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Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Michelle Cross! Michelle will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of her summer internship in Commercial Real Estate Development! Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about Michelle's "Day in the Life"! Name: Michelle Cross (@_michellecross) Pre-Anderson: Founder/Owner of Destination Photography BusinessMBA Summer Internship: Commercial Real Estate Development at The Ratkovich Company — Stay [...]
We followed Yale Healthcare Conference Co-Chair Freddy Zhang ’16 on the day of the conference in April as he made sure everything was in place.
By Pamela Tom Berkeley-Haas welcomes three new professors this fall who are conducting research in such areas as how prejudice affects social networks and innovation in digital environments. Asst. Prof. Drew Jacoby-Senghor is joining the Management of Organizations Group (MORS). He recently served as the provost postdoctoral scholar and a visiting assistant professor in management at Columbia Business School. His research identifies how prejudice unconsciously shapes social networks, how networks shape prejudice, and the resulting [...]
This blog post is part of our "Day of the Week" industry series that encompasses our students, faculty, staff, and programs involved in a wide array of business fields and disciplines. Check back regularly for posts for Management Consulting Mondays, Marketing Mondays, Tech Tuesdays, Finance Fridays, and Startup Saturdays! Professor Randy Bucklin is a Professor of Marketing at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He holds a Ph.D. in Business (Marketing), a M.S. in Statistics from Stanford University, [...]
ICF Board member Eddie Tam bets on the future of China's stock market.
As we know, the stock market can be fickle in the short term. There is no single investment strategy that offers a fool-proof method for earning returns and/or mitigating risk. Further, jumping from one approach to another while trying to predict what will happen next can lead to losses in the long run.