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Private Equity Funds, Sensing Profit in Tumult, Are Propping Up Oil
In an interview with the New York Times, professor Ayako Yasuda discusses private equity investment companies that have pumped billions of dollars into fossil fuel projects, buying up offshore platforms, building new pipelines, and extending
Full Coverage Car Insurance Guide
When should drivers consider getting full coverage auto insurance?
Lecturer Suzy Taherian comments on California insurance options, deductibles, and when drivers consider dropping full coverage from their car insurance policy in her interview with Wallet Hub.
Interest-free Deferred Tuition Offered to UC Davis Online MBA Students
"Our hope is that this is perhaps a groundbreaking way of doing things," says Dean H. Rao Unnava of the new pilot program for interest-free deferred tuition for the Online MBA program.
An Innovative Way To Pay For That MBA Degree
Poets&Quants’ John Byrne writes that Dean Unnava believes the deferred tuition program could increase the available pool of applicants by as much as 20% because it makes the Online MBA degree more accessible to candidates.
The True Secret to MBA Application Success
"The key to MBA application success lies beyond GMAT scores or work experience," says Valerie D. James, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
MBA Team Finds About 23% of Sacramento's Workforce May Leave the Region within Three Years
A new workforce study from the Sacramento Metro Chamber and a team of UC Davis MBA students revealed about a quarter of the more than 400 Sacramento-area workers surveyed may leave the region within three years.
87 Million Americans Will Look at Cars to Buy this Labor Day Weekend
The three-day weekend provided a big boost in car sales, and Professor Hemant Bhargava says that's due to three reasons: pent-up demand, extra money due to federal or state payments, and supply shortages.
Sequoia's China Portfolio Hits Speed Bump After Tech Crackdown
Professor Ayako Yasuda, says regulation of VC investment in online education “fits the overall more confrontational stance of the (Chinese) government to take on the U.S. and assert its dominance as the global superpower,” and in turn, “puts U.S. VCs
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin Named Honorary Professor in New Zealand
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin, a founding faculty member at the GSM, has also been appointed as an Honorary Professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Otago, New Zealand—the country’s oldest university and
Daniel Segel Utilizing MBA to Benefit Others During the Pandemic
Keeping students healthier so they can make the world a better place.
“The (UC Davis) MBA program gave me new skills, capabilities, and connections to get my foot in the tech field,” says Daniel Segel MBA 96, who helped set up the technology the university uses for mass, on-campus COVID testing, and vaccination.
Unnava Reappointed as Graduate School of Management Dean
H. Rao Unnava has served as dean since 2016
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Mary Croughan has reappointed H. Rao Unnava as the dean of the Graduate School of Management for a second five-year term.
Adobe Analytics Challenge: 14 Past Competitors Share How it Impacted Their Careers
Three UC Davis MS in Business Analytics alumni, Ashish Ranshinge, Paridhi Agal, and Vardhini Manivannan, reflect on their experience competing in past Adobe Analytics Challenges and how it "opened doors" for them.