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“I need my Starbucks." We have all either heard someone say this or have been guilty of using the phrase. Over the last 40 years, Starbucks has grown to become a lot more than just a small coffee shop in Seattle. With more than 17,000 stores in over 50 countries, Starbucks can be found virtually everywhere [...]
1. Methodology matters: In 2010, the Pew Research Center analyzed pre-election surveys and found that “support for Republican candidates was significantly higher in samples based only on landlines than in dual frame samples that combined landline and cell phone interviews.” The analysis goes on [...]
This past August, the Mu Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity at George Mason University’s School of Business was awarded the prestigious R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Chapter award, ranking the George Mason chapter as number one nationwide. The award was presented at the Grand Chapter [...]
The School of Business’s Academic Conference on Security and Innovation in Global Business, held jointly with the Symposium on Business Globalization, began with a keynote by General Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA. The academic conference then broke out into a separate meeting area for [...]
The School of Business' Symposium on Business Globalization: Managing the Cyber Security Challenge focused bringing together leaders in the field of cyber security and managing cyber threats in a global economy. The event featured panel discussions with cyber security experts and keynotes by acclaimed [...]
As a competitor in a tough market, a bank may be quite concerned to hear about a merger amongst its competition. It is commonly thought that the benefits of mergers will enable the new, combined company to become relatively more dominant in its markets, reducing overhead, pursuing efficiencies in operations [...]
The trip kicked off with a meeting with Basil Qunibi, Chairman and CEO of Novus Partners.  Qunibi spoke with students on the importance of research in financial decision making.  In previous years, the hedge fund industry had not been well regulated and there was little information available for research [...]
Has Terrorism Evolved the Role of Systems Engineers? by Rosa Vivanco -- Sep 23rd 2011
Ten years later, we can also reflect on how the attacks—along with other local, national, and global events—have changed how government organizations have improved responsiveness and merged operations systems that have typically worked independently of one another. These increasing demands for interoperability [...]
Mike Anderson is an assistant professor of finance with George Mason University's School of Business. Anderson received his PhD in finance from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, his MS in applied mathematics for finance from Baruch College, CUNY, and his BS in business administration [...]
Top Undergraduate Business Students Honored by Rosa Vivanco -- Sep 12th 2011
In celebration of the outstanding accomplishments of the School of Business' top performing undergraduate students, Dean Jorge Haddock, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, Alison O’Brien, and School of Business faculty and staff welcomed returning Dean’s List students at the Dean’s Academic [...]

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