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Olin College of Engineering’s Stephen Hannabury Named Distinguished Business Officer of the Year by National Association of College and University Business Officers

Hannabury is currently the Executive Vice President at Olin College of Engineering and was one of the founding leaders of the college.

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SCIEX Announces the First FDA-Cleared Vitamin D Assay Kit for Mass Spectrometry

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SCIEX Diagnostics, the in vitro diagnostics division of SCIEX, a global leader in mass spectrometry in the life sciences industry, announced today the first and only FDA-cleared (via the de novo pathway) LC-MS based Vitamin D assay kit, the Vitamin D 200M Assay, exclusively for the SCIEX Topaz™ System

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First Fully Integrated LC-MS System for Clinical Diagnostics Announce by SCIEX

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SCIEX Diagnostics, the in vitro diagnostics division of SCIEX, a global leader in mass spectrometry in the life sciences industry, announced today the launch of the first fully integrated LC-MS system for clinical diagnostics, the SCIEX Topaz™ System.

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UT Austin Launches Premier Business Plan Competition for Undergraduates

UT Austin is launching its first-ever statewide business plan competition designed for undergraduates. The competition is open to undergraduate students across the state of Texas and will be held at UT Austin on October 28, 2017.

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Unclear CEO Expectations Often Lead Chief Marketing Officers Toward Revolving Door

Chief marketing officers frequently suffer from having poorly designed jobs, accounting for why they have the highest rate of turnover among all roles in the C-suite.

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Facebook Town Hall: Lets Talk About S&T's Free Virtual Training for Active Shooter Response

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Our EDGE First Responder Facebook Town Hall will take place on August 14 from 1:00 to 2:00 EDT. Follow http://www.facebook.com/dhsscitech for more details!

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Biomatrica CE-IVD Marks Blood and Saliva Collection Tubes for Molecular Diagnostics

San Diego biotech announces CE-IVD marking of blood and saliva collection tubes for molecular diagnostics

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Managers Often Fail to Use or Understand Their Own Data on Customer Satisfaction

Despite the millions companies spend to gather information about customer satisfaction, senior managers often fail to understand those customers' expectations. Neil A. Morgan, professor and PetSmart Distinguished Chair of Marketing at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, and four co-authors of a recent journal article present a huge disconnect between managers and customers in terms of understanding what drives customer satisfaction and loyalty.

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New UCI Study Explains Why Some “Tarnished” CEOs Get the Boot, While Others Don’t

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A new study from the University of California, Irvine finds that when it comes to dismissing CEOs, corporate board evaluations of tarnished CEOs are murky. Personal perceptions and media attention may factor into board decisions and a CEO’s fate.

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Harry M. Markowitz, Rady School Of Management, Uc San Diego, University of California at San Diego, Rady School, Portfolio Theory, Nobel Laureate

Nobel Laureate Harry Markowitz Commits $4 Million Legacy Gift to UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management

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Nobel Laureate Harry Markowitz commits $4 million legacy gift to the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego.







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