August 2011 Archives

Four offerings help female managers achieve personal and professional goals

Focusing on Finance

Last year, Carlson Executive Education awarded scholarships to help businesses, such as the Minnesota Lions Eye Bank, gain new skills.

2011 Undergraduate Grads Landing Lucrative Jobs

The turbulent economy isn't preventing Carlson School undergrads from landing lucrative jobs.

How to End Your Energy Shortage

Market madness getting to you? Seek some boundaries

S&P Ratings for MN Firms are a lot Lower than AAA

Executive Education to help 10 more small companies, nonprofits, or entrepreneurs improve knowledge, business skills.

Audiences Put off by Charity of the Upscale

Tasia Tigue, a Carlson School Undergraduate Program adviser, was recently named president to the Minnesota College Personnel Association.

From Carlson to Google

As a company that prides itself on innovation, diversification, and endless opportunities, Google holds some of the most coveted positions. Several Carlson graduates have joined the company, integrating what they learned in their four years at Carlson into their day-to-day operations.

This Summer Camp is Strictly Business

High school students get down to business at GopherBusiness.

The Perils of Corporate Social Responsibility

New Pizza Joint Hopes to Top the Competition

Real Winner of Minnesota Cup Already Known

Benefits to state's entrepreneurial ecosystem go far beyond prize money.

American Crystal locks out 1,300 workers

Narayana Kocherlakota to share thoughts on "Past, Current, and Future Monetary Policy"


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