Webster Business Faculty Featured in NPR Marketplace
As disgraced financier Bernard Madoff remains on house arrest for allegedly building a $50 billion Ponzi scheme, investors all over the country are asking how the money manager got away with a hoax that has cost so many people so many millions of dollars. NPR's nationally broadcast show Marketplace went to Webster accounting expert Rich Dippel to get the answers.
Click here to hear Mr. Dippel’s interview.
Webster Undergrad Selected for Special Visiting Student Program at Harvard
Cecilia Liu graduates next May. And along with degrees in finance and religious studies from Webster's School of Business & Technology, the senior will take with her credits earned in the Ivy League. Ms. Liu has been selected to spend a term studying at Harvard College through the institution's Visiting Undergraduate Student Program. This prestigious program allows students with strong academic and personal records to enhance their education through additional courses only offered at Harvard. Ms. Liu's record of excellence in finance and her diverse interests prompted Professor David Porras to recommend her for the program
Author Shares Secrets to the Power of Play with Webster’s Biz Talk Book Club
Known for his energy, wit and humor, author Kevin Carroll can now be acknowledged for bringing fun back to the daily grind of the 9-5. Mr. Carroll’s new book, The Red Rubber Ball at Work, is a pocket-size guide to bringing play back into your day to better your life and your business. Dean Akande spoke to Mr. Carroll exclusively for the Webster Biz Talk Book Club on his latest best seller.
Click here to read Dean Akande’s review of The Red Rubber Ball at Work.