In a dramatic shift, America’s top CEOs last week said companies have a responsibility to society at large. “This is a huge statement from one of the most influential groups in American business,” said Stuart Bunderson, Olin’s director of the
Ja Song, who was a student on the vanguard of WashU’s earliest links with Korea and rose to become president of one of its top universities, died on August 22.
Meet the new faculty members joining (or who have already joined) WashU Olin Business School for the current academic year.
Part of a series of Q&As with Olin alumni. Today we hear from Elisabeth Conrad, MBA ’16. Elisabeth has been with Anheuser-Busch InBev in New York City since her graduation. What are you doing for work now, and how did
Businesses can have a higher purpose. More than that, they should, finds research by WashU Olin’s Anjan Thakor and the University of Michigan’s Robert E. Quinn.
CEL practicum participants Katrina Wu, MSCA ’19, Phoebe Do, MBA ’20, and Yukti Malhotra, MBA ’19 contributed this post on behalf of Olin’s Center for Experiential Learning. Direct Supply, the nation’s leading provider of equipment, e-commerce, and service solutions for