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Moore School Report Makes Bold Recommendations to Grow South Carolina Business

February 18, 2013

This January, the Darla Moore School’s Faber Entrepreneurship Center released its 2013 South Carolina Capital Markets Study, which makes bold recommendations for how to increase capital to grow the state’s entrepreneurial economy.

Frank Dalton, BS ’78, Funds Southeastern Businesses

February 14, 2013

South Carolina’s sunny spring weather and a good referral were what lured Frank X. Dalton to attend the University of South Carolina in the mid-‘70s, but his admiration for the Darla Moore School of Business , Gamecock football, and the Vista is what keeps him connected.

Moore School holds 'Topping Out'

February 05, 2013

A 28-foot beam weighing more than 1,000 pounds was raised into place on the new Darla Moore School of Business Monday (Feb. 4), signifying that the apex of the University of South Carolina’s most ambitious construction project has been reached.

Know Your G-Cred? How to Assess, Protect and Monitor Your Online Reputation

February 04, 2013

If you’re under consideration by potential business partners, clients, employers or even your high school reunion committee, it’s a safe bet that someone will do a web search on your name.

Moore School Entrepreneurship and Finance Lessons Put to Use Saving Lives

February 04, 2013

The Watsi website describes IMBA student Howard Glenn as someone who “knows his way around a spreadsheet and has a knack for turning dreams into numbers.” Those skills are tested every day in his job as co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of this start-up charity. Watsi, the brainchild of co-founder Chase Adam, provides critical medical treatments for people living in poverty in the third world.

Moore School launches S.C. Tax Tool

January 31, 2013

Moore School researchers have created an in-line tool to calculate the impact that changes in tax laws can have on South Carolina revenues.

Gift from software giant SAS seeds Moore School's new analytics initiative

January 23, 2013

A generous gift from N.C.-based SAS is helping the Moore School launch an analytics institute that will prepare USC students for the wide range of jobs experts expect to be available in analytics across a number of industry sectors.

Folks Fellowship, Endowed by MIBS Class of 1977, is Awarded to First Recipient

January 08, 2013

This year the Folks - MIBS ’77 Fellowship was awarded to its first recipient, second-year IMBA student Caroline Osborne, an Augusta, Georgia native with prior experience working for Coca-Cola and the European PGA who is on the Portuguese track.

Walmart’s sustainability strategy leads to B-school teaching

December 18, 2012

In 2005 Walmart made history when then-CEO Lee Scott announced a bold sustainability strategy that would impact every aspect of its business. Along the way business researchers from the University of South Carolina and the University of Arkansas were given unprecedented access to study the process.

USC Economists Forecast Stable Growth Pending a Fiscal Cliff Resolution

December 12, 2012

South Carolinians can expect more stable growth across a broader array of industries in 2013 if Washington strikes a deal and averts the fiscal cliff, say University of South Carolina economists. The growth would mean more jobs and greater income for the state’s residents.