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25 Grassroots Marketing Ideas & Examples from the Pros

"To sharpen the effectiveness of your grass roots marketing efforts, always be ready to capitalize on trending topics that are emotional touch points for your target market," says Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management Professor Scott Lathrop.

5 Things to Expect From Your Online MBA Classmates

Though Clara Cedeno is an MBA student at the Syracuse University Whitman School of Management, her classmates aren't just New York state residents – far from it, in fact. That's because the 43-year-old consultant is enrolled in the online MBA@Syracuse program. Students live around the world – from Dubai to Alaska – and work in a range of professions.

B-Schools Where GMATs Don't Matter

When Wayne State University in Detroit announced recently that it had seen an 85% jump in enrollment at the Mike Illitch School of Business in just two years, lots of people took notice. When the cause of the dramatic increase was explained to be, in part, a waiver for qualified students of the Graduate Management Admission Test as a requirement for admission, eyebrows went up even further across the B-school landscape.

Here’s Where Most Entrepreneurs Go Wrong With Money

When it comes to entrepreneurship, people usually envision a high-growth, change-the-world kind of startup, like Facebook or Google, but entrepreneurs come in all different shapes and sizes.

5 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Be Successful

You probably know from some of the most famous business people in history that entrepreneurs are go-getters. No one progresses in business by sitting back and waiting for an opportunity to find them.

Tax Breaks for People Over 50

After age 50, and especially at age 65, you can qualify for extra tax breaks. Older people get a bigger standard deduction, and they can earn more before they have to file a tax return at all.