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The Neumann Business Review

The Journal of the Division of Business
& Information Management


Volume 2
 
Spring 2007




 
 

Contributors


JOSEPH OKOLOWSKI is a marketing major, expecting to graduate in May 2008. He is currently studying abroad in London. His future plans include attaining a Master’s of Business Administration and working in the advertising industry. His contribution is entitled The Ethics of Food Advertising.


ALICIA M. CAVALLI is majoring in accounting and business administration and will graduate in May 2007. She intends to continue working in accounting, currently doing small business, corporate taxes and personal tax returns. She will begin preparation for the CPA exam following graduation and plans to be married in May 2008. Her contribution is entitled Flat Tax Raises Controversy.



WILLIAM F. OTTO is currently a junior at Neumann College, majoring in International Business and Computer Information Management and minoring in Intelligence Studies. He is a certified Intelligence Analyst and has memberships in the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts and Students in Free Enterprise. He has presented various papers at conferences in addition to his publication in Neumann Business Review. He plans to seek a career in federal or private intelligence analysis after graduating in May 2009. His contribution is entitled Making Decisions Using Knowledge Management.

 


BRITTANY FORGROVE
is a sport management major, planning to graduate in May 2008. She is currently working as an intern for the Philadelphia Phillies and residing in New Jersey with her family as she continues her education. She hopes to work with one of the area professional sports teams in Community Relations after graduation. Her contribution is entitled The Plight of the National Hockey League.

 
 
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