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Kenyan Fair Trade sales up 328% since program’s inception

Areas of Study, Coursework, Global, Stories | Mar 06, 2012 |

by Catherine Migueis (GSB ’12) Financial success is important for any small business, but it is even more meaningful for the Amani Project, the Fair Trade operation at the Gabelli School of Business. The project’s students celebrated their most successful …

Fordham Business magazine back issues now online

Faculty, Stories | Mar 05, 2012 |

The first two issues of Fordham Business magazine — a forum for Fordham faculty, alumni and others to comment on major topics facing the business community today — are now online. Click the covers below to download the issues in …

First batch of businesses announced for Small Biz Connector

Areas of Study, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Society, Featured Events, Student Organizations & Clubs | Mar 05, 2012 |

Startups, small companies and other entrepreneurial employers are already signing up to meet Gabelli students at the Small Biz Connector, our brand-new career fair for entrepreneurially minded students. Here’s a first look at some of the dozens of companies who …

Success story: Isabelle Wildgen accepted to Paris-based master’s program

Areas of Study, Global, Success Stories | Mar 02, 2012 |

Isabelle Wildgen (GSB ’12) has been accepted to the master’s degree program in strategy and management of international business at the Grand École ESSEC in Paris and will continue her studies there after graduating from Gabelli in May. Congratulations, Isabelle! …

Can you build a business in 3 days?

Areas of Study, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Society, Featured Events, Student Organizations & Clubs | Mar 01, 2012 |

Think of it as a petri dish that grows a business. Fast. An organization called 3-Day Startup is looking for 40 entrepreneurially minded students to get together at a downtown Manhattan workspace over the course of a long weekend — …

Juniors build entrepreneurial fantasy on fantasy sports

Areas of Study, Entrepreneurship, Stories | Feb 29, 2012 |

by Elizabeth Anderson (FCRH ’13) For most college students, fantasy sports is a hobby that gets squeezed somewhere in between studying for midterm exams and grabbing a late-night slice of pizza. But for Joseph Rapolla (FCRH ’13) and Dominick Capolarello …

Diversity networking banquet: 3 days left to apply!

Featured Events | Feb 28, 2012 |

The university Career Services office has extended the deadline to apply for its annual diversity networking banquet, set for Wednesday, March 7, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the McGinley Ballroom. Interested students now have until this Friday, March 2, to …

Schools of Business officially welcome Dr. Iftekhar Hasan

Areas of Study, Event Recaps, Faculty, Finance, Stories | Feb 28, 2012 |

The following post is adapted from an Inside Fordham story by staff writer Patrick Verel. The text is reprinted here with gratitude to the university’s communications office.   In a special ceremony, Iftekhar Hasan formally took his place this month as the …

Prof. Gonzalez quoted in story on Arthur Avenue economy

Areas of Study, Faculty, Finance, Stories | Feb 28, 2012 |

The Fordham Schools of Business’ Professor Laura Gonzalez was quoted in a recent New York Daily News article about how the economy of the Eurozone — and the exchange rate of the Euro against the U.S. dollar — could affect businesses on Arthur …

Juniors in finance: Apply for the Student Managed Fund

Areas of Study, Coursework, Finance, Stories | Feb 27, 2012 |

Junior finance majors/concentrators: This is your week to put the Student Managed Investment Fund in your sights. Professor James Kelly, who advises the fund and teaches the two courses that comprise the SMIF program, is looking for 12 students to fill …


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