February 2012 Archives

Friday, March 2, from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. in 2-215 Carlson School

New Airline Could Lower All Fares at MSP International

UnitedHealth Launches New Mobile App for Customers

Greed Isn't Good: Wealth Could Make People Unethical

New Research May Make Vegetables More Appetizing for Kids

Redden's work could lead to greater consumption of vegetables and better nutrition

Blame Those Darn Negative Analysts

New Worlds: Clear Vision Summary

Delta's Use of Temps Worries Full-timers

Online voting will determine if A-list co-founder Matt Norris wins trip to White House.

Putting Cadillac Back on Track

With a job (and a life) that is far from boring, Veda Partalo helps reenergize the Cadillac brand.

Kaler Talks Staff, eTexts, Vikings, State of the U

Mayo Clinic Sees Jump in Revenue

MILI to Host Health Policy Lunch and Learn on Mar. 19

Prof. Parente and Dr. Susan Alpert will discuss the latest in health policy from noon to 1:00 p.m. in room 1-135.

Piracy Reduces Foreign Box Office Receipts 7%, Study Says

Tony Cui Named Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar

Assistant professor recognized as potential leader of the "next generation" of marketing academics

Why It Matters That Our Politicians Are Rich

For Unhappy Consumers, Social Media Are Mighty Sword

Looking for Work? State Job Site Is for You

Something for the Weekend

Dan Forbes to Present 'Designing Entrepreneurial Teams'

Will share evidence from university-based startups Friday, February 24, at11:30 a.m. in room 123 of the Science Teaching and Student Services Building.

Carlson MBA Team wins ACG Cup

A team of Carlson School MBA students took home first place in the recent Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Cup competition.

Spinning the Online-Piracy Debate

Optum Takes Health Care to the Cloud

Carlson Dean Finalists Vie for Position

The Marquee Result of the "Reel Piracy" Study

Professor Joel Waldfogel in Digitopoly.org

Searching for LOVE in All the Right Places?

21st Century Savings: Coupons Go Hi-tech

Doctor Wants to Put Vitamin D to Work in the Workplace

Recognized for unusual and outstanding contributions in I-O psychology

Prof. George John Headlines Next Breakfast Speaker Series

John will present, "Aligning Channel Structures and Incentives to Promote Profitable Growth: What Works?," on Feb. 22. Register today.

Mark Ritchie and Tom Stinson to lead panel discussion on Minnesota's financial outlook on March 6.

Good Question: Which Cars Are The Most American?

Why 'Experience' Shoppers Are Happier

Lawyer Hutton Represents Big Names in Pro Sports

Inside Track: Carlson School Eyes Two U Alumni

Basic Instinct Behind Many Consumer Choices

App Offers Discounts in U Area

The Pitfalls of Too Many Men

Union Fight Builds at Capitol

Get Kids to Eat Their Veggies

From the Department of Healthy School Lunches

Long practice hours prep dance club for competition

"Mindfulness at Work" honored in Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management

Second Carlson Dean Candidate Announced


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