Amy is a media relations specialist with the USC Viterbi School of Engineering; she previously held a similar position with the USC Marshall School of Law.
Stories by Amy Blumenthal:
USC Marshall study shows growth of tablets in North American market
A new study by the USC Marshall Institute for Communication Technology Management highlights the increasing penetration of tablets and smartphones in the North American market.
USC Marshall undergraduates meet Warren Buffett
In January, 20 USC Marshall School of Business undergraduates and finance professor Julia Plotts met legendary investor and philanthropist Warren E. Buffett in Omaha, Neb.
When good design makes good business
Steve Glenn, social entrepreneur and founder of LivingHomes, spoke to USC students Jan. 24 at“Lunch and Learn,” a Society and Business Lab series featuring speakers whose businesses maintain a bottom line of people, planet and profit.
USC Marshall event targets career goals
On Jan. 11, USC Marshall School of Business juniors and seniors attended an event focusing on strategies for pursuing career goals, identifying job opportunities and getting off to a successful start in full-time or summer positions.
David M. Carter delves into Money Games
David M. Carter, executive director of the USC Sports Business Institute and professor of sports business at the USC Marshall School of Business, has written a new book that analyzes the evolution of sports.
Healthy ideas at GE case competition
This past semester, three teams from the USC Marshall School of Business competed attempted to reach the final round of the 2010 GE Healthy Imagination Experienced Commercial Leadership Program Case Competition, presenting solutions for raising awareness of obesity.
What can you get with a $5 investment?
Can five dollars make a difference in someone’s life? If USC entrepreneurs are involved, the answer is yes.
Teachers for a day
It’s not unusual for MBA students to spend their mornings in a classroom talking economics. But on Oct. 1, they took it a step further – as instructors.
USC Marshall MBAs Show Military Might
When MBA students talk about getting firsthand experience in companies, it is usually in the context of private enterprise – not military units.