Conscious Capitalism Conference on March 7

Feb. 29, 2012

Third Annual Conscious Capitalism Conference at CU-Boulder Business leaders speak to college students about corporate social responsibility and how the traditional tools of capitalism can serve social needs February 29, 2012, BOULDER, Colo. --- Ushering in a new era of corporate responsibility, business entrepreneurs are challenging college students to develop...

Secrets of Success’ – University Parent Media

Feb. 23, 2012

BOULDER, Colo. — Today’s installment of “Secrets of Success” is about a young woman who came to Boulder to go to CU, but eventually made the university the first of many of her clients. Sarah Schupp was thinking about going into the corporate world, but in her junior year she...

When Tools Become Channels: Rethinking Local Promotion Distribution

Feb. 22, 2012

Perry Evans is the founder & CEO of Closely, Inc. a Colorado-based start-up focused on reinventing small business promotion marketing for today’s live, mobile social world. Perry has led the formation and development of several local media and technology businesses over the past 15 years, including MapQuest, Jabber and Local...

Free Tax Help Offered by Leeds School Students

Jan. 24, 2012

The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder is offering free tax help to taxpayers who qualify. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) is an IRS-sponsored program that provides free tax return preparation services to low and moderate income taxpayers (generally $50,000 and below). This is the third...

Alumna Kathryn Marshall Named New Colorado State Director of March of Dimes

Jan. 23, 2012

Accomplished business executive brings passion, experience and personal connection to the mission DENVER, Colo. – The March of Dimes today announced it has appointed Kathryn Marshall as its new state director for Colorado. Marshall (a longtime Boulder resident and University of Colorado alum) most recently served as the chair of...

Dangers of Online Dating

Jan. 12, 2012

According to Associate Professor Kai Larsen, when this information is not removed by the dating website, it is very easy to access that information using commonly available tools. "I think you go to these online sites with a sense of anonymity where you don't want people to know where you...

Some Dating Websites Do Not Remove GPS Data from Photos, Student Research Finds

Jan. 12, 2012

SOME DATING WEBSITES DO NOT REMOVE GPS DATA FROM PHOTOS,CU-BOULDER STUDENTS FIND While the majority of dating websites do a good job of managing the privacy of their users, a class research project at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business found that 21 of 90 dating websites...

Occupy Our Business Schools

Jan. 11, 2012

Once you make ethics and social impact considerations part of how every aspect of business is done, you need to show and practice how all the pieces fit together. Create interactions with corporate executives in which multiple business disciplines plus ethics all come together in one messy ball—because that’s what...

Net Impact MBA Chapter Earns Gold Recognition

May 26, 2011

The Net Impact MBA chapter, a part of the Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR), at the Leeds School of Business has been recognized as a Gold Chapter by Net Impact Central for its ongoing efforts to bring an array of engaging opportunities for students to take advantage of...

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