Business Professor Wins $2.5 Million Fantasy Football Jackpot Using the Concepts He Teaches Students
For David Bergman, applying his knowledge and skills to the "cool math problem" of fantasy football has paid off - literally.
Alum Who Created ‘Merican Mule Cocktail Company Has Plenty to Celebrate
Dean Mahoney '09 (BUS) is in high spirits, as the cocktail company he founded in South Norwalk continues to grow.
UConn Management Professor: Workplace Interruptions Jeopardize Productivity
UConn management expert Nora Madjar says even seemingly small interruptions in the workplace can end up having negative effects on workers.
New Business Law Program Promises Answers To Tough Questions on Equality, Inclusion
A new online speaker series aims to answer business law questions ranging from LGBTQ inclusion to workplace rules governing COVID-19 issues.
UConn Entrepreneur Smashes a Home Run With Sophisticated Baseball-Training Invention
Elijah Taitel '22 (BUS, ENG) swung for the fences in his first at-bat as an entrepreneur, and notched a grand slam.
Geno Auriemma Supports New Program to Further Boost UConn Grad Students at the Recruiting Table
Geno Auriemma is partnering with the UConn School of Business by supporting a new lecture-and-workshop series to help 2,000 graduate business students enhanced their leadership skills.
Fish-food Entrepreneur Wins UConn’s Wolff Startup Competition
Student entrepreneur Peter Goggins '21 (CAHNR) has won the Wolff New Venture Competition, which boosts UConn-connected startup companies.
Five UConn-Affiliated Startups Vie For Recognition, Funding at Prestigious Wolff Competition
UConn-affiliated startups in fields ranging from medicine to fish food are finalists in this year's Wolff New Venture Competition.
Two Months From Graduation, Xavier Cole ’20 (BUS) Says: ‘Make Excuses, Or Make It Happen’
Xavier Cole '20 (BUS), primed for graduation in December, has overcome obstacles in life that would have been the undoing of most people.
Marketing Professors: Consumers Are Suspicious When Companies Exceed Expectations on Product Recalls
Companies that are overly generous in handling product recalls surprisingly face harsher judgement from consumers, according to a UConn researcher's findings.