ASU announces new Loui Olivas Chair in Management

The chair is the first named after a Latino professor at a top-ranked US business school.

ASU professor Loui Olivas mentored thousands of students. Now he's being honored

Professor Olivas is the first Latino at a U.S. Business school to be honored with an endowed academic chair in his name.

W. P. Carey launches new undergraduate program for entrepreneurial-minded students

The new Bachelor of Arts in entrepreneurial leadership at W. P. Carey aims to develop business leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset for creating new ventures and overseeing small- and medium-sized businesses through unique coursework, internship opportunities, and a world-class faculty.

New applied business degree helps students develop practical business skills

The new Bachelor of Arts (BA) in applied business and technology solutions from W. P. Carey is the perfect option for workplace learners looking for continuing education within business.

ASU launches new W. P. Carey School of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (TIE)

The school is an investment in the West Valley community, says W. P. Carey Dean Ohad Kadan.

ASU launches new W. P. Carey School of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

The new business school unit is a key part of ASU’s West Valley Forward initiative.

Celebrating Women's HERstory Month with Hilla Sferruzza

Women can build each other up by sharing their stories of success and failure, Sferruzza says.

Multifamily brokerage provides rewarding career in real estate

Carson Griesemer (BA Business Sustainability ’18) followed his passion for entrepreneurship, learning not every business venture pans out. Thanks to ASU connections, he's found success in commercial real estate.

ASU finds a new b-school dean at Washington University

Arizona State University today (Nov. 15) announced that Ohad Kadan would become the new dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business, effective July 1, 2022.

Employee performance: Sharing it may boost motivation

According to research conducted by Associate Professor of Accountancy Pablo Casas-Arce, the words, “You can do better,” affects employees.