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Millikin University alumnus Kevin Mathews '91 has visited the Big Blue campus on a number of occasions to speak with students and faculty. However, during a visit on April 9, Mathews did more than just share his success story with a group of students. Mathews engaged in Performance Learning activities during a microbusiness course led by Julie Shields, Millikin instructor of entrepreneurship.

The course was part of a day that recognized Mathews for exemplifying the best in entrepreneurial thought and action. Mathews, founder and chief executive officer of GenOx Transportation, Inc., was awarded the Tabor School of Business Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award. The award was presented to Mathews during an evening ceremony at the Decatur Country Club on April 9. 

While addressing Millikin students, Mathews said, "It's important to remember that 90 percent of customers will tell you what you want to hear, and 10 percent will tell you what you need to hear. With my trucking business, it's important to develop good relationships with customers."

Mathews started GenOx Transportation, Inc. in La Porte, Texas, in 2001. Building on the lifetime experience of his father in the industrial gas industry, Mathews set out to design a business model for GenOx that would enable it to become a market leader in the transportation of liquid nitrogen gas and other frozen industrial gases. 



Operating in one of the smallest niches within the tank truck industry, Mathews' company is investing more than $5 million a year on new equipment in anticipation of increased customer demand in 2015. This past year, GenOx generated $62 million in revenue, up from $1.2 million in revenue when the company launched in 2001.

When asked about launching a business venture, Mathews said, "It's important to keep moving forward and not be fearful. Don't let the effects of fear hold you back as an entrepreneur. There's a lot to learn when running a business and plenty of multitasking."

Mathews received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Millikin University in 1991 after earning his associate degree from Richland Community College. While at Millikin, Mathews was a member of the Millikin Marketing Association and Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity. 



Following graduation from Millikin, Mathews worked for Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) and Matlack Systems, Inc. before becoming regional manager of Cryogenic Transportation, Inc., a company headquartered in Omaha, Neb.

"When you're a business owner, it takes time to learn and it's important to not take on too much," said Mathews. "Know your business and know yourself, and constant successes will help build momentum for your business."

Dr. Susan Kruml, dean of the Tabor School of Business said, "In a previous visit to Millikin, Kevin was captivating and the students enjoyed hearing his story. I think the key to his success is his value system, and the way he treats his customers and employees."

Additionally, Lisa Mathews, chief financial officer of GenOx and Kevin's wife, spoke with Millikin students and faculty during a women's luncheon held in Richards Treat University Center. She shared aspects of her successful career in a question-and-answer format. 



Dr. Kruml added, "Kevin's a great example of someone who has seized opportunity, created opportunity, and done so in a way that is extremely ethical. In terms of the award, the Tabor School of Business looked at alumni who were successful and were great role models. We believed that there was not a better example of a successful entrepreneur than Kevin."
Millikin University students have been volunteering to help community members prepare and file federal and state tax forms at the Decatur Public Library.

The students are providing the service as part of the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.

According to Dr. Michael Brown, Millikin associate professor of accounting, the program has helped over 800 people this year, and has provided practical work experiences for the students.

Click here to read an article from the Herald & Review recapping the work of the Millikin students.
Millikin University's Tabor School of Business offers opportunities for undergrads to engage in research projects and interact with real clients. Senior students benefited from those opportunities during Millikin's first Business Strategic Plan Competition held on March 30.

As part of the competition, two teams of students presented business strategies aimed to help local-based companies. Students from Millikin University's MBA cohort and Tabor School of Business Faculty members were on hand to judge the competition and provide feedback.

The first team included: Catherine Hixson, a business management major from Monticello, Ill., Cody Rios, a business management major from Bristol, Ill., Mariana Weber, a marketing major from Manchester, Mo., and Tiffany Couri, an accounting major from Decatur, Ill. The group presented a business strategy plan for a local newspaper company with aspirations of expanding its readership to additional cities in central Illinois.

The group provided details on the current trends of the newspaper industry, including online readership and digital advertising.

"I think experiences like this in which we are not just learning from a text book, but actually using the Millikin model of Performance Learning are extremely beneficial," said Mariana Weber. "To work with a local-based company, allows for us as students, to explore all aspects of business."

