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When you get dressed in the morning, you often pull out your clothes, gather your accessories, and try to match those socks with those pants. If you’re a woman, you know the challenges of coordinating the bracelets, earrings, and necklaces, as well. It can be quite expensive to acquire the many different [...]
School of Business Acquires Bloomberg Terminals by Rosa Vivanco -- Nov 28th 2011
George Mason University’s School of Business now offers students access to real-time financial market data and company and industry information. The school has recently acquired 12 Bloomberg Terminals. Eight of these terminals are designated for student use, while four are reserved for faculty research [...]
A native of Lancaster, Kentucky, Strickland enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1980, serving as an intelligence specialist until 1983, when he then transitioned to civilian federal work with the National Reconnaissance Office, an agency tasked with designing and maintaining America’s spy satellites. [...]
Have Grade Book, Will Travel by Colleen Kearney Rich -- Nov 16th 2011
“Technology has enabled business to move at an accelerated pace not only in the movement of the goods, but in the innovation of new products and services,” says Haddock, who has been the school’s dean since 2009. “The whole world has become a small village because of technology, and that’s [...]
Twenty Mason MBA students recently had a chance to meet with a real American business tycoon: Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. On Friday, Oct. 21, the students met with Buffett for a question-and-answer session and luncheon at the Berkshire Hathaway corporate offices in Omaha [...]
“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 [...]

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