Professional business fraternity to host rush events Sept. 8-18

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The Omicron Chi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi—the professional business fraternity—will host several rush events Sept. 8-18, including a “meet and eat” and an AKPsi Q&A panel. There will be opportunities to meet brothers, enjoy

Weatherhead’s Steven Feldman addresses cultural divides in doing international business

Bridging cultural divides: Doing business in China The World Financial Review: Steven Feldman, professor of design and innovation at the Weatherhead School of Management, discussed the challenges of corruption, the role of the middleman, the importance

Innovation and Business Plan Student Competition Kick Off set for Sept. 11

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The Great Lakes Energy Institute at Case Western Reserve University, Blackstone LaunchPad, thinkbox and Saint-Gobain will sponsor the Innovation and Business Plan Student Competition Kick Off on Thursday, Sept. 11, from 5:30 to 7

New book by Weatherhead School of Management researchers sets course for economic revival

Chris Laszlo

America is on course to be surpassed economically by China and India. With a disengaged workforce and a shrinking middle class, the quality of life for the masses, long held as the American Dream,

Weatherhead School announces winners of 2013 Weatherhead 100

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Annual business award winners show strong growth in multiple sectors Laudan Properties LLC, a multi-faceted residential and commercial building services firm based in Twinsburg, earned the coveted No. 1 ranking in the prestigious 2013 Weatherhead

Professor’s new book explains reality of corruption, role of middleman in China

Steven Feldman

In today’s highly competitive and complicated global economy, a fact of life for many executives of American multinational companies is a need to do business in China, home of the world’s second-largest and fastest-growing

Go ”speed dating” with business professionals April 11

On Thursday, April 11, students of all majors are invited to attend “Speed Dating with Business Professionals,” for a chance to talk to professors, representatives from community development companies and small business owners. The event,