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.
- Wake Forest University School of Business graduates business professionals 5.20.2019
- Business for Good: A Conversation with John Taft 5.3.2019
- Qurate Retail Group exec Jeffrey Davis to deliver the Wake Forest School of Business graduate hooding keynote address 5.1.2019
Join us for the School of Business Graduate Hooding Ceremony at 11am. Jeffrey Davis, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Qurate Retail Group, will be the keynote speaker. #WFUGrad #WFU19 Watch: go.wfu.edu/wakeforestbiz2…
Join The Thurgood Marshall College Fund and the Wake Forest School of Business online this evening at 6pm EDT, as we share several opportunities for graduate business degrees. Register at: tm.cf/2x9
@WFUAlumni, parents and friends are invited to join the @WakeForestBiz Leadership Team and 12 of our faculty for a special event in San Francisco on May 16 » go.wfu.edu/qpr #WAKESanFrancisco #BizDeacs #WFUAlumni