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U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Michael Zacchea, director of the School of Business’ Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) will be signing copies of his book, “The Ragged Edge” on April 25 at the Graduate Business Learning Center in Hartford. Proceeds from books sold that evening will benefit the EBV. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)

In Memoriam: EBV Director Michael Zacchea

The decorated Marine Corps veteran founded the entrepreneurship program in 2009, which has since produced 187 businesses

Professor: Walt Disney Co. Chose Values Over Politics; Other Corporations May Face Similar Dilemmas

The Florida legislature's retaliation against the entertainment giant likely won't be the last clash over values between business and government

People wearing a protective facemasks to help stop the spread of a deadly SARS-like virus which originated in the central city of Wuhan are seen inside a subway train in Beijing on January 28, 2020.

UConn Professor: Alert U.S. Executives Sold Stock Before COVID-Induced Price Plunge

Executives with corporate ties to China were quicker to respond in the early stages of the outbreak

Female engineer wearing hard hat and reflective green jacket standing with laptop against wind turbine and setting it up.

School of Business Offers New Minor in Social Responsibility and Impact in Business

The new program is open to all undergraduate students, regardless of their major

Hand drawing diagram of people, planet, profit to explain the intersection of Sustainable Development concept.

Sustainability Conference Will Guide Students Interested in ‘Business for Good’ 

'Not only is environmental and social sustainability the right way to do business, it is an increasingly significant driver of business success'

A picture taken on February 24, 2022 shows (from Up, L) US President Joe Biden, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President of the European Council Charles Michel, Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister Mario Draghi and French President Emmanuel Macron during a video-conference of G7 leaders on Ukraine at the Elysee Palace in Paris. - Russia has launched an invasion of Ukraine in the early hours of February 24, 2022, defying Western outrage and global appeals not to launch a war. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN / POOL / AFP).

A War Within a War: Cyberattacks Signal a Newer, Powerful Approach to Combat

In addition to fighting with troops on the ground, Ukraine is also defending itself on another front, from cyberattack

‘I Run to the Fire’: Serial Entrepreneur, UConn Alum Nadav Ullman Tackling Supply Chain Nightmare

Building a new way to track goods and supplies from order to production to delivery

eight couples who met while at uconn reunited at the uconn alumni center

UConn Magazine: An Epic UConn Love Story – in Eight Acts

The story begins in McConaughy Hall back in 1986 and it is still developing.

The student-focused startup competition Innovation Quest starts on Feb. 9 (UConn School of Business Photo).

Innovation Quest Organizers Expect ‘Extraordinary Turnout’ for This Year’s Competition

The 2021 iQ winner, Raina Jain, received a $15,000 check in support of her startup, The QueenBee, an all-natural, organic, immune-support beverage infused with honeybee products

A luxury apartment complex under construction in Hamden. Finance professor Jeffrey Cohen says Connecticut is on the verge of a boom in new apartment construction.

Professor: Surging Demand for Housing Creates Apartment-Construction Boom in Connecticut

A boom in construction as demand rises, but supply chain snares and other challenges still lie ahead