November

Faculty SpotlightStillman News

Professor Hongfei Frank Tang – Shaping Tomorrow’s Finance Leaders

Seton Hall University has been fortunate to draw in professors who possess remarkable expertise, demonstrate exceptional teaching abilities, and have the capability to establish strong connections with students. For those familiar with Professor Hongfei Frank Tang, these three qualities are seamlessly integrated.

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Stillman News

Patrick Healy From Snap-On Tools: Risks In International Supply Chain

On Halloween night, the Association of Supply Chain Management’s Seton Hall student chapter hosted Patrick Healy, head of World Wide Strategic Sourcing for Snap-On Incorporated. Snap-On is a leading global innovator, manufacturer, and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks including those working in vehicle repair, aerospace, the military, natural resources, and manufacturing. Healy first discussed the history of Snap-On and their position in the tool manufacturing market.

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SportsTrending

NBA Embarks on Search for Potential Record-Breaking TV Rights Deal

As the new National Basketball Association (NBA) season starts to get its legs underneath itself, discussions for next year have already begun. This is more than just players moving around and teams making changes to coaching staff, rather the NBA as a whole and the upcoming TV rights deal that expires after the 2024-2025 season.

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SportsTrending

Victor Wembanyama and Connor Bedard Leave Huge Impact on NBA and NHL in Respective Debuts

Both Victor Wembanyama and Connor Bedard have emerged as precocious talents in the world of basketball and hockey, respectively, capturing the attention of sports enthusiasts, experts, and the general public. Their impact has been instrumental in elevating early season interest in their respective sports, generating fervor and enthusiasm among fans and pundits alike.

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TechnologyTrending

Introducing Microsoft Latest and Greatest: Microsoft Copilot

Microsoft is set to revolutionize the way businesses operate with the upcoming launch of its Copilot AI assistant. On November 1st, Microsoft 365 customers on select business and enterprise plans will gain access to this cutting-edge tool, which promises to streamline tasks, boost productivity, and offer valuable support. However, this innovation comes at a price, with Microsoft introducing a $30 per month premium per user for Copilot, an addition that nearly doubles the cost of subscriptions for lower-tier business plans.

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