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Continental establishes endowed chair at UofSC

$2 million grant creates professor position in operations and supply chain management

Moore School trailblazer honored with Carolina Distinguished Professorship

Tatiana Kostova, Buck Mickel Chair and Professor of International Business at the University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business, has been awarded a Carolina Distinguished Professorship.

Moore School professor's research helps students with cross-cultural communication

Five years ago, Clinical Assistant Professor Kathy Langston came to the Darla Moore School of Business with a question in the back of her mind: "How can a person expect to be able to understand and communicate well with others when they don't first understand themselves?"

MACC student to become first female veteran to graduate from USC's MACC program

Many students are content to earn just one college degree before joining the working adult world, but MACC student Jacqueline Wallace has fully embraced the idea of lifelong learning.

Moore School marketing professor prioritizes mentoring, wins AMA award

As a personal mentee of each of the Williams-Qualls-Spratlen Multicultural Mentoring Award's three namesakes, Crockett was thrilled to not only win the award, but also to be doing work of a caliber worthy to receive it.

Moore School marketing professor's research finds quasi-elitist social network within consumer review communities

When you think of online communities, what comes to mind?

Moore School to host 37th Annual Economic Outlook Conference Dec. 8

The Darla Moore School of Business will hold its 37th Annual Economic Outlook Conference (EOC) Friday, Dec. 8 at the University of South Carolina.

Forbes brings top marketing professionals to Darla Moore School of Business for CMO Summit

The CMO summit, sponsored by Forbes, brings seven USC alumni -- five of whom graduated from the Moore School -- back to campus during American Marketing Association's (AMA) Marketing Week to head up panels, network with students and pass on their wisdom from experience in the marketing world.

Ingersoll Rand CEO Mike Lamach named inaugural recipient of Sustaining Leadership Award

The Sustaining Leadership Award, created by the Moore School's Center for Executive Succession, recognizes CEOs who deliver superior financial, social and reputational performance, and demonstrate a commitment to developing future organizational leadership.

Harvard Business School, Universidad EAFIT win Moore School's Page Prize for Sustainability

Harvard Business School and Universidad EAFIT are this year's grand prize winners for the Moore School's Page Prize

Moore School undergraduate international business program receives No. 1 ranking for 19th year in a row

After that football win, Moore School Gamecocks have more reason than one to celebrate this week.

Bike This Way: GSCOM and finance student bikes 252 miles to give back

This GSCOM and finance student hit the road for his senior thesis, but not in the way you might think.

Moore School students apply their finance knowledge to world of cryptocurrency

Two Moore School students have founded ZenCash, an anonymous blockchain designed for secure and fast messaging and transactions.

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 International 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.

 

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