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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.

We’re not kidding around when it comes to social impact. At Ross, we fundamentally believe business can and should make the world a better place.

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business today announced a redesigned Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) curriculum to meet the changing needs and interests of undergraduate students.

Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley will keynote special event to inspire and empower students to seek careers in finance

Michigan Ross Professor Francine Lafontaine was appointed Director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Economics. Lafontaine, William Davidson Professor of Economics and Public Policy, is a leading expert in franchising, contracts, and entrepreneurship.

Students from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business competed in the 2014 Spotlight! Team Project Showcase and Scholarship Competition on September 12. The Spotlight! Challenge is sponsored by U-M’s Tauber Institute for Global Operations and featured 35 teams with 89 students from 26 sponsoring companies, who presented their operations and manufacturing solutions to a panel of executives from some of the world’s major corporations.