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Business Professor: Some Local Job Losses Due to OneMain Buyout

Business Professor: Some Local Job Losses Due to OneMain Buyout

March 4, 2015

The announced selling of local financial services firm OneMain Financial Holdings will likely mean some job losses in the area, according to the University of Baltimore's Steve Isberg, associate professor in the Merrick School of Business. But the sale is simply part of a growing trend of automation in the financial services industry, he tells The Baltimore Sun, and a standard move to grow market share in a competitive field.

UB's Philippines Empowerment Project Leads to Art Show, Student Travel

UB's Philippines Empowerment Project Leads to Art Show, Student Travel

February 26, 2015

A joint project by the University of Baltimore and a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and their families in the effort to overcome global poverty has resulted in an exhibition, "Artists of the Visayas: Enable a Woman—Change the Future," opening on March 1 at the World Trade Center in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Future plans include student travel to the islands.

Business Student's App Helps with a College Essential: Selling Your Stuff

Business Student's App Helps with a College Essential: Selling Your Stuff

February 12, 2015

A student in the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business is making waves with his new app that helps students deal with one of the big headaches in life: safely, securely selling the things you don't need.

Online MBA Receives National Ranking in U.S. News

Online MBA Receives National Ranking in U.S. News

January 13, 2015

The online version of the UB/Towson MBA - now entering its second semester of operation after last fall's launch of a revised curriculum and a redesigned approach to course delivery - has been ranked #62 nationally by U.S. News & World Report in its 2015 Best Online MBA Programs evaluation. It is the only online MBA in Maryland to receive a ranking.

Accounting Professor Co-Authors Study of Corporate Disclosures of Audit Fees

Accounting Professor Co-Authors Study of Corporate Disclosures of Audit Fees

December 5, 2014

A study co-authored by the University of Baltimore's Mikhail Pevzner, associate professor in the Merrick School of Business, determines that speeding up the process through which corporations must disclose auditing fees could alert investors to possible problems with a company's accounting practices.

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