News Releases


Companies may strategically use corruption to gain a competitive advantage against rivals, according to a new study of formally registered Indian technology firms conducted by the UB School of Management.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Members of family-owned businesses will have the tools they need to build a successful company across multiple generations, thanks to an expanded family business curriculum from the University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL).
BUFFALO, N.Y. — While stock markets tend to react positively to news of any major financial investment, new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management shows the reaction is weaker for investments by most sovereign wealth funds (government-owned investment funds).
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo School of Management named Jody L. Lomeo, president and CEO of both Kaleida Health and the Great Lakes Health System of Western New York, the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Executive of the Year.

Undergraduate and graduate students with entrepreneurial ideas may apply for the University at Buffalo’s Entrepreneurship Lab (eLab), a business boot-camp-style course that gives students the skills to develop and manage a successful new venture.


A team of six University at Buffalo students was victorious in the inaugural Collegiate Pentesting Competition, a cybersecurity challenge held Nov. 7-8 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.


Sophomores, juniors, seniors and MBA students in the University at Buffalo School of Management may apply now for the Western New York Prosperity Fellowship program.


A team of five juniors in the University at Buffalo School of Management’s accounting program will share a $1,000 prize as winners of the 12th annual PwC Challenge, held Oct. 30 at UB.


BUFFALO, N.Y. — Ten outstanding University at Buffalo students make up the current class of UB’s HSBC Scholars, a program designed to help juniors and seniors pursuing a STEM education or business-related field with financial scholarships, mentoring, paid internships, networking and other professional development. 


New research from the University at Buffalo School of Management has pinpointed one attribute online ads should have to influence consumers’ perceptions of a new product—and their willingness to pay for it.