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Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers and Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Steven Kaplan sized up the economy and the financial markets at the 11th Annual Finance Conference.
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Professor Ronnie Sadka (Finance) and three colleagues found that CEOs often downplay good news about recent earnings and forecasts. Why? One possible answer is unsettling.
Meaghan Carey, MBA 11, says her Carroll School MBA coursework gave her new ways to look at business problems.
BC MBA students engage with a rigorous curriculum and learn from thought-leading faculty, while acquiring the experience employers demand. BC MBA students engage with a rigorous curriculum and learn from thought-leading faculty, while acquiring the experience employers demand. Our Career Development office works one-on-one with students, helping them focus their aspirations and refine their skills so they are prepared for a successful job search. Our Career Development office works one-on-one with students, helping them focus their aspirations and refine their skills so they are prepared for a successful job search. Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers and Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Steven Kaplan sized up the economy and the financial markets at the 11th Annual Finance Conference. Professor Ronnie Sadka (Finance) and three colleagues found that CEOs often downplay good news about recent earnings and forecasts. Why? One possible answer is unsettling. Meaghan Carey, MBA 11, says her Carroll School MBA coursework gave her new ways to look at business problems.
  • Full-time MBA

    Fill your toolkit and gain professional experience in the two-year MBA program.

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  • Part-Time MBA

    Flexible scheduling options make it easy to pursue a management degree while you work.

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  • MSF

    Study full-time or part-time in the top-ranked Master’s in Finance program.

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  • MSA

    Complete a Master’s in Accounting in two or three semesters.

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  • PhD

    Pursue a doctoral degree in accounting, finance or organization studies.

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Professor Lemon's Marketing Journey

 

There's a theme that threads through all of Professor Lemon's work -- "to make marketers better marketers". That theme surfaces frequently in her research, where she strives to highlight the practical implications of her findings. Read more about Professor Lemon's Journey.

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Professor Ransbotham Tamps Down On Big Data

 

Professor Ransbotham is unusual among IT experts. He values data analytics but also remains a contrarian who is as likely to point out the downside of some IT development as he is to sing hosannas to it. Read more about big data. 

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BC Chief Executives Club welcomes Denise M. Morrison '75

 

The President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company Denise M. Morrison '75 spoke at the Boston College Chief Executives Club meeting in April. Morrison outlined her company's strategic response to "seismic shifts" in the food industry and the business landscape. Read more about the CEO Club's event.

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Professor Owens Writes a Book She Needed as a Young Consultant

 

In Communication for Consultants, Professor Owens reflects on her experiences as a consultant. “Sometimes I said or wrote too little; most of the time I said too much,” she writes. “I always wished I had a book to help me bridge the communication gaps between my customer and me.” Read more about Professor Owens' book.

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BC MBA Students Meet With Warren Buffett

 

Twenty MBA students knew they’d learn something about investing when they touched down in Omaha last month. How could they not? They were slated to spend the next morning with the Warren Buffett. Read the post in the BC Admissions Blog.