Aberdeen Business Degree From School
Independent Director Business Editors/Software Writers (INO News)
(AP:HOUSTON--) (business WIRE) _ Aug. 25, 2008--PROS Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PRO), a leading provider of pricing and revenue optimization science and software, announced today that Mrs. Ellen Keszler has joined its board of directors, effective August 21, 2008. Mrs. Keszler will also serve as a member of the Audit and the Nominating and Governance Committees.
Business berates Labour on ?big issues? (Financial Times)
Anyone who doubts the degree of business disillusionment with Labour should visit the Institute of Directors? palatial headquarters on London?s Pall Mall.
Germany provides master?s degree scholarships at University of Potsdam (Moldova.org)
The University of Potsdam, Germany, offers the Moldovan young people the possibility of applying for 13 scholarships for master?s degree programs in the area of public management and global public policies. According to the Ministry of Education and Youth of Moldova, the mentioned programs apply to graduates in economics, business management, social sciences or in other relevant fields. Among ...
Clark County business briefing (The Columbian)
People in business Anna Harshfield is the new marketing coordinator for McDonald?s restaurants in Clark County and Kelso. Harshfield graduated with a degree in mark...
WFU ready to launch its bioethics master's degree (BizJournals)
More than two years after it was first announced, Wake Forest University is ready to launch its master's degree in bioethics.
Hamlin makes business case for quality (BizJournals)
In many ways, Scott Hamlin?s passion for providing quality care for children has defined his job as chief financial officer at Cincinnati Children?s Hospital Medical Center. He?s nationally known for his advancement of the position that the highest quality health care is not only best for patients, but it?s also the most cost-effective way to do business.
The Hispanic Business 500: Tough Economy Challenges Hispanic-Owned Firms (HispanicBusiness.com)
No Related Stories at this time! The Hispanic Business 500 have endured turbulent economic times before, but market conditions proved especially bearish for U.S. Hispanic companies in 2007. Revenues for this year's HB 500 slid backwards 0.6 percent to $36.1 billion.
AUT student at Harvard Asian business forum (The New Zealand Herald)
Business student Michael Teoh represented the Auckland University of Technology at a Harvard University conference in Malaysia earlier this month. The conference, the university's largest outside America, was part of the 2008 Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations.
He struggles to walk, yet marches toward degree (Daily Record)
FLORHAM PARK -- Even though a doctor told David Storicks it might be years until he walked again after a motorcycle crash shattered his leg, the 23-year-old master's degree candidate walked across the College at Florham campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University on Sunday as freshmen moved into their dorms.
Business people (Anchorage Daily News)
Krista Phillips is RIM Architects' newest principal. Phillips joined RIM in 2005, becoming an associate in 2006. She received a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Kentucky and a master's in architecture from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Phillips oversees project management, project staffing and serves as RIM's human resources principal.