November 2010

November 18, 2010

SmartMoney
Win Big -- by Avoiding Bank Sweepstakes
Noah Goldstein was quoted in a SmartMoney article today about sweepstakes and offers created by credit card companies that encourage bad spending habits among consumers.

Human Resources
Performance Reviews Get a Bad Grade
Samuel Culbert was quoted in a Human Resources piece yesterday about workplace performance reviews.    

November 17, 2010

Forbes India
4 Ideas to Shape the Future of Finance
Bhagwan Chowdhry's Financial Access at Birth (FAB) