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An analysis of private equity funds by MBA alumnus Joncarlo Mark’s Upwelling Capital shows holding funds for longer than 10 years brings more downside risk than upside potential.
The 8th annual Summer Institute for Emerging Managers and Leaders (SIEML) brings together students from Historically Black Colleges (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs). UC Davis will host SIEML in 2020.
On May 24, British prime minister Theresa May announced her resignation with an emotional speech. Research by UC Davis Professor Kimberly Elsbach explores the impact of crying at work and why it’s more acceptable for men.
Respira Labs took home first place and $20,000 at the 2019
Big Bang! Competition at UC Davis Thursday evening for its
innovations in treating chronic obstructive pulmonary
Healthcare Innovation Tops 2019 Big Bang! Competition
Promising startups showcased in annual UC Davis business competition
Physician-scientist Maria Artunduaga won the $20,000 first prize in the 19th Big Bang! Business Competition with an innovative chronic obstructive pulmonary disease breakthrough.
Global Aggies: MBA Change-Maker Competes in U21 Innovation Challenge
MBA Student discusses a world controlled by Corporatocracy
Daniel Student, a Full-Time MBA student at the Graduate School of Management, recently represented UC Davis in the Universitas 21/PwC Innovation Challenge, an international distance learning competition.
Professor Hemant Bhargava warns Sen. Warren’s pledge to break up big tech may impact startup activity, job creation and exits via acquisition going forward.
Professor Brad Barber and former Wall St. executive and MBA alumna May Seeman comment on gender disparities in the financial services and investment fields.
Why do fund managers take their losses on bad stocks too late and their profits on good stocks too early? Professor Brad Barber and his co-author share their research.
UC Davis is expanding its nationally ranked business school to include an online-only MBA program, making it easier for working professionals or other nontraditional students to earn a degree.
The University of California Davis is looking at a large expansion of its Graduate School of Management as the university enters the market for online degrees.
A professor, a VC, and a serial entrepreneur walk into a class . . . a decade later, our UC Davis Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship continues to thrive.
UC Davis MBA Team Completes Global Centers Project in Chile
UC Davis Global Affairs partnered to engage a team of six Part-Time MBA students
UC Davis is developing Global Centers, aimed at expanding the university’s mutually beneficial partnerships and activities in regions around the world. The first one set to launch is the Global Center in Latin America, where six part-time MBA students recently visited.
UC Davis Graduate of Management MBA student Daniel Student was recently announced as a runner-up in the 2018-19 Universitas 21/PwC Innovation Challenge. For his efforts, Student will receive exclusive coaching sessions with the PwC Academy tailored to his career needs.
New research by UC Davis economist Alan Taylor shows that real estate is both a better and safer investment than previously believed.
Professor Hemant Bhargava shares his thoughts on the proposal by Senator Elizabeth Warren to force tech breakups and impose severe restrictions on what remained.
Despite the female appearance and personalities of many robots, their creators are predominantly male. Research by UC Davis Professor Kimberly Elsbach explores why AI is more likely to associate women with domestic tasks.
Japa took top prize in our 2018 UC Davis Big Bang! competition for its smart parking startup. “Smart cities are coming,” says CEO and co-founder Mathew Magno. “With Japa, we can take any third-party data, put it into one app and have the whole bird’s eye view of the transportation industry in a futuristic way.” To date, Japa has raised $250,000 in its seed round with a goal of $500,000.
For investors the takeaway is to be wary of big buyback programs. “…the initial response generally positive, get a little bump in price. Then people start thinking more about what’s going on here, how a firm is performing on an economic basis rather than managed number basis,” says Paul Griffin, a professor at the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management.