February 5, 2015

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Mason Means Business: Happy Hour & Men’s Basketball Game

The School of Business Alumni Chapter gathered nearly 100 guests for the first annual Mason Means Business alumni night on February 4. The evening kicked off with friends, colleagues, classmates and School of Business Dean Sarah Nutter enjoying happy hour at Brion’s Grille. After happy hour, everyone headed over to the Patriot Center to cheer on […]

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January 30, 2015

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Women in Business Q&A: Denise G. Tayloe Co-Founder, CEO & President, PRIVO

Denise G. Tayloe is a recognized leader and authority in online identity and privacy management with more than a decade of experience in the online privacy industry. As co-founder, president and CEO of PRIVO, founded in 2001, Tayloe helps companies navigate the opportunities and challenges of implementing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Prior […]

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January 29, 2015

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Helping Mason Ideas Get Marked

A marketing concept developed and launched at the Mason Innovation Lab at George Mason University’s School of Business is now being used by other innovators at the school to market their own business concepts. The name of developer and George Mason alumnus Topher Hall’s business is Sprolo LLC, which stands for “simple, proven, local.” The […]

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January 28, 2015

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Peggy Sherry Named New Deputy CFO of NCUA

Peggy Sherry has been named deputy CFO at the NCUA. Sherry, who started at the agency Monday, previously worked at the Internal Revenue Service as deputy commissioner for operations support. She also served as CFO at the Department of Homeland Security and held senior financial management positions at the United States Holocaust Museum and the […]

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January 27, 2015

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Passport to Success: Alumna Appointed Travel Channel CFO

We often don’t realize until years later which experiences have made the biggest mark on our career, but behind every great executive—and every successful business person—there is a moment that defines the direction their career will take. For Kellie Goldstein, it was an international finance class during her masters in accounting program that would plant […]

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