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Sports, Arts, and Entertainment Management

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Whether you take the Traditional 2 year/15 week semester program or the Accelerated 1 year/7 semester M.B.A. program, the courses descriptions remain the same. The Point Park University School of Business M.B.A. program consists of eight core courses, followed by four courses in one of five tracks: Management , International Business , Management Information Systems , Sport, Arts & Entertainment Management , or Health Systems Management . MBA 511 - Accounting for Managers - The basic concepts of accounting and their significance to management are studied. Efforts to establish international accounting standards for foreign ...
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Big Ben Not Wanted By Fans! | Gossip In Sports
but some Steeler faithful have declared Big Ben unfit to wear the Black & Gold. Our Pittsburgh correspondent, Domenick Cosentino, visited local watering holes last night to get some unfiltered Yinzer reaction. Jay Kimelman, 51, began bartending years ago at a joint that used to be called Mike’s, on Greenfield Avenue in Pittsburgh. Mike’s was just up the hill from the old J&L Steel plant that once belched thick plumes of smoke high above Second Avenue, hard by the Monongahela River. At 7:30 or 8 in the morning, it wasn’t uncommon for the bar at Mike’s to be packed with mill guys just off the night shift. ... market research, surveys and trends
Workforce makes way for tech-savvy Millennials | Jess Valesky
Kaela Bolster clicks through internship opportunities on the Internet and sifts through classified ads in newspapers to find the job that is right for her.  Sean McKenna suits up for career fairs, preparing to impress potential employers in person. These two students are seniors and are part of a new generation, which is on its way into the work force and is being met with unique challenges as well as opportunities for success.  These job seekers, born somewhere between 1980 and the mid ‘90s, are being dubbed the Millennial Generation.  Job search Web sites are popping up at their fingertips, career counselors are prepared to ... market research, surveys and trends

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Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
The industry is characterized by a large number of seasonal and part-time jobs and the employment of relatively young workers. About 37 percent of all workers have no formal education beyond high school. Rising incomes, more leisure time, and growing awareness of the health benefits of physical fitness will increase the demand for arts, entertainment, and recreation services. Earnings are relatively low. As long as people have had free time, they have pursued leisure activities. Musical troupes, theaters, and sports have been a part of culture since ancient times. As leisure time and personal incomes have grown across the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Table A-1. Time spent in detailed primary activities and percent ...
Household management .............................................. .14 ..... Arts and entertainment (other than sports) ................. .09 ... 2 Data not shown where base is less than 1.2 million. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Bruce Rosenthal, chair of business programs at Chatham University, was working for a division of Dow Jones in Japan in 1990 when he met with a bank client. Fluent in Japanese, Mr. Rosenthal was comfortable chatting over tea with the executive whose Tokyo institution had been using the Dow Jones product for six months. But when he expressed his thanks to the client for doing business, the banker abruptly replied that the product "was crap and to get it out of here," Mr. Rosenthal recalled. Caught off guard in what he expected to be a cordial meeting, what flashed through Mr. Rosenthal's mind was that nothing he ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Artfest International, Inc. Increases Revenues by 748% for the Six Months ...
is pleased to announce that the Company has generated $1,424,412 in operating revenue in the six months ended June 30, 2010 as compared to $167,885 in operating revenue for the six months ended June 30, 2009, which is an increase of 748%. Artfest International, Inc. also reported a gross profit of $834,124 for the six months ended June 30, 2010 versus $166,885 for the same period in 2009. The increase in operating revenue is due to the increased sales of art and sports memorabilia through the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Charity Sports Distributor, as well as through events held at Artfest ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Point Park University
Sports, Arts, and Entertainment Management. 12 semester hours. MBA 551 - Applied SAEM Marketing (3). MBA 552 - Applied SAEM Management (3) ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Recycling Policy | Point Park University
Point Park’s recycling program is aimed at building a greener campus. Each campus building floor has containers where materials that can be recycled are deposited and collected by the housekeeping staff. Residence halls have recycling containers in each elevator lobby. If you cannot locate a recycling container on campus, please contact Physical Plant at 412-392-3895. Students, faculty and staff can recycle paper, metal cans, glass, aluminum cans and plastic. Office paper recycling starts with small recycling boxes that can be kept at the desk, copy machine or printer for collection of white office paper.  All white paper, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Google Answers: Names of agents/ managers of NY-area celebs, arts ...
Hi dan2929, Here is a pretty exhaustive list of agencies that I have found. 1. SFX Media Group 220 West 42nd Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10036 Phone 212.728.2090 Fax 917.421.5286 sfxmedia@sfx.com http://sfx.com/ Mostly athletes and sports professionals Agent: David Falk Clients: Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Justine Henin-Hardenne, Michael Jordan, Alonzo Mourning 2. William Morris Agency http://www.wma.com/ Address: 1325 Avenue of the Americas New York, New York 10019 Agents: Nicole David Clients: Elijah Wood Liv Tyler In 2002, WMA acquired the Premier Talent Agency. Premier's ...
WikiAnswers - What jobs can you get with a bachelor's degree in ...
Try a job in sports, like sports journalismn for a newspaper company, local television that has a opening, if they don't have a management position you could always stick around with a company that will have one later on. what about a coach position with a pro sports team, or assistant coach. you could be a manager over a large arena or colliseum in a big city that has a lot of sports. you could be the main person that is over pro football teams for all their needs, when it comes to setting up travel, hotels, food, entertainment, etc. someone has to do that stuff. you could really go places with your degree. start your own ...