Minority Business News
Have you ever wondered why government agencies engage in costly and inefficient public contracts? Political economist Pablo Spiller found that a fundamental difference between public and private contracting is the potential scrutiny of public contracts by opportunistic third parties. Understanding the risk associated with this scrutiny, according to Spiller’s latest research, is the first step toward improved regulation, efficiency, and reduced costs.
The Business Department at Misericordia University has launched a new professional organization on campus to help students be better prepared for a career as a business professional. The Business Professional Association (BPA) at Misericordia University will provide experiences, information, and programs to promote business as a profession and will help serve as a bridge from the student’s university experience to the business world.
You are cordially invited to attend the Third Annual Women of Color Conference October 9th & 10th, 2009 at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia! The Third Annual Women of Color Conference will provide a space for women of color and allies to come together, learn about various social justice issues, and strategize for action as part of a larger movement for justice and equality.
- Minority groups' share of $10 trillion U.S. consumer market is growing steadily
- What Do You Need to Be an Entrepreneur?
- African Americans Lost Ground on Fortune 500 Boards
- 23 Student Entrepreneur Teams Grow Businesses In Babson College Summer Venture Program
- Economic Crisis Highlights Risk Management’s Importance to Lifespan of a Business
- New Report Details Experience of Minority Women in the Subprime Lending Market and Disparate Treatment by Race