IBM partners with IU’s Kelley School of Business to provide ‘big data’ backing in the classroom

Earlier today, IBM announced plans to partner with Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and more than two dozen other business schools and universities. The primary purpose of the partnership will be to better prepare students for an estimated 4.4 million new jobs that will be created worldwide to support big data by 2015. The […]

Kelley professor’s model predicts which firms are manipulating disclosed earnings

Fraudulent financial practices have long been an issue in business, affecting the stability and credibility of financial markets.  Recognizing this, last summer the Securities and Exchange Commission created the Financial Reporting and Auditing Task Force. More easily identified as “FRAud,” the SEC task force has turned to people such as Messod Daniel Beneish, the Sam […]

Entrepreneurs and innovators from East and West coasts connect at Kelley event at Nasdaq

Big news at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business was Friday’s visit to Nasdaq, the United States’ largest electronic stock market. About 60 alumni, faculty, staff and friends joined Idie Kesner, the school’s dean. Thousands of visitors to New York’s Times Square were able to see the IU logo on the exchange’s seven-story video monitor […]

IU President McRobbie is headed to Asia, where the university has many friends

It’s been said that if you want to learn more about yourself, Google your name. Indiana University’s official news release about President Michael McRobbie’s trip to Japan, China, Vietnam and Singapore includes many more interesting details about the university’s connections with this important region of the world. I encourage you to check in regularly at […]

School of Global and International Studies excited about its first class of graduates

We knew that this spring’s commencement at Indiana University Bloomington already had an international flair with the participation of Ireland’s president, Michael D. Higgins, as one of the speakers. Higgins, who received a Master of Arts degree in 1967, will address students at both undergraduate ceremonies Saturday and will receive an honorary doctorate. The 8,241 […]

Video shows the student efforts behind Little 500 and the philanthropic lessons learned

The record books and news outlets will say that the independent team Black Key Bulls won their first men’s Little 500 and that Kappa Alpha Theta captured its fifth victory in the women’s race. But less obvious to the thousands of spectators at Bill Armstrong Stadium at the 2014 Little 500 were the dozens of […]