The New York Times recently featured a story about John Allison, BB&T Chairman and Wake Forest Schools of Business faculty member. The article explores Mr. Allison’s devotion to the writings of Ayn Rand, his strong belief in objectivism, and his views on the perils of government intervention in today’s economy. To read the entire article click here.
- Professor James Otteson named a Favorite Business Professor Of The Class of 2020 by Poets & Quants 5.18.2020
- Dom Maggio (BEM ‘20) signed as free agent to the Baltimore Ravens 4.28.2020
- Wake Forest alumni and thought leaders tapped to help revitalize the American economy 4.22.2020
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