The War Over Work From Home: The Data CEOs And Workers Need To Know
In Forbes, Professor Emeritus Kim Elsbach says her research has found that when people are seen in the office, even when nothing is known about the quality of their work, they are perceived as more reliable and dependable than remote workers.
Dean Interview: UC Davis Dean H. Rao Unnava Explores the Changing Face of Business Education and MBA’s Significance in 2023
PaGalGuy, India's largest student networking website, interviews Dean Unnava about his resolute commitment to empowering students beyond mere business knowledge. Instead, he emphasizes equipping them with the adaptability and resilience required to thrive in the ever-changing business landscape.
Lucas Haskins Honored among Poets&Quants' Class of 2023 "MBAs to Watch"
Now in its 9th year, P&Q's list spotlights MBAs poised to make a big impact
Congratulations to Full-Time MBA Lucas Haskins, recognized by Poets&Quants among the nation's "MBAs to Watch" who have the potential to make a big difference in business and beyond. Check out his interview and profile.
Company Disclosures of $2 Trillion in New Asset and Liabilities for Leases Confuse More Than They Clarify
New SEC rules not fair, favor big asset managers vs. average investor
Professor Paul Griffin and his coauthors reveal in their just-published study that new SEC rules for company financial disclosures of $2 trillion worth of leased assets and lease obligations may not have been fair for all investors.
Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich Invested In Startups That Received U.S. Government Contracts
Professor Ayako Yasuda: start-ups may struggle to trace financial sources.
It’s not unusual for startups to be in the dark about where the money they’re raising is coming from, especially in funding rounds where VC firms and funds may pool resources from a number of investors, said Professor Ayako Yasuda.
How To Handle The Overly Competitive Friend In Your Life Because, TBH, It Can Be Exhausting
Is competition always bad? It depends on what's driving it, and competition exists on a spectrum. "People who are high in trait competitiveness will tend to perceive a non-competitive situation as being competitive, " said Professor Stephen Garcia.
MBA and Ph.D. Candidates Bring Healthcare Innovation to Market
Big Bang! journey offers rich immersion in entrepreneurship
UC Davis MBA alumna Regina Hoang is now CEO of Storx Technologies, the 2022 Big Bang! Business Competition top prize winner. She reflects on the experience and how the company's transabdominal fetal pulse oximeter will transform labor and delivery.
Chinatown Foot Patrol Works to Keep Oakland's AAPI Community Safe
Lecturer Marc Lowe: "I wanted to do something to help the Chinese community."
For a story kicking off Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, CBS News interviews Lecturer Marc Lowe as he joins a highly visible citizens' foot patrol group in Oakland's Chinatown to help deter hate crimes in the area.
Mika Shang Honored among Poets&Quants' 100 Best & Brightest MBAs
Now in its 9th year, P&Q's Best & Brightest celebrates MBA excellence
Congratulations to second-year Full-Time MBA Mika Shang, recognized among the business school movers and shakers who "rally their peers; the mentors who champion; the visionaries who awaken; and the volunteers who shoulder the heaviest burdens."
Why Does Sports Programming Cost So Much? Here's What an Expert Says
Assistant Professor Mike Palazzolo: it's all about deals media made with the leagues
"Sports, especially playoffs in particular, are ultimately sold to the highest bidder. Networks are generally willing to pay a large sum of money to get those contracts because they bring so many eyeballs to their network," Palazzolo said.