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Wall Street Makes Debut on Campus

Business Analytics Lab

It’s official. The Joe and Diana Hurley Finance and Business Analytics Lab was unveiled April 1 with a ribbon cutting ceremony outside the sparkling glass entryway of the facility. Transformed from a typical classroom, the 600 square feet of space is outfitted with Bloomberg terminals, large panel displays, stock ticker (both inside and outside the lab), video-conferencing technology, and half a dozen analog time zone clocks for major trading cities around the world. Furman’s slice of Wall Street was featured in a story by Nathaniel Cary in The Greenville News.

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