Hi everyone! This week I’ll be giving my presentation on Veem, a business-to-business platform for exchanging money internationally. While I plan to go much more in-depth on Wednesday, I thought that this blog post would serve as a nice supplement for information. As I hope that you’ll see both here and in class, Veem is … Continue reading Veem: Bringing International Banking to the Modern World
Hi everyone! So as General Manager of The Heights, I was fortunate enough to receive an invitation to Boston College’s Chief Executive Club meeting on January 17th. The Club serves to gather many of Boston’s business leaders and connect them in an open setting. It then culminates with a keynote speaker from a prominent company, … Continue reading Marriott: Teaching an Old Dog Some New Tricks
Happy new year everyone! In this blog post, I’ll be providing a review of Big Data by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Kenneth Cukier. Summary Rather than focusing on one specific company or industry, this book revolves around “big data” and its effects on society as a whole. Before going any further, then, the authors explain what … Continue reading Book Summary: “Big Data”
Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and a relaxing winter break. Seeing as my first “Selfie” attempt turned out to be a bit too brief, I’m back for round two! For those of you who did not see the initial post, my name is Michael Rosmarin (although I generally go by … Continue reading Selfie (Take Two)
Hi everyone! My name is Michael Rosmarin (although I generally go by Mike), and I am a sophomore from Basking Ridge, New Jersey. I am a member of CSOM pursuing concentrations in Finance and Information Systems as well as a minor in Philosophy. Outside of class, I am the General Manager of The Heights, I … Continue reading Selfie
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