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At Amazon, Supply Chain Innovations Deliver Results

When Jeff Bezos launched Amazon.com in July 1995, few realized how apt the name would become. The company’s original tagline was “Earth’s Biggest Bookstore.” Twenty years later, Amazon has grown to be more like its namesake—a vast ecosystem.

Introducing BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management Launches New Business Analytics Graduate Degrees. Two options include the online BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse and full-time on-campus M.S. in Business Analytics.

The Floral Supply Chain: Cold, Competitive, Consolidating

For most customers purchasing roses for Valentine’s Day, these supply chain developments remain invisible, but for those inside the floriculture industry, the cycle of growth, maturity, decline, and replacement by new hybrid players continues to resemble the nature of flowers themselves.

Student Q&A: MBA@Syracuse Residency in India

In January 2016, the MBA@Syracuse residency took place in Delhi and Mumbai, India. We caught up with Jennifer Noone, a second-year student in the Syracuse MBA program, to get an inside perspective of the residency experience.

Military and Veteran Student Support at Syracuse Evolves

We spoke with Jennifer Pluta, assistant director for Veteran and Military Family Career Services, from the Office of Veteran & Military Affairs and Career Services, to learn about her experience. Jennifer focuses on the career development and employment needs of Syracuse University’s student veteran and military family community.

Sabermetrics: Baseball Analytics and the Science of Winning [Infographic]

Though the term “sabermetrics” has only been around since the early 1980s, the practice of using statistics to gain a winning edge in baseball goes back almost two centuries. As the tools of sabermetrics continue to advance, teams like the New York Yankees and Mets are becoming more adept at using analytical tools to dissect the science of winning.