Joy Lindsay received the 2023 University of Minnesota Entrepreneur of the Year at the eleventh annual Founders Day celebration May 10.
A group of 20 Carlson School undergraduate students spent a week in London over their spring break, exploring the city and learning about international business practices. The trip was an essential part of IBUS 2021: Design Your Career in a Global Context.
Surge pricing in rideshare apps leads to more complaints from customers, which impacts drivers’ incomes, according to new Carlson School research.
International trade agreements create positive outcomes, such as more stable exchange rates for both partners, according to new Carlson School research.
New research reveals some public company leaders use their inside knowledge about audits to protect their personal portfolios from financial losses.
A relatively new offering—certified pre-owned programs (CPOs)—is making the used car market more efficient and easier for consumers to navigate.
New Carlson School research examines how career priority within a dual-income household affects the willingness to join a startup.
New Carlson School research examines how targeted arrests of major darknet drug vendors are helping law enforcement better combat crime.
During the second in-person Reunion Weekend at the Carlson School, May 5-6, 2023, MBA alumni came together in celebration and reconnection, honoring their milestone reunion years, reminiscing on their times as students, and sharing the stories of their journeys from the Carlson School to their present success.
The Business Association of Multicultural Students (BAM) is dedicated to developing a community of students with multicultural backgrounds while simultaneously introducing students to diverse perspectives on business.
Six extraordinary teachers and four outstanding staff members have been selected, by undergraduate students, as the 2023 recipients of the school’s Undergraduate Instructor of the Year and Staff of the Year awards.
For his lifelong commitment to teaching and mentoring doctoral students, Carlson School Professor Aks Zaheer is receiving the Irwin Outstanding Educator Award from the Strategic Management Division of the Academy of Management.