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BCC helps Finance Student Ignite her Career

With CU Denver’s Commencement Ceremony taking place this weekend at the new Tivoli Quad, expected graduates are gearing up to enter the workforce. One such student is Katy Cline, a Finance major with an emphasis in Management. Cline graduated Summa Cum Laude on Saturday. Katy chose to study at the CU Denver Business School when […]

2016 Front Range Finance Seminar

The spring 2016 Front Range Finance Seminar was hosted at the CU Denver Business School on Friday, April 15th, 2016. Co-organized by Assistant Professor of Finance Yosef Bonaparte and Associate Professor Yufeng Han, the Front Range Finance Seminar was re-instituted this year bringing the Front Range financial university community together for the first time in […]

Business School Alumni Network set to Flourish

The CU Denver Business School is pleased to announce the launch of the Business School Alumni Network. The Network plans to offer networking, mentoring, and educational events in the next year and opportunities to volunteer including participating in shaping the Network strategies and programs, helping create new ways for alumni to stay connected, and contributing […]

China Factories Face Competition

While China is currently the most competitive manufacturing nation on the globe, a new study released on Wednesday predicts that the United States will surpass it by the end of the decade, as a global shift to more advanced methods of assembly favors advanced economies. Jian Yang, Director of Finance at the University of Colorado Denver […]

New York City Finance Career Trek

The CU Denver Business School held its first NYC Finance Career Trek the week of April 4th. Four graduate students, and ten undergraduate students attended the New York trip with Yosef Bonaparte, Assistant Professor, Finance; Stephanie Egan, Career Advisor, and Sue Wyman, Director, Business Career Connections. The group visited Bloomberg, Perella Weinberg Partners, the Federal […]

Why do Oil Prices Keep Going Down?

Global stock markets have been in a tailspin this week. And the sinking price of oil received at least some of the blame. Just this week, the cost of a barrel of crude reached a 12-year-low of US $27 (RM118.33), down from more than US $100 a little more than year ago. And that may […]

Meltdown 2.0 led by China Selloff, Again

The Director of Finance and Risk Management at the CU Denver Business School Professor Jian Yang is an authority in the Finance world here at CU Denver and abroad. Yang was recently featured in China Daily to talk about stocks slumping across the world precipitated by heavy selling in China as officials in the mainland […]