The St. Louis Business Journal announced its first “Inno Under 25” list of up-and-coming founders in St. Louis’ startup community.
Last fall, Howard Wood, and his wife, Marilyn, offered a challenge to Olin supporters.
“For Dad, it all started at WashU,” says Mr. Song’s daughter Jean Song. “His experience as a student there opened up his eyes to the world."
Cat litter isn’t sexy, but it can earn you some scratch—especially when you think out of the … um … box.
Aaron Powell was previously president of Kimberly-Clark Corp.’s Asia-Pacific Consumer Business, the company's largest international region with operations in more than 30 countries.
The work has led Olin’s WCC to become one of fewer than 10 programs globally to provide its entire team with this level of training.