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Students learn from innovative minds in the 4th Annual Art of Innovation Conference

Business students shown speaking with panelist

Han Byol Yi

October 17, 2016

What seemed like professors ready to give a lecture, was actually a group of innovative minds from tech companies who wanted to share stories of their success and past failure, at the 4th Annual Art of Innovation Conference on Friday. “I have this awesome app idea. I came here to learn what to do...

Bull Ring finalists move to next round

Man stands along another man who is holding a pole invention

James Fike

April 9, 2016

Eager entrepreneurial Matadors gathered in the Ferman Presentation Room on Thursday to put their ventures to the test and put others to rest.The David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, as well as the LACI@CSUN, hosted the inaugural Bull Ring New Venture Competition Semi-Finals. The competiti...

Q&A with Johnny Cupcakes

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Brooke Holland

April 20, 2015

The entrepreneur behind the world’s first "T-shirt bakery" and the classic cupcake and crossbones T-shirt logo will speak at CSUN. Johnny Earle, creator of Johnny Cupcakes, will tell his story about how he started his T-shirt brand from the trunk of his car at age 19 and grew his passion into a multi-million...

Panel speaks on qualities of successful business startups

CSUN alumna Eddy Waty (Finance '04, MBA '10) summarizes her post-college experience, which includes working on political campaigns, start-ups and restaurants. Wynnona Loredo / Staff Photographer

Marissa Nall

February 6, 2015

CSUN alumni and business leaders answered questions for aspiring entrepreneurial students in the Grand Salon Thursday night to encourage and inform them about the process of starting a business. “I’m hoping to hear about how other CSUN alumni were able to take their business ideas and bring them...

CSUN alumna shares her marketing experience at the “Professor for a Day” event

CSUN alumna shares her marketing experience at the

Alysha Garrett-Byrd

September 18, 2013

CSUN alumna Laura Petersen, senior director for Resonate, shares her experience in the marketing world and gives students tips on how to have a successful career as part of the business college's "Professor for a Day" event. ...

Destruction in 1992 L.A. Upheaval: How law enforcement let the largest urban riot/rebellion rage on

Hansook Oh

April 29, 2012

Twenty years ago, our city convulsed with a tremor that could not be measured on the Richter scale. Fifty-three lives were lost, thousands were injured and property damage equaled $1 billion. The livelihoods of immigrants and small business owners – their American dream – were destroyed in the blink of an eye.The upheaval which occurred during the last week of April means dif...

CSUN alumna opens Get Shaved business near campus

Rima Bek

October 28, 2010

CSUN alumna Kristin Roskowick married college sweetheart Patrick Roskowick in 2003 and traveled to Hawaii for their honeymoon. She said one experience she remembered was tasting shaved ice. “It’s huge in Hawaii, shaved ice in Hawaii is like frozen yogurt here,” Kristin said. She s...

Princeton Review includes CSUN business school in its top 301 list

Jackie Holmes

October 28, 2010

Csun’s College of Business and Economics is ranked in the top three hundred by the Princeton Review. Deborah Cours, director of graduate and evening programs, said the school is very proud to be included in the Princeton Review for the fourth consecutive year. “We focus relentlessly on qu...

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