Update for November 2008

Files posted to iTunes U this month: Global Financial Crisis – Panel Discussion The Stillman School of Business holds a panel discussion on the current global financial crisis. I&P Convocation The Stillman School of Business hosts it’s Fall Integrity and … Continue reading

Files posted to iTunes U this month:

Global Financial Crisis – Panel Discussion

The Stillman School of Business holds a panel discussion on the current global financial crisis.

I&P Convocation

The Stillman School of Business hosts it’s Fall Integrity and Professionals Convocation.

Kenneth Langone, founder and chairman of Invemed Associates and co-founder of The Home Depot, is the guest speaker at the Stillman School of Business Integrity and professionalism Convocation.

Kenneth Langone, billionaire investment banker and co-founder of The Home Depot, grew up in a working-class household. Son of a plumber and a cafeteria worker, Langone graduated from Bucknell University in three and half years with a B.A. Following graduation, he worked in finance while taking night courses at New York University to obtain his M.B.A. Langone then worked on Wall Street. He bought a seat in the New York Stock Exchange for $60,000; he later sold it for $1.5 billion.

Mr. Langone offered his experience and knowledge of the world of business to members of the Stillman school during his keynote speech.