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Richard G. Larsen, distinguished professor of accounting at George Mason University’s School of Business was recently appointed to the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC). Established in 1953, the Advisory Council provides a public forum for IRS officials and the public to discuss [...]
George Mason University School of Business is pleased to announce that Jim Wolfe, entrepreneur-in-residence and assistant professor of management, was named as one of three finalists for the Entrepreneur Navigator Awards, presented by The Entrepreneur Center at the Northern Virginia Technology Council [...]
Michael Valmont, the Class of 2011 Class Representative, suggested to his fellow classmates that they should donate $145 from their student fund, calling it “TECHMAN Giving Back.” The class was overjoyed with the idea and very supportive.  One email later, sent to inform his classmates of the total [...]
Corporate financial reports are often released at the same time, creating information overload. Investors then rely on delegated information intermediaries, such as Dow Jones Newswire®, to identify important information that may be hidden deep within SEC reports. This information impacts investment [...]
Semi-annually the Mu Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a premier co-ed business fraternity, is privileged to attend a provincial wide leadership conference known as LEAD (Leadership and Excellence Academies for Deltasigs). The members of Delta Sigma Pi attend insightful seminars, workshops, and are able [...]
Goodman and Company, the fourth largest certified public accounting firm in the Mid-Atlantic, annually invites teams of students to participate in the Goodman Accounting Challenge. The challenge is a competition that educates undergraduate accounting students about real-life accounting issues.  [...]
This Venture Summit event—held at George Mason in early November—joined those already held in Silicon Valley and at Harvard University. Venture Summit Mid-Atlantic is a two-and-a-half-day gathering that highlights the significant economic, political, and technology trends impacting the global growth [...]
The Mason Inn Conference Center and Hotel will serve as an extension of George Mason’s School of Business, especially its Executive Programs—Executive Education, Executive MBA and MS in Technology Management programs—which will call home one of The Mason Inn’s four fully equipped office spaces [...]
On October 22, School of Business students attended a special presentation by Roger Ferguson, Jr., President and CEO of TIAA-CREF and former Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. Ferguson led a discussion of recent economic developments for a standing-room only [...]

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