My name is Patrick Van Brunt and I’m a 2nd year MBA concentrating in marketing and strategic management. I’d like to take this opportunity to write about how the project we did last semester for our European trip has already helped me in my day-to-day life. When my team first […]
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(Above picture (from right): CFO of Fortune 500, Texas-based Susser Holdings (NYSE: SUSS), Mary Sullivan, and Jordan Dorenfeld, Tulane MBA Student, Class of 2014) Series: “2nd Year MBAs Talk About Their Summer Internships” MBA Student: Jordan Dorenfeld (Cal Poly, B.S. Accounting ’09) Concentration: Finance, Strategic Management, Energy Year: 2nd Year […]
I recently got to spend time with some accepted students for the class of 2015 and some who were just in the process of applying to the Freeman school of business. I always enjoy meeting potential students because it is fun to see where people are coming from and to […]
The Graduate Business Council (GBC), of which all graduate business students are members, serves the academic, professional, and personal interests of its membership. The group facilitates interaction and communication among the student body, the administration, the faculty, and the Tulane community. GBC accomplishes its mission by marketing its students, […]
Link: Burkenroad Fund in the News New Orleans City Business profiles the Freeman School’s Burkenroad Reports program.
Guest post from Scott Gerdes, MBA2. Final deliberations in which the Darwin Fenner research analysts decide on how to allocate roughly $2 million are drawing near. Armed with classic and even some more recent, unpublished journal articles, the sector teams are dwindling down the stocks in the S&P 400 and […]
Today’s guest post comes from Alexandra Thurber, MBA 2. Burkenroad Reports is a course in equity analysis. Students are divided into teams of 3-5 and follow one public company throughout the semester. For the most part, we follow small cap companies headquartered in the Southeastern United States. The companies span […]
I understand that I expose myself as both a nerd and a pre B-school “non-finance” person when I say this, but up until just a few weeks ago, my knowledge of derivatives came mostly from listening to This American Life’s Planet Money episodes about the recent economic downturn. Then came […]
Yesterday, millions of people were exposed to Tulane and the Freeman School on CNBC thanks to Jim Cramer’s “Mad Money.” The stock-picking show made a stop on our campus as a part of Mad Money’s Back to School Tour. A few weeks ago, the show emailed students asking for a […]
The following guest post is from incoming Graduate Business Council President Ian Jones who is wrapping up an internship with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in New York City. —— There are few places that can match the energy and beauty of New York City. I have been […]