Building blockchain curriculum
International Business Center granted $3.3 million
Bosses can't handle email disruptions
Facebook's political transition
Fighting China's trade pirates
Putting a glove over the invisible hand
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MSU launches blockchain course
MSU is the first university in Michigan to office a course in blockchain, the digital open-ledger system behind the success of Bitcoin.
$3.3 million grant to advance MSU’s global business expertise
The U.S. Department of Education awarded $3.3 million in grants and matching funds to MSU's International Business Center.
Is email evil? Bosses are getting boxed in by their inbox
New MSU research shows that bosses struggle, like the rest of us, to keep up with email demands. What makes managers unique is that email traffic prevents them from being effective leaders and threatens employee performance.View story photos
Alumnus makes largest single gift in MSU history
MSU announced a historic $30 million gift from alumnus and real estate developer Edward J. Minskoff toward completion of the Business Pavilion at the Eli Broad College of Business.View story photos
Facebook transitions from an open platform to a responsible public utility
Gone are the days of Facebook's role as a social media platform. In the wake of privacy and "fake news" accusations, MSU professor of information systems Anjana Susarla says that Facebook is now becoming a responsible public utility.
The ‘invisible hand’ doesn’t control markets
New socioeconomic research from MSU found a market disruptor has turned the "invisible hand" theory on its head.
Sue Selke and alumna Kristine Haugaard: Moving rockets
Kristine Haugaard has one of the coolest packaging careers I could imagine. More than half of all packaging graduates come from MSU, but how many of them can say they package rockets?View story photos
Annual workshop teaches Native American high schoolers skills for success
The Eli Broad College of Business hosted the annual Native American Business Institute, or NABI, a pre-college summer program for Native American high school students.View story photos
Tariffs are the wrong weapon in fight against China's 'pirates' – here's the right one
Accoring to College of Law's Sean Pager, the Trump administration’s face-off against China over intellectual property rights is a battle worth fighting. Unfortunately, the White House has chosen the wrong weapon: tariffs.
MSU student earns prestigious Statler Foundation Scholarship
Maeve Geary, a senior hospitality business student , earned the Statler Foundation Scholarship of Excellence. This is the seventh consecutive year that the Statler Foundation has recognized an MSU student as the recipient.View story photos