The team also developed a website and mobile site to help give their client an overview of digital advertising opportunities, and show the importance of online interaction.

Weber added, "Whether it's developing a website or looking at the logistics of the business, this allows us to be creatively comprehensive and ready for our careers with the confidence that we have done similar things and can succeed. It was definitely rewarding to present to many faculty who have worked with us from freshman to senior year, and show them our growth, both as business professionals and as individuals."

The second team included: Ashley Knierim, a finance major from Decatur, Ill., Ellie Ehrat, an accounting major from Shobonier, Ill., Erin Baltazar, a marketing major form Naperville, Ill., Nicole Economou, a marketing major from Hanover Park, Ill., and Rachel Franz, a marketing major from Plainfield, Ill. The second team presented a business plan for a local information technology (IT) service and repair company.

The team emphasized the importance of marketing campaigns to help drive client growth, and to promote the two types of service the company offers: break/fix and managed service.

"Working with a local-based computer company was an eye-opening experience," said Ellie Ehrat. "In the professional world, you have to learn about companies that might not be your exact expertise. You can take the knowledge of business that you do have and be able to develop a strategic business plan."

Rachel Franz added, "Working with our client to prepare for the strategic plan competition was challenging, but gave us a real taste of conducting business meetings and creating high-quality proposals that create real, lasting results. The skills my team and I developed will carry on directly to our future career paths, and allow us to become the successful professionals we know we can be."

The presentations were the culmination of Millikin's Business Strategy senior capstone course, led by Dr. J. Mark Munoz, Millikin professor of international management. Both teams earned $500 awards for their efforts.

"The Business Strategy course is different because of the consulting aspect, involvement of mentors and the competitive context. The course provided the opportunity for Millikin University and the students to be actively engaged with the local community," said Dr. Munoz. "I believe that the strategic plans, if implemented, can help the companies. Seeing the students gain confidence during their presentations, especially in front of an MBA class, was very exciting."

Millikin University's Tabor School of Business has announced a new addition to its Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program offerings with the launch of a Fast-Track MBA. Tabor's Fast-Track MBA degree program is a 12-month, full-time, day program designed for students who want to gain executive-level business knowledge and critical thinking skills. The program is now enrolling for the Fall 2015 semester.

The Fast-Track MBA program will show ambitious young graduates how to stand out in the marketplace by opening doors and creating important networking opportunities. The program includes executive lectures from Fortune 500 companies, and opportunities to learn from experienced C-suite executives in the classroom. The program is open to business and non-business students who have earned a bachelor's degree.

"We are very excited to offer this new Fast-Track MBA program at Millikin University," said Dr. Anthony Liberatore, Millikin director of MBA. "The program positions students for success through pillars of courses linked together to set a solid foundation and build analytical capabilities."

The pillars of courses within the accelerated program include:

Accounting & Finance
The Accounting & Finance pillar provides the high-level knowledge and range of skills needed to meet the challenges of today's complex global business. Subjects of study include Financial Accounting for Managers & Executives, Concepts for Financial Decisions, Case Studies in Finance, and Stock & Financial Markets.

Management & Leadership
The Management & Leadership pillar takes students through the tools and techniques for managing people, processes, and projects. Emphasis will be placed on practical skills including the use of lean and six-sigma techniques.

Marketing & Strategy
Used for positioning an enterprise relative to competition and customers, the Marketing & Strategy pillar covers Digital Media Marketing, Marketing Strategy & Analysis, and Globalization.

"The faculty in Millikin's Tabor School of Business are always looking for ways to improve the outstanding opportunities they offer students who want to prepare for successful careers in the world of business," said Millikin Provost Dr. Jeffery Aper. "The new Fast-Track MBA program is one of the new developments that builds on the success and excellence of the long-standing Executive MBA program. This new version of the MBA program allows students to complete the degree at a faster pace but maintains all of the rigor and quality of the original program. It's one more way in which Millikin is opening doors to help people achieve their full potential as professionals and as human beings who want to live lives of meaning and value."

The application deadline for the Fast-Track MBA program is April 15, 2015. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. or international institution. Prospective students may complete the application for admission at millikin.edu/apply.

Tuition for the program is $750 per credit hour. Financial aid is available. On-campus housing is also available for all students.

For more information on the Fast-Track MBA program, visit millikin.edu/mba, or contact the Millikin MBA program at 217.424.3503 or via e-mail at mba@millikin.edu.

Millikin University is a private, comprehensive university with a diverse student population of approximately 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students. A Millikin education features "Performance Learning," a unique learning approach offering students the chance to build the confidence to succeed before and after graduation. Millikin offers more than 50 majors in the College of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Professional Studies and Tabor School of Business, and is located on a 75-acre residential campus in Decatur, Ill. Last year, 99 percent of Millikin graduates gained employment or admission into professional/graduate school within six months of graduation. More information is available at millikin.edu.


First-year business undergraduates in Millikin University's Tabor School of Business were given the opportunity to pitch their business ideas during the 2014 Freshman Business Plan Competition. The competition was held during Millikin's Celebrations of Scholarship on April 25 in ADM-Scovill Hall. The business plan competition is the culmination of Millikin's Introduction to Business course.

The course is designed to provide first-year undergrads with a basic understanding of business. The course covers the personal and professional development of various business functions concluding with a team-designed written business plan. The business plan outlines a proposal to operate an enterprise of their choice.

The first business presentation of the competition was called EnerGym, a gym that will incorporate revolutionary "green" technology, as well as provide an organic dietary alternative for its members. By joining EnerGym, an individual will become part of a greater good that will not only improve their personal health, but the health of the environment as well. The business was created by students Emilee Gerk, a mathematics actuarial science major from Tinley Park, Ill., and Jake Kotopka, an accounting major from Bolingbrook, Ill.

The second business featured in the competition was called Sporganics. Sporganics is a restaurant focused on a sports-minded population with the sensitivity for healthy foods and lifestyle. The presentation was led by students LeRyan Wolfe, a sociology major from Chicago, Ill., Frank Jones, a marketing major from Bartlett, Tenn., and Jocelyn Hernandez, an international business major from Des Plaines, Ill.

The third business presentation of the competition was called Ivory Bridal Boutique, a wedding dress rental, retail and online store designed to make searching for a wedding dress fashionable, affordable, and painless. The presentation was made by students Kiara Smail, an accounting major from Mt. Zion, Ill., and Katie Massey, a business major from Decatur, Ill.

Ivory Bridal Boutique was chosen the winner of the 2014 Freshman Business Plan Competition. As a result of the votes, the team receives scholarships to travel abroad on a Tabor international immersion trip. The trip will provide an opportunity for the students to learn about and experience international business.

"We were very surprised to have won the competition, but felt honored," said Kiara Smail. "All three of the presentations were so well-thought-out and everyone worked so hard on them all year. We really had to focus on trying to get the message we wanted Ivory to convey across to the audience. Rather than just focusing on small ideas it was all about the big picture."

Katie Massey added, "Having spent so much time on such a big project last semester through our Introduction to Business course, it was a great honor to have won the competition. With academic success like this so early in my career at Millikin, I can only hope that I will continue to have opportunities to achieve more."

When asked about the learning experience of creating a business, Kiara Smail says, "This experience really opened my eyes to all of the possibilities and opportunities that are available on campus. I've learned to take advantage of opportunities that are presented to me, as a student, through campus activities, and to put extra effort into something I'm passionate about."

2014 Business Creation Competition Winners

The 2014 Business Creation Competition showcases student ideas and concepts for a business. Students compete individually or as a team for cash prizes and seed funding based on the quality, creativity, and innovation of their business.

Students prepare a business model and presentation for a panel of judges made up of outside business professionals. Judges considered the following in their selection process:

- Creativity/Innovation of business idea/concept/model
- Validation of why the business idea will work

The Millikin University Tabor School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Business Creation Competition.

Mathletics - $1,500
Rachael Coyle, a sophomore entrepreneurship major from Amboy, Ill.

Mathletics is a math-tutoring service/club that will help bring a deeper level of understanding and appreciation for the world of mathematics. It will teach hands-on math skills to its students, training them on how mathematics relates to real-life situations and training them into veritable "mathletes."

