November 2010 Archives

Stephen Parente was interviewed by Jason DeRusha of WCCO-TV for his "Good Question" segment. His questions for Professor Parente was," What Changes In Open Insurance Enrollment?"

Professor Stephen Parente was quoted in this November 16th MPR News article about the Mayo Clinics plans to open two proton beam cancer therapy centers.

Eat, Drink, and Still Shrink

Minnesota Physician - Nov. 2010

Grab Free Shipping, Avoid Gotchas and Ditch Guilt

Platou Leadership Competition Winners Announced

Awards recognize the leadership skills and innovative thinking of MBA students with medical industry specialization.

Busy Teens Work Less, Study More - and Text

Courting Shoppers

Delta Baggage Handlers Narrowly Reject Union

Why Harry Potter Is Still Wizard

To Read Others' Emotions, It Helps to be Poor

A New Recipe for the Web

Mayo Clinic to offer Proton Beam Cancer Therapy

Good Question: What Changes In Open Insurance Enrollment?

CIBER Opens for Business...and Educators

The University of Minnesota has joined a select network of institutions with the opening of its Center for International Business Education and Research.

U Alumna's Website Pairs Small Businesses with Backers

Minneapolis' 2% Solution Helps

Next Brand Matters Looks at Master-Brand Strategy

UnitedHealthcare's Marcia Miller will be featured speaker for Nov. 16 event.

Management Myths

Executive Education Custom Program

Custom program helps train Children's Hospitals and Clinics' medical staff in business and leadership.

MMI Alumni

Re-connecting with MMI Alum Brad Austin, president, Harmon Inc.

EarthClean, a Minneapolis-based start-up that makes an environmentally friendly fire retardant, was named "Minnesota's Top Breakthrough Business Idea" and honored for its innovative business concept.

Lunchbox App Delivers Quick Advice for Food Cravings

Recent entrepreneurship graduate Parag Shah is progressing with his Lunchbox business idea developed while he was a student at Carlson.

Creating 'Mayhem' For a Good Cause

Bill Solboe created his Music Mayhem online game while completing his MBA at the Carlson School. Profits from his venture will go toward funding research on Alzheimers disease.

Water Purifying Method Now a Biz

Two undergraduate students developed a new business idea in a Carlson School entrepreneurship class and are launching a venture to commercialize University of Minnesota technology, as reported in this 8/15/10 Star Tribune article.

A Solar System Win-Win

Carlson MBA alum and former entrepreneurship instructor Joel Cannon are featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their latest clean energy business - TenKSolar.

Carlson Goes to Work

Net Impact's annual service day to help local nonprofit organizations to be held November 12.

Target Continues to Shortchange Customers' Coupons

Consumers Take a Breather

Friday, November 12, from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m.

Carlson president, CEO, and director will headline Dec. 7 event.

Delta Flight Attendants Narrowly Reject Union

Paul Vaaler will present Friday, December 3, from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.

M. Kent Clemens, a senior actuary at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Office of the Actuary, will be the featured speaker on Nov. 22.

Getting Ahead While Giving Back

Two recent Carlson School graduates' community-focused career approach puts them back in the classroom, resulting in a brighter future for all.

Wall Street Warm-Up

Students put stock in the Carlson School's New York Trek to help them land a treasured position on Wall Street. The rate of return has been promising.

Get Smarty Pants

Could being the smartest at work make you a target? Associate Professor Theresa Glomb's recent research reveals whether smarter people experience more victimization.

Elite Eight Brand Management Case Competition

Carlson School team takes second-place at Elite Eight

Carlson School Mixes Business with Breakfast

New speaker series kicks off November 17 with conversation on pricing.

Carlson School Signs Partnership with CFA Institute

The school is officially designated a University Partner with the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute.

Haunted by the Money Goblins?

Size Doesn't Matter when Creating Jobs

John Hines with George John


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