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David Tepper's speaking at a CMU event in #SanFrancisco. Alumni & friends enjoy the ride! #integratedintelligence http://t.co/R3vTYk18f9
MT @CMU_CIE:Glad to have Frank Demmler @iwpgh/@teppercmu adjunct at CMU for CONNECTS event:"Splitting the Equity Pie" pic.twitter.com/hpeeOVMqy0
Part-Time on-campus & online hybrid MBA event for prospective students Mon. 3/2 5:30p. at Olive or Twist register: http://t.co/6reqwtJxhn
Tepper School grad Bobbie Rhoads (MBA '93) gets an investment for her company FunBites on "Shark Tank" - husband an alum Ed Rhoads (E '85, MBA '93)...
Best wishes to participants in today's Final Round of the McGinnins Venture Competition! Thanks to sponsors founder.org and innovation works for...
Mike Trick, senior associate dean of faculty and research, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research, is featured in today's...
Marc Onetto, MSIA ’75, recipient of the Tepper School Alumni Achievement Award, was the keynote speaker at the Welcome & Awards Ceremony held August...
On November 12, Tepper School of Business students enjoyed the entertaining wit and wisdom of distinguished guest Erroll B. Davis, Jr., BS/CIT ’65,...
Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 1 of 3.
Moneythink Connects Business Majors With Students Across Campus To Explain Personal Finance At High Schools
All Staff Meeting - - Mellon Auditorium
2014 Gifts To Support Welcome Center, Tepper Quad