Prairie Avenue Soap Company - $900
Anthony Lester, a senior marketing major from Hillsdale, Ill.

A lye-free bar soap company.

Looper 314 - $500
Matthew Hamrick, a senior information systems major from Glenarm, Ill.

The Looper 314 is a guitar looping pedal that utilizes a raspberry pi microcomputer.

BrightBerry - $100
Sasha Roberts, a senior information systems major from Decatur, Ill.

BrightBerry is a light therapy box intended for the treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder.

The competition judging panel included Prescott Paulin, international research consultant at 300 Below Inc., Ray Fields, owner of Papa Murphy's Take 'N' Bake, and Bridget Hogan, attorney with Samuels, Miller, Schroeder, Jackson & Sly, LLP.

Some winners may be invited to apply for additional funds as well as a space in Millikin's student business incubator, The Hub. A variety of businesses have been presented in past competitions including recording companies, theatre companies, a micro-investment firm, a graphic design company, restaurants, a software development company, and more.

For more information about the annual Freshman Business Plan and Business Creation Competitions, visit millikin.edu/tabor.

Millikin University's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will host a Preview Night on Thursday, June 20 at 5:30 p.m. in Room 212 of ADM-Scovill Hall on Millikin's campus.

Millikin's MBA Preview Night will provide information on Millikin's graduate program in the Tabor School of Business. The 17-month program meets two nights per week and features expert faculty members, executive lecture series speakers and a two-week international business trip. The Preview Night will give prospective students the opportunity to meet MBA program director, Dr. Anthony Liberatore, and receive answers to questions regarding the program.

Millikin's MBA program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business School Programs. The program is team based, results oriented, and designed for today's working professionals.

Millikin's next MBA class starts in January 2014 and the program is now accepting applications.

For more information on the benefits of a Millikin MBA or to register for the event, contact the MBA office at 217.424.3503 or e-mail mba@millikin.edu. Information on the graduate program is also available online at www.millikin.edu/mba.
Business Competitions offer unique learning experiences for Millikin students

2013 Freshman Business Plan Competition

First-year business students in Millikin University's Tabor School of Business are required to create a business plan as part of their Introduction to Business course. Recently, they competed as teams to become finalists for the 2013 Freshman Business Plan Competition held during Millikin's Celebrations of Scholarship on April 26 in ADM-Scovill Hall on Millikin's campus.

The Introduction to Business course is designed to provide first-year undergrads with a basic understanding of business. The course stresses the personal and professional development of various business functions culminating with a team-designed written business plan outlining a proposal to operate an enterprise of their choice and a professional presentation.

The first presentation of the competition came from Forumstudy featuring Debbie Vogel, a freshman from Springfield, Ill.; Taylor Lowery, a freshman from Avon, Ind.; and Trevor Crum, a freshman from Heyworth, Ill. Forumstudy is a web-based company that sells textbooks in e-book format to college students.

The competition's second presentation came from the company Illiniwek Unlimited Shooting featuring Dillon Damarin, a freshman from Decatur, Ill.; Diana Popoca, a freshman from Woodstock, Ill.; and Rachael Coyle, a freshman from Amboy, Ill. Illiniwek Unlimited Shooting is a unique shooting range facility that incorporates specialty lessons to help overcome the problems of the shooting range industry.

The final presentation of the competition came from Pearl Leaf Tea Company featuring Natalie Mendez, a freshman from Palos Heights, Ill.; Alex Tueth, a freshman from Decatur, Ill.; Mallory Casner, a freshman from Pana, Ill.; and Nathan Trout, a freshman from Highland, Ill. Pearl Leaf Tea Company is a boba tea shop that offers a mix of boba beverages including additional items such as gourmet pretzels.

Illiniwek Unlimited Shooting was chosen the winner of the 2013 Freshman Business Plan Competition. As a result of the votes, the team receives an all-expense paid trip to the Dominican Republic next January. The trip will provide an opportunity for the students to learn about and experience international business. 

