Tepper’s hedge fund firm, Appaloosa Management, recorded about $7 billion in profits in 2009.
The campus celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with panels, processions, and puppet shows. Get a glimpse of the events with these exclusive photos.
After the news of the Haitian earthquake broke last Thursday evening, a call to action sounded across the Carnegie Mellon campus.
The sweep of the building was completed at 2:30 p.m. Wean, Doherty, and Hamerschlag halls were reopened soon after.
In recognition of the Open Learning Initiative’s dedication to educational opportunities it has received $4 million in grants to expand upon its work.
Many universities have been forced to adjust academic curricula in response to the changing job market.
As a new semester begins, the city of Pittsburgh continues to search for a way to fill its budget void.
Every time someone mentions the word “Google” on campus, ears visibly perk up.
Howard Schmidt, a distinguished adjunct fellow with Carnegie Mellon CyLab, has been chosen to serve as national cybersecurity coordinator by President Barack Obama.
On Jan. 12, a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Charles Kane (president and chief operating officer of One Laptop Per Child) will talk to students about the business world.
A fire alarm was triggered in the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house.
All events are free and open to members of both the Carnegie Mellon and Pittsburgh communities.