School of Management honored several alumni, business leaders and organizations for their impact on students’ career development.


With experts warning that today’s staggering unemployment may lead to a prolonged recession, financial literacy is more important than ever.


Twenty graduates received awards during the School of Management’s virtual commencement ceremony.


As a nation’s coffers grow, so do the waistlines of its citizens, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.


Mike McDonald, a senior business administration major with concentrations in international business and operations and supply chain management, received the Student Leadership Award for Sustainable Action.