Watch a video about the 2013 Freshman Business Plan Competition

"The amount of work and research we did leading up to the competition gave us an idea on how to run a business," said Dillon Damarin. "It was fun and it was a good experience. Some of the things I learned from this project were time management and teamwork. I was excited that we won because it was a really good competition."

Rachel Coyle added, “One of the more important parts about this project is learning how to work in a team, and understanding how much research it takes to figure out how to run a business efficiently. It was a hands-on experience that taught important business skills. I was extremely happy that we won the competition."


2013 Business Creation Competition Winners

The 2013 Business Creation Competition showcases student ideas and concepts for a business. Students compete individually or as a team for cash prizes and seed funding based on the quality, creativity, and innovation of their business. The competition is open to Millikin undergraduate students from any area of study.

Students prepare a business model and presentation for a panel of judges made up of outside business professionals. Judges considered the following in their selection process:

- Creativity/Innovation of business idea/concept/model
- Validation of why the business idea will work

The Millikin University Tabor School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Business Creation Competition.

$1,650 award
Dux Labs
– Levi Cushing, a senior from Decatur, Ill.; Blake Walters, a junior from Taylorville, Ill.; Aaron Davis, a senior from Morton Grove, Ill.; Conner Kerrigan, a junior from Frankfort, Ill.; and Kort Branscome, a freshman from Greenville, Ill.

Dux Labs is a start-up tech development firm that strives to be the leaders in providing useful, innovative and fun applications available to the masses.

$500 award
Role Model Entertainment
– Urbane Dunlap, a senior from Ottawa, Ill.

Role Model Entertainment is a company that focuses on the development of independent musical talent, creation of product, and the marketing of clients’ finished products including digital distribution of music.

$500 award
Branch-Out Athletics
– Malcolm Branch, a senior from Chicago, Ill.

Branch-Out Athletics (BOA) is for individuals who want to both prepare themselves for a self-sufficient lifestyle as well as enhance their athletic skill to a greater level under expert instructional training.

$150 award
Jon T. Clothing
– Jonathan Tyler Hicks-Oliver, a junior from Decatur, Ill.

Jon T. Clothing will allow customers to see the vision and a dream of the designer. Jon T. Clothing will give customers a high quality product that's fashionable, trending, fair in price and accessible while upholding Jon T. Clothing's slogan of "every aspect of life, wear what you envision."

$100 award
AK Engineering
– Alex Kidd, a senior from Decatur, Ill.

AK Engineering is an audio engineering company that offers live audio reinforcement as well as studio recording assistance based out of Decatur, Ill.

$100 award
Peter Party
– Peter Khiev, a senior from Saint André les Vergers, France

Peter Party is an online shop where customers order all the food and beverages they need to have for a party and can be picked up at the company's warehouse. The company is located in Saint André les Vergers, France.

The competition judging panel included Professor Dennis Beard '82, a member of Serra Ventures, LLC, a consulting and investment firm located in Champaign, Ill.; Pete Paulin, chief executive officer of 300 Below, Inc.; and Chris Phillips '98, vice president of marketing at Land of Lincoln Credit Union.

Some winners may be invited to apply for additional funds as well as a space in Millikin's student business incubator, The Hub. A variety of businesses have been presented in past competitions including recording companies, theatre companies, a micro-investment firm, a graphic design company, restaurants, a software development company, and more.

For more information about the annual Freshman Business Plan & Business Creation Competitions, visit www.millikin.edu/tabor or call the Millikin University Tabor School of Business at 217.424.6285.


Millikin University business students were recognized for their outstanding efforts at the 52nd annual Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) held April 17-20 in Anaheim, Calif. The team of Peter Bushnell, a senior entrepreneurship major from Elmhurst, Ill., Jamie Rockhold, a junior accounting major from Clinton, Ill., and James Vavak, a junior marketing major from Fenton, Mo., won the 2013 ICDC Entrepreneurship Challenge. The team of James Vavak and Malcolm Branch, a junior management major from Chicago, Ill., placed in the top ten of the ICDC Sports and Entertainment Marketing Competition.

"Our students were competing against the best from other states," remarked Dr. Carrie Trimble, Millikin assistant professor of marketing. "The students were very confident during their interaction with the judges, and they were amazingly excited and exceptionally happy when they were announced the winner of the entrepreneurship challenge."

