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The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business today announced plans for its second annual Positive Business Conference. The event will take place May 14-15, 2015, at Michigan Ross, where more than 500 thought leaders, professionals, executives and academics will engage around the latest  practices, research and results in positive business.

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business today unveiled details of its annual Leadership Crisis Challenge, one of the most ambitious and immersive leadership development programs of its kind for business school students.

ANN ARBOR – Today’s global challenges require leaders who have the character, capabilities, and connections to drive real change and innovation in the world. The University of Michigan today announced a $20 million gift to the Ross School of Business from Stephen W. and Karen Sanger to create the Sanger Leadership Center.

The new center will expand the school’s successful leadership development programming and empower more students to become leaders who make a positive difference in the world.

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business will welcome Ndaba Mandela, grandson of the late South African anti-apartheid activist, politician, and philanthropist Nelson Mandela, as keynote speaker for the 2015 William K. McInally Memorial Lecture. The lecture takes place on Martin Luther King Day as part of the University of Michigan’s 29th annual MLK Symposium.

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, today issued predictions on the business world in 2015. Known as one of the top research and educational institutions in the world, Ross polled its renowned faculty for expert opinion on business trends and expectations.

According to Ross faculty, disruptive businesses will be on the rise, leaders will start to align values with business and the trajectory of income disparity and the economy could lead to a potential spiral of doom. More predictions for the year ahead include:

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business is known as one of the top research and educational institutions in the world. The school has created a new way for executives and business professionals to gain insights and practical applications from cutting-edge research on the new Ross Thought in Action section of the Michigan Ross website.

Daniel and Lanaya Bellomo have done quite a bit together. The couple went to undergrad together, traveled to numerous countries, and now they’re embarking on a new journey: business school, where they’re first-year MBAs at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. While they aren’t the first married couple at Ross, they bring a different perspective from most of their peers. Daniel and Lanaya, who have been married for three-and-a-half years, are members of the military.

Hiring and salary figures for this year’s MBA graduates were impressive across the board. As the B-school news website Poets & Quants reports, nearly 90 percent of 2014 Ross MBAs had a job offer by graduation, up from 85 percent last year. Three months after graduation, the number was up to 93 percent, compared to 88.7 percent in 2013.