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Outcry over Ken Fisher’s inappropriate comments prompted a formal apology and a loss of investments. Professor Brad Barber shares why there are so few women in finance and what can be done to adjust that trend.
Entrepreneur Mark Otero MBA 07, who sold his video game firm to Electronic Arts for $35 mil., has launched a new hedge fund, Alice Capital, which is outperforming the S&P Index.
A new study highlights similar or confusing stock symbols, which leads to widespread confusion for investors. Professor Brad Barber says companies can be connected in others ways some might not fully understand.
On a podcast hosted by by Frank Zaccari, Professor Andrew Hargadon shares about lab-to-market academies and 20th annual Big Bang! Business Competition, programs offered by the UC Davis Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Dubbed Charles Schwab meets Candy Crush. Nudges that investors get through these apps can cause riskier trading behaviors, Prof. Brad Barber tells NBCNews.com.
”A modern-day Renaissance man,” Jason Mikami MBA 96 juggles his executive role at Uber while producing premium wine from his family’s 123-year-old Lodi vineyard.
Sacramento MBA student and Metro EDGE member Justin Virrey shares his journey from the Bay Area to Sacramento and the region’s attraction and strengths.
Christopher Lynch MBA 05 and chief financial officer of Walsh Vineyards Management in Napa, is named one of North Bay Business Journal’s CFO Recognition Awards winners for 2019.
On Forbes.com, Associate Professor Gina Dokko’s take on how automation will impact careers as she led a panel of experts at a recent Academy of Management meeting.
Joe DiNunzio, adjunct professor and executive director of the Mike and Renee Child Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, explains his passion for teaching.
UC Davis Big Bang! winner RePurpose Energy is working to create off-grid electric storage using retired electric car batteries.
Professor Kimberly Elsbach’s eight-week online leadership course named among the top 15 certificate programs to boost your career by CIO.com. Program begins Oct. 16.
Understanding biases can help investors improve decision-making and identify irrationalities. Professor Brad Barber says such bias can cost investors up to 4% annually.
Former Mike and Renee Child Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Executive Director and 2004 GSM alum Cleve Justis shares his thoughts on measuring collaboration and creating tangible results in the non-profit sector.
Professor Kim Elsbach explains her research around crying at work, what co-workers think when they see you cry, how to save face and why a good work cry is so stigmatized in the first place.
Meet alumna Anna Palmer MBA 17, our Sacramento MBA associate director of admissions and member of Sacramento Metro EDGE, which we support as the Platinum Sponsor.
Listen as Professor Hemant Bhargava discusses the pros and cons of tightening U.S. regulations on the likes of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple, and calls for investigations into Big Tech’s antitrust activities.
Dorf has been awarded the UC Davis Medal for his contributions to the Graduate School of Management, engineering, entrepreneurship and tech management.
People with exponential-growth bias tend to underestimate the long-term cost of debt and are more likely to take on expensive loans, according to cited research by Professor Victor Stango.
Professor Robert Yetman and Senior Director of Admissions Andrea Shaw describe the flexibility of the new Online MBA program at the GSM.