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Feb 26, 2017
World Class Faculty & Research

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Feb 24, 2017
World Class Faculty & Research

<p><img src="http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/files/auto-vw-vw-bus-vehicle-163711.jpeg" width="200" height="100" style="float: left; margin-right: 10px;" />Can Volkswagen’s recently announced $2 billion spending plan on zero emission and electric vehicles be a tipping point for the U.S. electric car economy? No, says Smith School management professor <strong>David A. Kirsch</strong>. “It’s a little bit wishful thinking,” he tells Marketplace radio. “This is an incremental advance in the long-term process.” Here's what it might mean.

Feb 23, 2017
World Class Faculty & Research

The Smith School's world-class faculty are routinely quoted in leading business and other media, while Smith's innovative programs and research projects also receive attention.

Feb 22, 2017
World Class Faculty & Research

After a brief courtship with Unilever and an amicable parting of ways, Kraft Heinz might soon find there are other fish in the sea. Less than 48 hours after Kraft Heinz' $143 billion bid for the Anglo-Dutch consumer giant was disclosed, the two sides professed their "high regard" for one another and said they'd go their separate ways. With Unilever seemingly out of the picture, Smith School clinical professor David Kass

Feb 22, 2017
World Class Faculty & Research

How close are the Fortune 500 companies to achieving gender equality on their corporate boards? They've got a long way to go, baby. The boardrooms of the Fortune 500 companies, which represent two-thirds of U.S. GDP, continue to be overwhelmingly male, with women holding only 20 percent of all board seats, according to a new report. Scholars tend to blame the gap on some combination of two factors: Workplace biases or individual

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