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Professor Ayako Yasuda reviews trends in private equity, venture capital, and her metrics for social entrepreneurship as part of the 2020 Academic and Practitioner Symposium.
Professor Brad Barber explains the new phenomenon of people using investment platforms to trade stocks vs. sports betting—many have lost large portions of their savings.
Lecturer Suzy Taherian discusses the future of telework, arguing bosses and employees alike have found in the past four months that working from home is agreeable in most cases.
Businesses beware; Lecturer Suzy Taherian in Forbes warns companies to be on the lookout for phony charities. IRS says ‘Dirty Dozen’ tax scams could result in a $27 billion hit for businesses.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian details China’s recent 25-year deal in the Middle East and discusses four major trends that have hurt the economic and political clout of United States internationally.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian details a growing market for adults over 50, who are adopting new tech such as smartphones and smart home technology, at about the same pace as 18-49 year-olds.
UC Davis Professor Shannon Anderson tells Scripps National News bulk purchases continue to trigger demand surges in the supply chain as COVID-19 cases rise again.
Lecturer Suzy Taherian’s book, “The 80/20 CFO: How to Make Strategic Transformations in Your Company,” is No. 1 on a Forbes’ list of recommended summer reading.
Lindsay Laughlin MBA 21 was recently selected to serve as a UC Davis Fellow on the YoloArts board of directors, the central arts organization serving all of Yolo County.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian interviews Sajal Kohli, a Senior Partner at McKinsey, to discuss his companies’ latest U.S. consumer sentiment survey and corresponding insight about market behaviors.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian discusses the recovery forecast for 2021 after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke last week suggesting this will be one of the fastest recoveries in memory.
Alum Tre Borden MBA 11 joins a dozen black, LGBTQ entrepreneurs to discuss his art-consulting, production and media company in Forbes, sharing his biggest challenges, his advice and his proudest moment.
Professor Shannon Anderson says to expect sparse inventory at discount stores for a while because many household items are made in Southeast Asia, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian says the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s report led energy players to cut spending and shed jobs amid continued low oil prices.
Big Bang! winner StartBio, a UC Davis team with MBA student Teri Slack, created the Rapid Homogenous Point-of-Care Evaluation (HoPE) innovation to identify ischemic stroke patients.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian says business leaders shouldn’t ignore the crucial task of rebuilding company culture following changes to corporate strategies and processes due to COVID-19.
AI is hyped as the next transformative tech, says Lecturer Suzy Taherian. Innovative AI startups like PHIXED SYSTEMS, based on UC Davis research, can help create jobs.
If your team has been slow to get on the same wavelength, Dean H. Rao Unnava and Professor Vasu Unnava found coffee may be the trick to get back on track.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian says AI startups like PHIXED at UC Davis, for example, can move the pharma industry towards biomanufacturing 4.0 and create additional data-analysis jobs.