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Value of experienced CEO fades when working in regions vulnerable to corruption, political instability

LAWRENCE — Apparently, experience is not always a good thing. In fact, for CEOs of small and medium-sized enterprises, it can eventually prove to be a liability.

Pandemic altered predictability of stock market, according to social media data

LAWRENCE — The stock market is known for its unpredictable nature. But how do investors react when an external event further throws it into chaos?

KU School of Business receives largest gift in school history

Multinational enterprises should choose between two colocation strategies, research finds

LAWRENCE — In business, colocation occurs when firms locate together in the same geographic space.

Reliable internal candidates preferred over more qualified external ones, according to new study

LAWRENCE – Working hard is regarded as a strong motivation for earning a promotion. But new research suggests companies that are hiring favor such extra effort when displayed by internal candidates even more than better-qualified external candidates.

School to welcome high school students in 7th annual Summer Venture in Business

LAWRENCE – The University of Kansas School of Business will host its seventh annual Summer Venture in Business program for high school students from June 11-16.

Reasons for talent gap in procurement field examined in new business analysis

LAWRENCE — Everybody is a student of “procurement,” whether they realize it or not.

Accounting student chosen for prestigious GASB Postgraduate Technical Assistant Program

LAWRENCE — University of Kansas School of Business student Carson Morrow has been selected for the Postgraduate Technical Assistant Program with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), the independent organization that establishes accounting and financial repo

School of Business names 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Business will honor Jay Howard with its 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award.

U.S. News & World Report ranks 37 KU graduate programs in top 50 among public schools

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas has 37 graduate programs in the top 50 among public universities – including nine programs in the top 10 – in the 2024 rankings from U.S. News & World Report, released today. Highlights include the following:

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