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National Career Fair Workshop
Wednesday May 1st & 8th at 12pm-2pm, 2102 Gallgher Hall

The Marketing Association is proud to host this two-day National Career Fair Workshop in conjunction with the Career Development team. This is a two day INTENSIVE event and is open to all current first year students.

Location: 2102 Gallagher Hall
Dates: May 1 and May 8
Times: 12 PM to 2 PM on both days
1st Day: Presentation, information, Q&A
2nd Day: Exercises, individual feedback, and prizes

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Survey: Despite challenges, California wine execs remain hopeful

Despite a predicted long-term shortage of winegrapes and continuing economic pressures, California wine leaders are cautiously optimistic about the industry’s future.

Those are the results of two surveys conducted by the University of California, according to a news release.

Robert Smiley, an emeritus professor and former dean of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, has surveyed wine executives the past 11 years and winemakers for 21 years.

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Survey: Despite challenges, California wine execs remain hopeful

Despite a predicted long-term shortage of winegrapes and continuing economic pressures, California wine leaders are cautiously optimistic about the industry’s future.

Those are the results of two surveys conducted by the University of California, according to a news release.

Robert Smiley, an emeritus professor and former dean of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, has surveyed wine executives the past 11 years and winemakers for 21 years.

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Winemakers look for high-end turnaround

Many wine industry executives are hopeful that “frugality fatigue” has set in with wine drinkers, who traded down from luxury bottles to lower-priced wines during the recession.

Wine executives are reporting optimism about the future, said Robert Smiley, former dean at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, presenting results of an annual survey of wine industry executives.

“We’re going to move back, but slowly, and not all the way back for a long time,” Smiley said. “We may not return to previous levels of conspicuous consumption.”

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Welcome from the ASM!

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The Associated Students of Management is excited to welcome you to the Graduate School of Management community.  As the student government organization, ASM is tasked with enhancing the student experience by partnering with the faculty, staff and administration, providing opportunities for both professional and social growth, and serving as an umbrella organization for all student organizations and clubs. 

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Women wield increasing clout in the workplace

Women are playing an increasingly important role in business. While only 35 women have claimed the corner office in Fortune 1000 companies, that isn’t the only measure of women’s contributions to the business world and in supporting the economic recovery.

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Federal rule could cost shareholders millions

A University of California Davis study concludes that proposed federal rules could cost shareholders billions of dollars.

The study, led by UC Davis Graduate School of Business professor Paul Griffin, examines the costs of requiring businesses to disclose use of minerals from nations linked to human-rights abuses.

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Wine Industry Symposium Slated

The 21st annual Wine Industry Financial Symposium is Sept. 24-25 at the Napa Valley Marriott. As part of this year’s program, Robert Smiley, professor emeritus and director of wine, Graduate School of Management, UC Davis, will again present the results of as telephone survey of industry leaders along with the results of the Wine Industry Financial Symposium Survey. This year’s keynote speaker is Jay Wright, chief operating officer for Constellation Brands.

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Is Lunch a Waste of Time — or a Productivity Booster?

It’s 1:30 p.m. on a weekday, and Yen Ha and Michi Yanagishita have left their office to munch hot dogs and French fries at one of the oldest bars in New York. Elsewhere in the city harried professionals are sitting at their desks and shoveling food into their mouths while they write memos or reply to emails. But Yen and Michi do not care. They are out to lunch, and they don’t feel guilty about it.