Topics: Kenan-Flagler Business School

UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School was established in 1919 and renamed in 1991 to honor two prominent American business families and benefactors — Mary Lily Kenan Flagler and her husband, Henry Morrison Flagler.

Kenan-Flagler is consistently ranked among the best business schools in the world. Over 32,500 UNC Kenan-Flagler alumni live in more than 80 countries. The faculty are known for evidence in both research and teaching.

Tillis op-ed promotes NC tax reform as a model for federal action


As Congress works to overhaul the United States tax system, one local leader hopes to use North Carolina as an example.

Organized theft is costing retailers $30 billion a year. Here's what NC is doing about it.

 North Carolina is taking action in response to a growing trend of organized retail theft in the state.

Could Amazon be coming to the Triangle?

 Amazon announced Thursday that it will be building a new headquarters in a U.S. metropolitan area. 

Kenan-Flagler serves executive realness at Pride Club's second annual drag ball

Tonight at The Strowd, UNC students and members of the surrounding community will have the chance to experience and participate in drag culture at the Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Pride Club’s second annual drag ball. 

Kenan-Flagler students organize mass donations for Durham homeless shelter


Second-year MBA students from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, Marco Sommerville, Wen Lin and Joseph Hiatt, organized a mass donation of food from Chapel Hill restaurants to the Durham Rescue Mission, Durham’s largest long-term homeless shelter.

A cappella groups and clubs give grad students a break from academics

While UNC is home to several rigorous graduate schools and programs, it is also home to graduate school clubs that help students cope with stress and make connections.

Cooper signs bill to reduce the size of UNC Board of Governors


Gov. Roy Cooper signed his first bill into law Friday. 

Uber CEO reverses decision on Trump council after #DeleteUber protests


Uber CEO Travis Kalanick came under fire for his decision to join President Donald Trump’s economic council — an announcement soon altered after public response.

UNC MBA recipient's food app billed as positive alternative to Yelp

A passion for food and technology brought around 70 people together Friday to launch a new restaurant recommendation app, CurEat.

Year in Review: Business school fee proposal

In September, the Kenan-Flagler Business School proposed a plan that would raise the cost of attendance for undergraduate business students by charging a new fee of, eventually, $3,000 per year for business majors.

Students or staticians: Survey says students are frustrated with required research

Every year UNC students experience the familiar pleading Facebook, GroupMe or email request to take a survey for class.

Low economic mobility and HB2 overshadow high NC business ranking

Forbes released its Best States for Business rankings earlier this month, and for the second year in a row North Carolina was No. 2.

Kenan-Flagler waits for final decision on business school fees


The Kenan-Flagler Business School administration is still figuring out the next steps for the undergraduate business school fee proposal, which was not recommended by the Board of Trustees on Wednesday.

Board of Trustees discusses election results, Carolina Hall and proposed business school fee

On Thursday morning the Board of Trustees discussed post-election feelings on campus, tuition increases, reactions to the Carolina Hall exhibit and the proposed Kenan-Flagler Business School fee.

Board of Trustees recommends against Kenan-Flagler fee


President's top intelligence adviser, James Clapper, comes to UNC

James R. Clapper, director of National Intelligence, discussed issues surrounding presidential transitions and problems managing intelligence in an unpredictable society at UNC on Tuesday.

Student committee voted against business school fee

The Student Fee Audit Committee did not recommend passing a new student fee proposed by the Kenan-Flagler Business School. 

Business school students raise money to send 13-year-old brain cancer patient to Maui

The “Ready, Fire, Aim” project is a competition between pairs of students who create a product or service. The goal is to generate profit and improve the students’ entrepreneurial skills.

However, the project has a much larger vision.

Business school proposes additional student fee


The Kenan-Flagler Business School has proposed a plan that would raise the cost of attendance for undergraduate business students by charging a new fee of, eventually, $3,000 per year for business majors.