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Mike Beheshti brings us back two years when TARP and ARRA funds were first issued to help save our country’s financial system. He talks about what has happened since then and where all that money has gone.
They just won the BYU Business Plan Competition. See what’s next for Kalood.com!
Tyler Pack and Abram Skidmore have a great new idea, using social media to connect professionals on a local level. Could this be the next Facebook?
Jeff Butler sits down with Patrick Nelson as he recounts his experience in France and Germany on the international HR trip, sharing some thoughtful insights on international management as well as some interesting experiences learning about French culture.
In the first Morning Market Call editorial, Doug Mumford poses the question “What type of Marriott School Alumni Should We Be?” and recounts how Justin Marcucci, who recently passed away, touched the lives of Marriott School students.
Dave Wood and Rhett Weller recap Mark Zuckberg’s visit to BYU. They discuss Facebook’s new development and crowd reactions to Senator Orrin Hatch’s questions.