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Yale School of Management Graduate Students Experience Warmth and Hospitality of Nigeria While Learning About its Private, Public, and Nonprofit Institutions

March 26th, 2004

A team of Yale SOM students just returned from their Spring Break excursion to Nigeria. Representing different academic disciplines and cultural backgrounds, the student "ambassadors" had a unique experience in the West African nation that has undergone major democratic and economic changes in a short time.

Jeffrey Garten Argues "Wal-Mart Gives Globalism a Bad Name"

March 6th, 2004

In his BusinessWeek Economic Viewpoint column (3/8), Dean Jeffrey Garten argues that it would be "bad news" for Wal-Mart to become the new face of American-style global capitalism

A Conversation on Globalization with Pulitzer Prize Winner, Daniel Yergin

February 19th, 2004

On Wednesday, February 25, Dean Garten will host globalization expert and Pulitzer Prize winner, Daniel Yergin, Chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), one of the world's leading international advisory and consulting firms.

Yale School of Management - The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures Announces National Business Plan Competition Finalists

February 17th, 2004

New Haven, Conn., February 17, 2004 - "The Yale School of Management – The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures" today announced its selection of 20 nonprofit organizations to proceed to the final round of the National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations.

Yale SOM partners with Toigo Foundation

February 16th, 2004

The Yale School of Management is excited to announce its partnership with the Robert Toigo Foundation to support the advancement of exceptional minority MBA students within the finance industry through scholarships, mentoring, internships and job placement.

Global Brands and Public Diplomacy

February 12th, 2004

In the face of rising anti-American sentiment worldwide, the business community must evaluate how it can better manage its transnational brands.

SOM's Economic Development SIG hosts 5th Bi-annual Economic Development Conference: "Economic Empowerment through Cross-Sector Partnerships"

February 10th, 2004

On February 6th, the The Yale School of Management's Economic Development SIG hosted its 5th Bi-annual Economic Development Conference: "Economic Empowerment through Cross-Sector Partnerships."

The Big Game - Yale v. Harvard

February 6th, 2004

On Saturday, November 29, more than 50 alumni joined 250 current students for a tailgate before The Big Game -- which was hosted at Yale this year.

Seth Goldman's '95 Honest Tea Honored by Inc. Magazine; Trish Karter '82 also Speaks at Award Ceremony

February 6th, 2004

Honest Tea, the socially and environmentally conscious purveyor of refreshingly unsweetened, barely sweetened and 'a tad swee' organic teas founded by Seth Goldman '95 and Professor Barry Nalebuff, was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the country in its annual Inc. 500 ranking.

Dick Wittink Publishes First Issue of Journal of Marketing Research

February 5th, 2004

The first issue of the Journal of Marketing Research (JMR) under the editorship of Professor Dick Wittink has been published.