Stories by LeRoy Hudson:
Some People Are Up to Old Tricks
Offensive language undercuts workers and companies and can harm the workplace, says a USC Marshall professor.
Looking at the Millennial Generation
Americans born between 1983 and 2003 are the subjects of a meeting at the Davidson Conference Center.
Go Ahead, Plug the Competition
USC Marshall study finds that tying a new product to others is key to the development of emerging markets.
Senator to Speak at USC Marshall Event
Business Leaders to Attend Summit
Mattel CEO Robert Eckert and Capital Research executive Paul Haaga are keynote speakers at the two-day event co-sponsored by USC Marshall.
‘Click Fraud’ a Legitimate Concern
USC Marshall study suggests that advertisers create third-party groups to look at online actions that increase a Web site’s search-advertising revenues.
Sports Business Institute Kicks Off Study
The institute’s comprehensive research project will examine the convergence of sports, business and entertainment.
USC Marshall Center Becomes Institute
Three Major Donations Launch Trust Program
IRS ruling opens new shared-investment opportunity for USC Marshall supporters.
Business Programs Get Top Rankings
USC Marshall to Reward Innovative Plans
Jobs Wanted � and Taken � by USC MBAs
Hiring rates continue to climb under the USC Marshall School’s new Career Resource Center approach.
Greif Center Program Takes No. 1 Ranking
Sports Institute to Tackle Rose Bowl Impact
USC Marshall unit will team with Ernst & Young to study effects of the New Year’s parade and game on the region’s economy.
Former SEC Chief Economist Joins USC
Expert in securities markets will direct the USC Marshall Center for Investment Studies.
Edward Lawler Wins Top Research Award
USC Marshall School of Business professor is the first to win the Academy of Management’s two highest honors.
Getting Down to Business Basics
A weeklong USC leadership camp trains high school students with an interest in finance and accounting careers.
Grant-Writing Project Helps Local School
USC Marshall students earn nearly $7,000 in corporate grants for a Los Angeles elementary school.
USC Marshall MBAs Graduate With Jobs
The school’s Career Resource Center takes a strategic approach to helping MBA students secure a job before or shortly after graduating.
Marketers Rev Their Creative Engines
For the second year, USC Marshall School of Business students create a real campaign for Subaru.