Andre Delbecq : Best Paper 2012 : Academy of Management
A paper by Andre Delbecq, Management, recently was named "Best Paper" of the 2012 Academy of Management Meeting.
Meir Statman : Investing in the Wretched : Reuters
Meir Statman’s study of ‘spurned’ companies was cited by Reuters in a column cautioning against heavily investing in highly popular companies.
Kirthi Kalyanam : Safeway's Upgrades Met Economic Headwinds : San Jose Mercury News
Marketing Professor Kirthi Kalyanam told the San Jose Mercury News that although store upgrades had put pressure on Safeway’s profitability, it was the right move for the food retailer.
Drew Starbird : Inside Silicon Valley : KLIV Radio
Dean Drew Starbird was interviewed on KLIV Radio's “Inside Silicon Valley” about the state of business education in the region, broadcast on April 20 and 22.
Drew Starbird : Enrollment up at Silicon Valley’s biggest grad program : Silicon Valley Business Journal
Dean Drew Starbird was interviewed for the April 20 issue of Silicon Valley Business Journal about growth in the graduate business programs
Alexander Field : The Tech Bubble Question : Marketplace
Economics professor Alex Field told Marketplace reporter Queena Kim that talk of a tech bubble, as technology stocks increase in valuation, may be premature
Meir Statman : Investing Bucket List : Reuters
Reuters called work by Meir Statman and Hersh Shefrin an ‘investing bucket list,' enabling investors to manage risk.
Daniel Aguiar : Instagram Heralds Bubble? : Silicon Valley Business Journal
CIE Executive Director Dan Aguiar predicted that entrepreneurial interest in mobile applications would surge, as a result of Facebook’s recent purchase of Instagram, in the April 13 issue of the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Alumna Gisel Ruiz Named Walmart COO
Gisel Ruiz ‘92 was named executive vice president and chief operating officer for Walmart U.S. in February.
LSB Cited for Broad Undergraduate Curriculum: Wall Street Journal
The Leavey School of Business was mentioned by the Wall Street Journal as an undergraduate business program making positive changes in its curriculum to develop critical thinking skills in its students.