When middle school student Pedro Petcov arrived for summer session at the Berkeley Business Academy for Youth (B-BAY) at the Haas School of Business in 2015, he was unsure about whether he wanted to pursue a career in business. “It’s a big decision,” said Petcov, 16, now a junior at Langley High School in Fairfax
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Assoc. Adj. Professor Kellie McElhaney launched the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership last November. Through specialized courses, fellowships, and student research teams, McElhaney wants the center to help graduate more women—and men—who understand the business value of equity and how to achieve it.
The U.S. and China concluded a weekend of discussion with tough talk and little more. "I think that it's almost inevitable that the U.S. will put tariffs on some Chinese goods here," said William Zarit, MBA 83, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China. "But I just don't think it will last very long."
PG&E’s stock price fell dramatically when the wine country fires began. Assoc. Prof. Lucas Davis said policymakers should try to spread risk across all entities that are able to prevent fires, including utilities, homeowners, and local governments.