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The Neumann Business Review

The Journal of the Division of Business & Information Management

Volume 1
Spring 2006



Milillo expects to graduate from Neumann College with Bachelor of Science degree in December 2006. He is a Sport Management major and an Accounting minor. He currently works as an intern for Comcast-Spectacor, in the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation and has also worked as a Guest Relations Intern for the Philadelphia Eagles. His contribution is entitled Capitalism in 2008? A Look at the Beijing Olympics and Their Effect on China.

Umberto Bifulco
graduated from Neumann College in May 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree, triple majoring in Business Administration, Accounting and International Business. He is currently employed as a General Accountant by Topp Construction Services. He hopes to have his own accounting and consulting firm in the future. He has contributed the article, The Falling Dollar.

Michael J. Dendler
is a student in the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies with plans to earn a Bachelor of Science degree through the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program, concentrating in Business Administration. He is currently employed in the custom furniture, cabinetry industry. Included in this edition is his article entitled Outsourcing Challenges and Solutions: The Example of Craft Trades.

Ira R. Hobson
is a Neumann College student, planning to graduate in May 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in both Business Administration and Accounting. He is the recipient of various scholarships and awards, maintaining a 4.0 GPA while working as a Computer Aide and as a Peer Tutor for the college. His future plans include work in the accounting field, law school and, ultimately, politics. His, the final article in this edition, is The Unseen World of Transnational Corporations' Powers.


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