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Announcement ·

New Report Shows Dramatic Impacts of COVID-19 on Latino-Owned Businesses in the Washington, D.C. Area

New survey shows thirty percent of Latino business owners in D.C. metro area were forced to close or suspend operations due to COVID-19
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Business ·

Investing in their Future

Despite the most difficult market environment that many investors have ever seen, Kogod's Student Managed Investment Fund successfully beat the stock market by over 600 basis points.
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Business ·

A Solid Foundation

Why has the housing market weathered the economic downturn so well?
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Business ·

Angels for Entrepreneurs

Kogod alum Tahsin Gur explains why angel investors see recessions as opportunities to invest in new businesses.
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Alumni ·

A Taste for Entrepreneurship: KSB Alum Ensures Local Food Access in Pandemic

Mitch Berliner, Kogod/BS ’70, a Maryland Food Industry Hall of Fame inductee, has forged an innovative career at the forefront of the food industry. His businesses have undergone tremendous changes to meet the challenges of COVID-19.
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Business ·

Redesigning Disaster Relief

Kogod professors Ayman Omar and Heather Elms explain why our current supply chain system needs an overhaul—and how blockchain could revolutionize decision-making and transparency in the COVID-19 crisis.
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Business ·

Rethinking the Next Chapter

During a time of great uncertainty, Kogod graduates are as resilient as ever. Three alumni from the class of 2020 share their post-grad plans with us.
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Business ·

Saving Money During a Financial Crisis

Kogod professor Jason Howell discusses how college students and young adults who are new to the workforce should manage their money and save during a crisis.
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Alumni ·

How Hand Sanitizer Changed a Business—and a Mission to Help Others

As entrepreneurs at the helm of the mission-based Soapbox—which donates one bar of soap for every bar sold—Dave Simnick, SPA BA ’09 and Dan Doll, Kogod BSBA ’10 have been able to help countless more people during COVID-19.
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Business ·

The Stimulus - Is It Static or Will It Spark?

Kogod professor and managing director of the Kogod Tax Policy Center, Caroline Bruckner, breaks down the stimulus checks that many will receive, as well as the small business loans that are meant to support the economy.
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