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29 March 2018

Life lessons from finishing an MBA

Dr Kim Johnstone, UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship recipient and graduate of the University of Sydney Business School MBA, gives her advice on getting the most out of the program.
28 March 2018

Business School team takes first place in international finance competition

A team of the Business School’s top undergraduate students has won a prestigious international women’s finance competition in Virginia.
26 March 2018

The impact of new technologies on insider trading

New technologies are having a big impact on insider trading, with implications for all companies and regulators.
21 March 2018

Adelaide takes lead on autonomous tech

Adelaide has the chance to become a world leader with autonomous vehicles, but probably not in the area that is attracting the most attention, writes David Brown.
14 March 2018

The value of perspective

In December 2017, James Watson, Liana Peter, Tony Sinclair and Matthew Ting represented the University of Sydney Business School in the AGSM case competition, competing against 11 international teams. They reflect on their experience and what they learnt along the way.
12 March 2018

We are one, but we are many

By Katie Moore, current University of Sydney Business School MBA student and UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship recipient.
08 March 2018

Bridging the gap between corporates and Indigenous organisations

The recipient of the Business School’s inaugural Indigenous Leaders MBA Scholarship has been praised for her work with small Indigenous organisations by the scholarship’s founder and CEO of Food Ladder, Kelly McJannett.
05 March 2018

Is it a bus? Is it a train? Notes on transport naming

Around the world, transport-naming conventions can be deeply connected to culture and place – and confuse the casual visitor. Yale Wong elaborates.