Kelley School team wins inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition

Four students from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business this weekend returned from Orlando, where they won the inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition. The winning students were Maya Caine, an information systems and business analytics major; Mica Caine, an information systems and security informatics major; Keiondre Goodwin,a marketing, international business and Chinese […]

Former Chinese ambassador and GOP candidate offers perspectives on state visit and campaign

China has been a frequent target of political rhetoric during the current presidential campaign, particularly among Republican candidates. But Jon Huntsman, a Republican who in 2012 unsuccessfully ran for the nation’s top office, said it is a mistake for candidates to simply criticize China. Instead, they need to highlight the challenges and possible solutions. “I […]

Faculty and students establish community loan and consulting organization to address economic needs in Indiana

Editor’s note: This article was updated on June 9 to include news of funding from the 2015-16 Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council. Over the last two decades, many people have stepped forward, identifying themselves as “social entrepreneurs,” and passionately sought to change the world through businesses which address a social problem. Charles Leadbeater, an advisor to […]

Advice for 2015 Kelley grads from alumnus who now leads a top division at General Mills

This past weekend, Indiana University Bloomington was abuzz with graduation activities, including the first outdoor commencement in many years. Alumni of several schools also were invited back to campus to speak to graduates at recognition ceremonies. Among them was Anton Vincent, a 1993 MBA graduate of the IU Kelley School of Business, who today is […]

Successful alumnus Scott Dorsey gives back to IU, speaking at Entrepreneurial Connection Day

A wise person always looks ahead and prepares, while a fool can only look back and regret, so says a proverb. At the heart of a top business school are entrepreneurship programs, which prepare students to look ahead and learn how they can venture out on their own, and also how to create forward-thinking, innovative […]

Innovators in Big Data coming to Business Analytics Forum at IU’s Kelley School

    It seems like every new device today is connected to the Internet. A report issued last November by Gartner Inc., the leading IT research and advisory company, said 4.9 billion “connected things” will be in use this year. The same report said that number would rise to 25 billion by 2020. For years, […]

Kelley MBA students learn about corporate mergers from an insider’s perspective

According to a report issued last week, 2014 was a record year for mergers and acquisitions activity worldwide in the tech sector. UK-based Mooreland Partners said such M&A deal flows grew by 14 percent and totaled more than $1 trillion. While “deals of the day” aren’t a new phenomenon, it obviously is more important than […]

Many of the nation’s top high school seniors electing to study business at IU’s Kelley School

Last fall, American College Testing, a nonprofit organization that assesses college readiness, released data from a questionnaire of exam takers’ interest areas and released a top 10 list of most popular majors at U.S. colleges and universities. Four of the majors on the ACT’s list — business management (No. 1), general business (No. 2), accounting […]

Margaret Warner shares 25 years of experience in foreign affairs reporting during her visit to IU

Guest post courtesy of IU Communications colleague Emily Davis Nothing can ever be predicted. After 25 years of covering some of the world’s most important stories, this is one thing that Margaret Warner, chief foreign affairs correspondent for the PBS NewsHour, can say with certainty. Warner kicked off the Media School spring speaker series at […]

Students from 23 states come to IU’s Kelley School for National Diversity Case Competition

Students came from as far away as California, Washington and New York to compete at last weekend’s National Diversity Case Competition in Bloomington. This was the fourth year for the event — hosted by Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business — which attracted 140 students from 35 higher education institutions. Participants had an average grade-point […]