Professor Linda V. Green contends that the primary evidence used by the commission is an overly simplistic and potentially dangerous “ideal hospital occupancy rate”
When Carlos Ghosn became CEO of Nissan in 1999, he vowed to return the Japanese manufacturer to profitable status within two years or resign. Within months, Ghosn cut thousands of jobs and began to reorganize the company’s product lineup.
Corporate executives, alumni, faculty members and current and prospective students convened last week for the Black Business Students Association’s (BBSA) 25th annual conference, “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants.”
Prominent investors, faculty members and students gathered at the Marriott Marquis Times Square for the 16th Annual Graham & Dodd Breakfast last week. Tom Russo delivered the keynote address.