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Art Entrepreneurship: Showing you Care

What status is art at this time? Is it being held in high regard throughout the country? Is it as important as it should be? Art entrepreneurship is a lucrative business proposition for the artist and the business person. But, where do you take it? Where can it go? The wave of the future is in art workshop centers and you can take it virtually anywhere.

When times get tough throughout the world, people are in distress over wars, hurricanes, destruction and chaos. What do they turn to for their relief? Art is always the answer. Whether an artist composes a song, writes a book or paints a painting, artistic expression is the balm that soothes all ailments. As an entrepreneur, you can care and you can show that you care. An art workshop center is exactly what your community needs.

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Graduate Entrepreneurship: Where where meat is fall – students, business – Lighting Industry

Haiyan Huang Xiaohua currently a major agricultural product processing enterprises. He said that work here, are not only financial rewards, there are all kinds of experience, once more venture capital, he will once again embark on his own.

[HC Lighting Net] "Where I'm going where the meat is falling. I will start again, but will not blindly imitate someone else." Experienced a business setback for Huang Xiaohua told reporters yesterday, his voice much more mature. Read the rest of this entry »

Ethical Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach

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This widely used business ethics book begins by introducing students/readers to moral reasoning. A collection of readings and cases from both philosophical literature and business articles apply ethical theory to real-life business situations. Well-known scandals involving companies like Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, Merrill Lynch, and Parmalat have increased public awareness of business ethics, underscored its importance, and ushered in a new era of increased corporate regulation and governance.

Now, more than ever, a student planning on entering the business world, and anyone working for a corporation, investing in stock, or even interacting with businesses will benefit from a basic understanding of business ethics.

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Olin Business School students learn entrepreneurship by working abroad

Entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon and to prove it 11 Olin Business School students traveled to Hungary in May to work with start-up companies in Budapest.

The trip is an integral part of Clifford Holekamp's course, "Danube Venture Consulting Program" which was offered for the second time this year. Holekamp is a senior lecturer in entrepreneurship at Olin and initiated the consulting project with a private equity firm in Hungary.

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