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Philanthropic and business leader R. Kirk Landon, president of The Kirk Foundation, will receive the 2014 Lifetime  Achievement Award at the Florida International University (FIU) College of Business’ 15th annual Hall of Fame awards.
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Budding financial analysts put their knowledge into practice.

Budding financial analysts put their knowledge into practice.

At no time in recent history has prudent investing been more important. A group of students in the College of Business Administration will try their hand at the process using real money—thanks to generous donors—and …

Two student organizations host Red Tie fundraiser benefiting Better Way of Miami.

Two student organizations host Red Tie fundraiser benefiting Better Way of Miami.

Not all good ideas arise in a moment of inspiration. Some evolve, eventually yielding satisfaction as rewarding as the ones that take off from the outset.
One such evolving event involved Future Business Leaders of America-Phi …

Michael Fenton (BBA ’07)

Michael Fenton (BBA ’07)
Associate Director
Catholic Community Foundation in the Archdiocese of Miami, Inc.
Michael Fenton (BBA ’07), associate director, Catholic Community Foundation in the Archdiocese of Miami, Inc., traces much of his professional success to his …

FIU’s Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame Masquerade Soirée and Silent Auction approaches.

Celebrate ten years of entrepreneurship with the College of Business Administration together with its title sponsor, SunTrust Bank, on May 16, 2009 at the spectacular, newly renovated Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel. The Ten-Year Anniversary Masquerade …

Alumni Notes

Michelle Martin (MIS ’02) is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS) and founding co-chair of the ACAMS South Florida Chapter. She began her career in public accounting as an auditor with KPMG, LLP for two …

In Memoriam

John E. Lewis, the founding dean of the college, died on January 24, 2009. Appointed dean of the School of Business and Organizational Sciences on September 18, 1970, he served until 1972. He developed …

Digging Deep

Digging Deep

Latin America is not immune to the economic downturn, but, says Jude Webber, with more stable governments and encouragement of foreign investment, the region is perhaps better positioned to deal with it than ever before.
Worried …

Program brings supply chain management learnings to life.

Program brings supply chain management learnings to life.

Did you purchase anything today? If so, you played your part in the supply chain—knowingly or not. The truth is, the supply chain operates all around us, day in and day out.
And in these challenging …

Scholarships give worthy graduate students access to education they deserve.

Scholarships give worthy graduate students access to education they deserve.

Students at all levels of higher education find themselves confronting a difficult paradox. On the one hand, they know that a first-rate education will open career opportunities that will increase their chances for financial security …

Two faculty members organize Professional Development in International Business (PDIB) program in India.

Two faculty members organize Professional Development in International Business (PDIB) program in India.

Prior to the U.S. presidential inauguration, the College of Business Administration, through its Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), had an inaugural event of its own: the first Professional Development in International Business …

Coping with challenging economic times: women leaders offer tips to their peers.

Coping with challenging economic times: women leaders offer tips to their peers.

No one is saying that getting through our current economic situation will be easy. On the contrary, the consensus is that daunting challenges await us. On January 21, 2009, nearly forty women welcomed pragmatic suggestions …