Friday, April 11, 2008

Race and Case Competition: Daniels College of Business

Once again a few of my classmates (not the same bunch as the Leeds case) to Denver participate in the Race and Case competition conducted by University of Denver, Daniels College of Business. So you race down the ski slopes of Vail and solve a case at the same time (well not quite). Here is a link to a post on their experience in Denver, participating in the competition:

The case question centered around whether a union-oriented pension fund should divest a holding in its portfolio that was exhibiting objectionable labor practices.
and the company’s management team – to reap long-term benefits. We took a creative and relatively unique stand, which helped us get selected as one of four teams out of 12 to participate in the final round of the case competition. After the second round, we ended up taking 3rd place, behind Brigham Young and Vanderbilt.

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