Former Intel CEO Paul S. Otellini, MBA 74, an innovator who left his mark on the computing industry and inspired a global workforce, maintained a lifelong connection with the school he said laid the foundation for his success. Otellini died Oct. 2 at his home in Sonoma County. He was 66. The first non-engineer to
Haas In The Headlines
Wall Street JournalOct 4
Amazon is now a top recruiter at business schools, including Berkeley-Haas.
Anita Darden Gardyne, MBA 88, founded Onēva, which helps people find child, adult, and elder care in the Bay Area.
Poets & QuantsOct 3
Berkeley-Haas welcomed two new assistant professors this fall: Guo Xu in Business and Public Policy and Abhishek Nagaraj in the Management of Organizations Group.