In the episode of “The Apprentice” where Donald Trump’s right-hand man George Ross was away “on a business trip”—unusual because during the nine weeks it takes to tape a season, all participants must be available seven days a week—the TV costar was actually home, observing Yom Kippur.
Joey Bohm, a native of Philadelphia, won first place and $5,000 in a business plan competition at Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva University’s undergraduate business college in New York City.
Sy Syms School of Business student Lauren Stricker is a finalist in a business competition sponsored by St. John’s University. Lauren submitted an essay that finished in the top three of all submissions.
Yeshiva University is celebrating 10 years of the Doris & Dr. Ira Kukin Entrepreneurial Lecture Series at the Sy Syms School of Business, which began Feb. 4 with a talk by Marco Zarikian, CEO of Hotel Eurobuilding Internacional (Venezuela).
Yeshiva University welcomes prospective students and parents to sample college life and learn about opportunities to study in Israel during YU’s annual Open House program on the Wilf Campus, Sunday, November 14.
Renowned economist Henry Kaufman, who Business Week magazine has called “one of the greatest financial thinkers of our time,” paid a visit, and a compliment, to Sy Syms School of Business on the Wilf Campus recently.
In an event signaling the growing importance of YU’s Sy Syms School of Business as a center for economic and business study, the school will host the 31st annual conference of the Northeast Business and Economic Association (NBEA) from Sunday, Sept. 26 through Monday, Sept. 27.
Henry Kressel, a managing director of the venture capital management firm Warburg Pincus LLC, was elected to the Board of Directors of the Sy Syms School of Business. He joins a prestigious group of business, civic, and philanthropic leaders on the board of the undergraduate college of business of Yeshiva University in New York City.
The Sy Syms School of Business Dr. William Schwartz Business Plan Competition 2004 recently awarded prizes to four students and their respective plans: 1st place-Gideon Shiffman, Human LoCator; 2nd place-Rosa Aspir & Liana Biniashvili, R & L’s Delectable Cakes, and 3rd place-Reuben Kerben, Bionex Corporation.
Students at YU’s Sy Syms School of Business (SSSB) are getting an insider’s view of the Israeli business world in a new course taught by an Israeli venture capitalist.