At its peak during the 1980s, the master limited partnership was the organizational choice of over 100 firms from a variety of industries.
Judy Olian, Dean of Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration, was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the International Association for Management Education (AACSB).
Charles Cao of Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration has been appointed to the editorial board of two research journals.
There are two ways to buy a large percentage block of stock-either buy it from another shareholder in a block trade or directly from the corporation in a private placement. Given that a buyer ends up with a large fractional block of stock after both transactions, the per-share premium or discount to the exchange price should be similar. But this is not the case.
Two doctoral students in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration are receiving awards from the College for their research on e-business.
Listed companies may want to push for automated trading of their shares as soon as possible. A new study co-authored by Ian Domowitz of Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration suggests automated trading would make it much cheaper for companies to raise fresh capital.
An associate professor of management in Penn State's Smeal College of Business has been appointed as associate editor to one of the top empirical journals in the management field.
The Minority MBA Association in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration is hosting "Diversity Appreciation Weekend 2001."
Pennsylvanians currently enjoy an incredible degree of mobility and it is also clear that mobility demands will increase over the next 25 years because of changing demographics, lifestyles, and ways of doing business.
A team of undergraduates in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration took first place in the Marshall International Case Competition, finishing ahead of teams representing 18 other top business schools from around the world.
The Smeal College of Business Administration has named Dr. Christopher von Schirach-Szmigiel as Associate Dean for Executive Education.
Frederick T. Houlihan is has been named as the Associate Director of Information Systems and Operations for Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration.
Doris J. Bickle of the Smeal College of Business Administration retired effective January 1 after 35 years of service to Penn State.
More than 80 undergraduate and graduate students in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration will learn the dos and don'ts of dining etiquette at the upcoming "Dining Etiquette Seminar."
The potential role of the Internet in recruiting, training, educating, developing, leading, and earning a return on investment in people are just beginning to emerge. But even in its infancy, the e-world holds great promise for enhancing the art and science of people management.
In sharp contrast to equity market makers, government bond market makers realize positive positioning revenues.
The new economy is changing how business is conducted, and it will change how to recruit, select, develop, retain, and compensate the knowledge workers leading corporations into the future.
The political and economic upheaval throughout Central and Eastern Europe since 1989 has brought a magnitude of changes, which were virtually unforeseen and unpredictable only a few years ago. And property rights disputes are no exception.
Students in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration will have an opportunity to get candid career advice from successful alumni during "Student Mentoring Day."
The Smeal College of Business Administration is recognizing some members of its faculty and staff for their efforts in teaching and advising at an upcoming award ceremony.
John W. Bagby of Penn State's Smeal College of Business will be among a panel of experts discussing how to use new technological devices to improve the abilities of drivers to focus on safe driving.
A professor in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration has been named to The Nasdaq Economic Advisory Board (EAB).
Bedside manner" does make a difference in how men and women feel about their relationship with their physician.
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards® are the "Female Super Bowl" for advertisers, say marketing professors in Penn State's Smeal College of Business Administration.
A 1986 study co-authored by two Penn State marketing professors was named as one of the most influential sales articles of the century.