Two teams of undergraduates will be part of a Booth competition of start-ups that address social issues in innovative ways.
The undergraduate start-up will soon expand to Northwestern and Cornell.
Governor Quinn and President Zimmer spoke at the reception for the fourth annual Business Diversity Symposium.
The new company has four locations on campus that provide free printing with advertisements.
The Destiny Speakers Bureau brings talks of how to turn ideas into action.
CrowdCoin won U of C’s innovation competition with a plan to increase charitable donations as people check out of stores.
The Founder of Clif Bar likens his company endeavors to his long bicycle adventures.
Author Jane Hyun discusses ways to break through the barriers facing Asians in the American business world.
Already seasoned University graduate will contribute business expertise and contacts to Law School faculty.
Financier and industrialist alum discusses new novel based off of his life in foreign investment.
From documents like Chicago’s “3 Simple Steps to Obtain a Business License” (which actually lists 10 not-so-simple steps) to maneuvering through eight different city, state, and federal agencies, Grey City traces the paths of several successful small businesses in Hyde Park.
Two local small business owners claim that University-sponsored construction projects on 53rd Street have hurt their sales.
The announcement that Whole Foods will make its mark in Hyde Park in 2014 has community members talking about its place in the neighborhood.
The four-year study conducted by Professor Saurabh Bhargava suggests that there is no correlation between cell phone use and crashes.
Laura Green wanted to open up a bar-themed arcade, but her plans were compromised by Hyde Park red tape.
Illinois Governor, U.S. treasurer speak at U of C business diversity event.