Roundup: Latter & Blum / Offshore wind / New business curriculum 

    Leadership change: ​Billy Landreneau has been named chief financial officer of Latter & Blum Property Management. Landreneau, who up until now has served as chief accounting officer, came to Latter & after working as a senior auditor at Ernst & Young and as an assistant controller at Hornbeck Offshore Services. Read the full announcement. 

    Looking ahead: The United States will likely spend more money developing offshore wind capacity than offshore oil and gas within the next five years, according to a new study from Norwegian energy research firm Rystad Energy, The Houston Chronicle reports. Annual spending on U.S. offshore oil and gas projects is expected to average $14.8 billion between now and 2025. Read the full story

    MBA: Johns Hopkins University is blowing up its business school curriculum this fall, in an attempt to draw students, The Wall Street Journal reports. The school’s new MBA program will focus on quantitative skills, from exposure to coding to data analysis—skills that Johns Hopkins believes employers are looking for. The program will also feature classes in technology and innovation. Read the full story.

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