During the entrepreneurship challenge, students worked in teams to create a unique business concept based on a theme provided during the conference. Each team made a brief presentation to one or more judges who determined which team made the best business pitch. This year's theme focused on rising health care costs for business employees.



Millikin's team created a concept focusing on a food truck that sells fresh and healthy foods to businesses. The concept included sharing healthy lifestyle choices and nutritional information with business employees. The award for winning the challenge was a $5000 scholarship and a $350 prize for the individual chapter. The award was sponsored by Hilton Worldwide and the International Franchise Association Educational Foundation.

"We had a great team and we felt that we had all aspects of the business covered going into the event," remarked Rockhold. "It was amazing to be a part of the event because there were so many students from a variety of schools and different countries. You have the opportunity to talk with the best of the best and hear about their business programs – it was an eye-opening experience."

Trimble added, "For this particular event you have to think on your feet and work together, and the feedback they received described how well they worked together as a team. It's all about articulating your concepts and focusing on the idea, and I think they did an amazing job. The students are accustomed to making presentations and talking to adults about what they are doing, and that makes a big difference."



James Vavak and Malcolm Branch's first project during the Sports and Entertainment Marketing Competition focused on creating a marketing strategy for a movie theater based in a small market. The team developed a competitive analysis of surrounding movie theaters and created a marketing campaign for their theater. After reaching the finals of the competition, Vavak and Branch's final project was centered on managing a sports commission in a growing city. For this particular project the team had to create a five-year strategic plan describing the growth of a sports committee within the city and building the community.

The International Career Development Conference offers DECA members the chance to engage in challenging learning activities, receive awards and recognition for competitive and chapter achievements, and expand peer and business networks.

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA is organized into two unique student divisions each with programs designed to address the learning styles, interest and focus of its members. The Collegiate Division includes over 15,000 members in 200 colleges and universities. For more information on DECA, visit www.deca.org.
Millikin University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will host a Preview Night on Tuesday, Aug. 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Room 207 of ADM-Scovill Hall. Millikin’s MBA program will also host an informational webinar on Thursday, Aug. 30 from noon to 1 p.m. Central Standard Time.

Millikin’s MBA Preview Night and webinar will provide information on Millikin’s graduate program in the Tabor School of Business. The 17-month program meets two nights per week and features expert faculty members, executive lecture series speakers and a two-week international business trip. The Preview Night will give prospective students the opportunity to meet MBA program director, Dr. Anthony Liberatore, and receive answers to questions regarding the program. Dr. Anthony Liberatore will also discuss the details of the program and the application process during the informational webinar.

Millikin’s MBA program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business School Programs. The program is team based, results oriented, and designed for today’s working professionals.

Millikin’s next MBA class starts in January 2013 and the program is now accepting applications.

For more information on the benefits of a Millikin MBA or to register for either event, contact the MBA office at 217.424.3503 or e-mail mba@millikin.edu. Information on the graduate program is also available online at www.millikin.edu/mba.
Millikin University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will host a Preview Night on Tuesday, July 17 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Room 207 of ADM-Scovill Hall. Millikin’s MBA program will also host an informational webinar on Thursday, July 19 from 12 to 1 p.m. Central Standard Time.

Millikin’s MBA Preview Night and webinar will provide information on Millikin’s graduate program in the Tabor School of Business. The 17-month program meets two nights per week and features expert faculty members, executive lecture series speakers and a two-week international business trip. The Preview Night will give prospective students the opportunity to meet MBA program director, Dr. Anthony Liberatore, and receive answers to questions regarding the program. Dr. Anthony Liberatore will also discuss the details of the program and the application process during the informational webinar.

Millikin’s MBA program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business School Programs. The program is team based, results oriented, and designed for today’s working professionals.

Millikin’s next MBA class starts in January 2013 and the program is now accepting applications.

For more information on the benefits of a Millikin MBA or to register for either event, contact the MBA office at 217.424.3503 or email mba@millikin.edu. Information on the graduate program is also available online at www.millikin.edu/mba.
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