August 12, 2014
http://bitport.hu/ritka-mint-a-feher-hollo-es-annyit-kereshet-amennyit-nem-szegyell - Hungarian IT news portal bitport.hu reports: Three years ago there was little talk of data scientists as a separate profession. Now they are the stars of the high-tech labor market. Being such a rarity, they are very well paid.
August 8, 2014
http://www.mfor.hu/cikkek/Amerikai_MBA_Budapesten.html - Hungarian news portal mfor.hu interviewed Zoltan Buzady, associate professor of management at the CEU Business School, about how the school prepares its students to be successful in the complex business sector. “Our business school is well-known and popular not only in Central Europe; we have welcomed students from all over the world over the 25-year history of our institution.
August 3, 2014
http://www.innoteka.hu/hir/szakemberek_a_jovonek.543.html - Hungarian news portal innoteka.hu reports: CEU is among the first to launch a program for educating data scientists, and not only on a regional, but on a continental level as well. Big Data poses not only a technical-technological challenge to companies; finding those specialists who can interpret and utilize these pieces of data in business is also a major difficulty. Previous items of Hungarian coverage:
July 16, 2014
Hungarian monthly Kreativ reports: 4.4 million job opportunities will be created by Big Data all over the world by the end of next year. In Hungary, a relevant program will be offered by CEU starting from 2015. Kreativ carries an interview with Greame Noseworthy, IBM Messaging Director. Due to copyright reasons the article is available in the magazine (p. 49, A sarki kozert es a big data). Previous Hungarian items of coverage: http://realista.hu/news/details/127100
July 3, 2014
http://hvg.hu/enesacegem/20140702_vilagsiker_kapujaban_a_magyar_startup - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu interviews Tamas Laszlo, CEU Business School alumnus about Sortpad, a picture sorting mobile application which can help people arrange photos into random folders super fast using one finger. The interview is about how the startup managed to strike an agreement with the investors, and what kind of experience they gained during the negotiations.
June 25, 2014
Hungarian economic weekly’s special business issue, HVG Business reports: 4.4 million job opportunities will be created by Big Data all over the world by the end of next year. In Hungary, a relevant program will be offered by Central European University starting from 2015. Quite unique in Europe, the Master’s in Business Analytics program will primarily welcome economists and sociologists. Due to copyright reasons the full article is available in the magazine (p. 10, Adathasznositas felsofokon)
June 25, 2014
Hungarian economic daily Vilaggazdasag published an article by the COO of IBM Hungary, in which he talks about the relationship between consumer demand and its analysis, and mentions the Big Data conference held at CEU. Due to copyright reasons the full article is available in the paper (p. 12, Robban a kassza?) Previous Hungarian items of coverage: Computerworld (2014.05.28., pp. 8-9, “Amit megosztasz, azza leszel“)
June 24, 2014
Hungarian IT magazine IT-Business reports: Central European University (CEU) is among the first, not only in the region, but in the continent as well, to launch a program for data scientists. In order to do that, several disciplines, until now separate, are merged in a single training. Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the magazine (pp. 48-49, Szakemberek a jovonek). Previous Hungarian items of coverage:
June 23, 2014
http://forbes.blog.hu/2014/06/23/soros_nagyon_veszelyes_iranyba_haladunk - Hungarian economic magazine Forbes reports about the 25th Anniversary celebration of the CEU Business School: the Book Launch Event featured CEU Founder George Soros and Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria. Previous item of Hungarian media coverage:
June 22, 2014
http://hvg.hu/gazdasag/20140622_Soros_Gyorgy_nyilt_tarsadalom - Hungarian economic news portal hvg.hu reports: George Soros, founder of the 25-year-old CEU Business School is expecting a favorable turn in EU crisis management, but he thinks that open society is in danger. Soros elaborated on the way things are going in the world at the anniversary ceremony, where he was greeted by Dean Mel Horwitch with due reverence as the founder of the school.