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Keeping it in the family: Siblings find a home in Moore School Master of Human Resources program

Imitation is the highest form of flattery.

Business Leader W.W. 'Hootie" Johnson Dies

William W. “Hootie” Johnson, who served as a founding member of the USC Business Partnership Foundation, and was a major supporter of the Moore School, died on July 14, 2017.

Moore School becomes one of first to receive Global Center of Insurance Excellence designation

The Darla Moore School of Business is one of 12 schools in the United States and 20 schools in the world to receive the Global Center of Insurance Excellence (GCIE) designation in its first year.

West and East teaching enriches Moore School Executive MBA students

The inaugural DIMBA cohort has spent roughly the last year learning from Moore School and NTNU professors, giving them multiple perspectives on the business world.

Moore School finance professor finds that bad writing can hurt a company's value

Everyone understands the importance of effective written communications in business, but could bad writing be costing your company real money?

Moore School Marketing Scholars explore entertainment marketing wth Lionsgate

Nine Marketing Scholars from the Darla Moore School of Business traveled to California to work with Lionsgate Films as part of a semester-long consulting project.

Moore School research finds more severe product issues typically delay recalls

Companies might not put product recall as high up on their priority lists as you might hope.

Moore School economics professor discovers ER wait times affect mortality rates and health care costs

Emergency room research shows that wait times could literally be slowly killing patients.

Moore School international business professor finds social influence in African stock market

Moore School international business professor Christopher Yenkey discusses the effects of social influence on the Kenyan stock market.

Underlying CEO narcissism might not be as destructive as you think

"Functioning narcissists have learned how to behave very well," doctoral student Ormonde Cragun said. "You can't exactly climb the corporate ladder and get to the top by offending people as you go."

Moore School accounting professor finds underlying language cues in analysts' reports that might signal buy quality

This recent research from Mark Cecchini shows that word choice really can make all the difference.

Are HR managers wasting time trying to measure negative behaviors in the workplace?

Moore School management professor Nichelle Carpenter examines the methods and outcomes of employee evaluations and asks whether they're even worth it.

Partnership brings Gamecocks to Charleston, sales expertise to Columbia

Since 2014, the Moore School has been developing a partnership with JEAR Logistics to improve the sales track experience overall.

Students get exposure to real-life data problems in class with Kaggle

The pilot section of the new Statistics for Business and Economics class encourages exploration with real-life data analysis.

Moore School supply chain and process management students prove their skills in Capstone consulting projects

Moore School student teams presented their supply chain and process management consulting projects, completed with 15 corporate partners, at the Global Supply Chain and Process Management Spring 2017 Summit at the end of April.

Graduating IB, finance major points to 'holistic experience' of Moore School for opening up so many opportunities for her

Rachel Lunsford has excelled at the Moore School in more ways than one thanks to the opportunities she says she doubts she would have gotten elsewhere.

Moore School first-year IBCE student awarded Boren scholarship

International Business and Chinese Enterprise program student Nicolas Ferguson won the national Boren Undergraduate Scholarship.

Moore School Doctoral Student Association 2016-17 awards

The Doctoral Student Association at the Darla Moore School of Business recognized student achievement during its April 25 annual awards ceremony.

Moore School senior uses data analytics to make the job search easier

IB, GSCOM and marketing senior Judy Wei analyzed Handshake job postings to see which skills are most marketable.

Moore School case competition team brings home the W

Students exponentially improved their presentation skills through this year's University of Navarra International Case Competition in Spain.

Moore School's Graduate Women in Business group pushes for encouragement, empowerment, engagement

The Moore School's Graduate Women in Business group promotes women in business master's programs of all kinds.

Moore School recognizes first class of NASP certified students as part of new sales track

The new Darla Moore School of Business Center for Sales Success graduated its first class of NASP certified students at the end of March.

Moore School professor named president of Academy of International Business

Darla Moore School of Business professor Chuck Kwok has been named the next president of the Academy of International Business.

Darla Moore School of Business students win University of Navarra International Case Competition

Students representing the Darla Moore School of Business won the 6th annual UNICC held at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain.

SC Econ Day builds interest in economics through high school competition

The second annual SC Econ Day brought almost 100 students from seven high schools around the state to the Darla Moore School of Business to put their economics knowledge to the test.

 

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