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Tiger Woods Scandal Cost Shareholders up to $12 billion

This article cites research by Associate Professor Victor Stango in which he estimated the damage to the market value of Woods’ main sponsors caused by revelations of alleged extramarital affairs that surfaced after he was involved in a minor car accident outside his Florida home on November 27.

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Dean’s Distinguished Speakers
Donald Paul, Executive Director, USC Energy Institute, William M. Keck Chair in Energy Resources, Former Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Chevron

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Donald Paul, Executive Director, USC Energy Institute, William M. Keck Chair in Energy Resources, Former Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Chevron

AGR Hall, Walter A. Buehler Alumni and Visitors Center, UC Davis
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Dean’s Distinguished Speakers
Susan H. Mac Cormac, Partner, Corporate Group Co-chair, Venture Capital/Emerging Companies and Cleantech Groups, Morrison & Foerster

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Friday, April 24, 2009
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Susan H. Mac Cormac, Partner, Corporate Group Co-chair, Venture Capital/Emerging Companies and Cleantech Groups, Morrison & Foerster

“The State of the Cleantech Market: Challenges and Opportunities”

With stresses in the global economy compounded by the repercussions from climate change, scarcity of commodities and concerns about energy independence, today’s “clean industrial revolution” holds great promise by driving innovation in sectors ranging from energy, transportation, building and advanced materials to agriculture, water and recycling. At this intersection of business, science and the environment, the key is developing clear road maps to accelerate market adoption of viable solutions.

UC Davis Bay Area Working Professional MBA Campus
Bishop Ranch Business Park, Suite 190
12647 Alcosta Blvd.
San Ramon, CA
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Dean’s Distinguished Speakers
Paul Sallaberry, Former Executive Vice President, Worldwide Operations, Veritas Software Corporation

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Friday, October 9, 2009

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Paul Sallaberry, Former Executive Vice President, Worldwide Operations, Veritas Software Corporation

“The Relevance of ‘I’ in Icon”

About Paul Sallaberry

Paul Sallaberry is the former executive vice president of worldwide operations for Veritas Software Corporation. He retired from Veritas in January 2004 as a highly regarded head of worldwide sales and is credited with building one of the most successful sales organizations in the software industry. Sallaberry joined the company in early 1997 through the merger of Veritas and OpenVision, where he was senior vice president. Over his 11-year career, Sallaberry grew revenues from $50 million dollars to more than $1.6 billion dollars. Prior to Veritas, he was a senior executive at Oracle Corporation, where he led their vertical industries business.

Activities & Recreation Center, Ballroom, UC Davis
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Dean’s Distinguished Speaker
Professor Brad Barber, William Haraf, Tim Leach, and Grove Nichols

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Professor Brad Barber, William Haraf, Tim Leach, and Grove Nichols

“‘Once-in-a-Century’ Financial Crisis: What’s Next?

Moderated by: Professor Robert Yetman

About the Panel

William Haraf, Commissioner, Department of Financial Institutions,
State of California

Tim Leach, Chief Investment Officer, U.S. Bank Wealth Management Group

Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, Sacramento
News Release

In Bad Economy, MBA Degree Beckons

Mirroring a national trend, applications to the UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s two-year Full-Time MBA program are up 50 percent from last year, the school’s admission office reports.