July 23, 2016

News Category: Major News

Berkeley-Haas Launches Human Rights & Business Initiative The initiative combines existing and new courses with cutting-edge research and outreach programs to help companies devise their own human rights strategies. (02/01/2016)

Professor Advises World's Largest Government-Owned Investment Fund How should one of the world’s biggest pools of money be invested? (02/01/2016)

Why Entrepreneurs Don't Lose (01/26/2016)

Women Have the Edge in Crowdfunding (01/26/2016)

First Berkeley-Haas Startups Receive Seed Funding Shahidah Abdul Rashid & Howard O, MBA 17, are among the grant recipients (01/26/2016)

The Berkeley MBA for Executives Program Graduates 69 Students About 450 people gathered at Zellerbach Hall Saturday for graduation ceremonies. (01/20/2016)

Bringing Passion and Wit to Accounting: Lecturer Suneel Udpa Honored for Lifetime Achievement (01/19/2016)

Berkeley-Haas Open Innovation Ties to India Deepen Catherine Wolfram, Ganesh Iyer, and Solomon Darwin honor India's president. (01/19/2016)

EMBA Students Meet Janet Yellen, Members of Congress During D.C. Immersion (01/18/2016)

Classified: Measuring the Effectiveness of Nonprofit Programs A new Social Impact Metrics course assigns students real-world projects. (01/14/2016)

Negotiation Tip: Gain Sympathy and Gain the Advantage (01/12/2016)

Startup Roundup: The Vet Set, TrueCare24, BrightDay Students and recent alumni starting new businesses and social enterprises. (01/11/2016)

Center for Entrepreneurship & Development in the Middle East Joins Haas (12/15/2015)

Prof. Malmendier Honored with Prestigious Grant Bessel Research Award promotes cooperation among global top scholars. (12/15/2015)

Faculty Bring Top Execs to Class (12/14/2015)

Infographic: Hiring Strong, Entrepreneurship on the Rise for Full-time MBAs More than 95 percent of job seekers in the Full-time Berkeley MBA Class of 2015 received offers—and 94 percent accepted offers—within three months of graduation. The class, which showed a strong bent for social impact and entrepreneurship, also had a slight uptick in salaries. (12/14/2015)

Berkeley-Haas Raises Record Amount During Big Give (11/30/2015)

Prof. Severin Borenstein Wins Lifetime Achievement Award Borenstein has spent nearly 30 years since researching and analyzing energy markets. (11/18/2015)

Classified: Game Theory Class Turns to “Survivor” for Life Lessons Prof. John Morgan uses a game modeled after the CBS reality show to teach students. (11/17/2015)

Big Give Fundraising Blitz Begins Wednesday Haas aiming to beat its 2014 results when the 24-hour fundraiser kicks off at 9 p.m. PST. (11/16/2015)

Three Berkeley-Haas Leaders Make Thinkers50 List (11/12/2015)

Prof. Vissing-Jorgensen Wins International Finance Award Honored with the Swiss Finance Institute's Outstanding Paper Award for a study on debt. (11/12/2015)

Haas to Honor Novartis CEO Joseph Jimenez, MBA 84, at Nov. 13 Gala Jimenez has positioned the company to anticipate future health care trends. (11/10/2015)

Berkeley-Haas Joins Global Network for Advanced Management as 2nd US Member School (11/05/2015)

Moskowitz Prize Awarded to Study Finding Markets Value Transparent Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions The Berkeley-Haas Center for Responsible Business has awarded its 2015 Moskowitz Prize to a paper by University of Geneva Asst. Prof. Philipp Krüger that found the stock market values companies that are mandated to report greenhouse gas emissions and that these effects appear to be strongest in carbon-intensive industries. (11/05/2015)

Haas Students Team with Facebook for Tech Challenge Facebook CIO Tim Campos, BCEMBA 11, will be a judge at the annual tech Case Competition. (11/02/2015)

Twelve Finance Fellowships Awarded to MBA Students The fellowships recognize aspiring business leaders who demonstrate strong career goals, symbolize Haas values. (11/02/2015)

New Cleantech Startup Competition Offers $100K Prize & Mentoring Seven finalists teams—which include four Haas students—are receiving 15 weeks of entrepreneurial training and a chance for the grand prize. (11/02/2015)

Financial Leaders Gather for Inaugural Clausen Conference Influential financial leaders — including the chief economist of the IMF, one of President Clinton’s key former economic advisors, and the president of the SF Federal Reserve Bank — will gather Nov. 21 to discuss the future of US and global finance at the Clausen Center’s inaugural Conference on Global Economic issues. (11/02/2015)

Asst. Prof. Ming Hsu: Bringing Brains to Marketing The future of marketing points to brain scans, which promise to take some of the guesswork out of the field. (10/26/2015)