Dividend (Vol. 6, No. 2, Winter, 1975)
Table of Contents: My Computer Doesn't Talk to Your Computer p. 4 - A Dividend Interview The complexities of computer technology have made it difficult to transfer data from one computer system to another. Here Alan Merten, associate professor of management science, discusses some of the problems and what his project in data translation is doing to solve them. ; The Search for Security and What It Costs p. 9 - by Charles B. H. Watson The author, who visited the School as an Actuary-in-Residence, gives warning that his article consists of "A few random thoughts on isolated areas of concern that may or may not in some fashion bear upon the question of human security, preceded by a lamentation as to the impossibility of analyzing or even defining the topic in the space alloted, and concluding with a cry of alarm at how much the whole thing costs." ; Secretary Simon Speaks at Annual Business Conference p. 13 - The sixth annual business conference was especially successful this year. Treasury Secretary William Simon was the featured dinner speaker, and more than 500 businessmen participated in the conference, held at Cobo Hall in Detroit. Here we bring you pictures and captions on some of the executives who were there. ; Among Ourselves p. 18 - School building undergoes renovation; Does it pay to get an MBA?; Art Hann dies suddenly; DOR publishes book on medical care industry; U-M students score high on CPA exam. ; School Breaks Ground Again! p. 26 - Even though it was a cold and blustery November day, people didn't seem to mind as they turned out to watch Professor William A. Paton break ground for the Paton Accounting Center (see cover). Turning out for the groundbreaking, besides faculty and students, were representatives of major public accounting firms, as well as U-M planners and architects. Here we picture some of the people who were there. ; Cover photograph by Virg Geren. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50710>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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