Business alumni shine in University’s 40 under 40
15 November 2019
Alumni from the Business School have an impressive presence on the University's annual 40 Under 40 list.
Business Masters celebrates ‘5 Years, 10 Cohorts’
14 November 2019
With an alumni network now reaching over 1,000 graduates, the Business Masters programmes gathered to celebrate their success.
Susan St John: The real problem in Peters’ case
13 November 2019
Opinion: Winston Peters’ case highlights the absurd reality of the state “peering into people’s bedrooms” to save money on NZ Super, claims Susan St John.
Hougarden founder thriving before the age of 40
6 November 2019
A young Chinese-born entrepreneur who spotted a niche in New Zealand’s property market, and turned it into a thriving business, has been recognised by the University of Auckland.
Renowned environmentalist brings a challenging and inspiring message to the Business School
4 November 2019
A visit to the Business School from a famed British environmentalist calls for a note of optimism in the face of climate concerns.
Student success greatest reward for top teacher
1 November 2019
New Zealand’s top teacher, Andrew Eberhard, can be found at the University of Auckland Business School.
‘Super baby’ mussel nursery wins Velocity Challenge
30 October 2019
A business start-up with plans to improve the shellfish industry by cultivating mussel ‘super babies’ has been named the overall winner at the 2019 Velocity $100k Challenge.
Can selfish corporates be regulated to change?
25 October 2019
Opinion: Professor Susan Watson comments on how corporations can be changed for the better.
Electric scooters make Auckland extremely age-unfriendly
24 October 2019
Opinion: Dr Claire Dale comments on the incompatibility of Auckland Council's decision to welcome electric scooters onto footpaths while also proclaiming Auckland as an ‘age-friendly’ city.
Teaching young New Zealanders to be financially Savy
18 October 2019
Thousands of young New Zealanders have been taught basic financial literacy because of a charitable trust that began life at the Business School.
EV revision a reality check, not a back-down
16 October 2019
Opinion: Is the Government going soft on its so-called Electric Vehicles pledge? Basil Sharp doesn't think so and explains why the fleet target was never feasible.
Velocity challenge finalists announced
15 October 2019
An alternative power generation mechanism for satellites, and a low-cost, portable diagnostic tool that detects Glaucoma, are two of the projects competing in the Velocity $100k Challenge.