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In light of the recent drop in oil prices, Hal Heaton addresses the state of the economy, market forces and what these new developments mean for MBA students.
First year BYU MBA student Nicola Harris is in the studio to tell us about competing in the 2015 Venture Capital Investment Competition at the Leads School of Business in Boulder, Colorado. Nicola shares how her and the VCIC team … Continue reading
BYU MBA students Steve Mineer, Brock Burrows, and Jorge Montalva recently placed 2nd overall in the inaugural International Investment Case Competition sponsored by The Economist and Muddy Water Research. Steve & Brock join us to share their experience analyzing the … Continue reading
Visiting Warren Buffett: BYU goes to Omaha! Several MBA students joined undergraduates students from the Marriott School on a special trip to Omaha. Warren Buffet invites a select group of students each year to visit him at the Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading
MBA students share their knowledge as TAs. Learn more about Dan Young in part one of our Meet Your TA series.
Finance Professor Jim Brau shares insight on the initial public offering (IPO) process. Join us and learn from Professor Brau how terms like “red herring” or “road show” relate to the IPO process.
Have you ever been curious about what opportunities are available to MBA interns at Amazon? Listen to Reid Clark share insights from his summer in Seattle launching a new product in the consumer electronics division at Amazon in our latest … Continue reading
Cameron Rich stops by the Adobe office to visit with Consultant Doug Mumford. Doug explains the different job opportunities available at Adobe and tells you why you should want to be a part of the company.
The BYU Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has two main focuses – (1) Professional development for the students and (2) Service opportunities for the community. This honorary, international organization for Accounting, Information Systems and Finance students as well … Continue reading
Host Julie Kellett and Whitney Johnson discuss women in business.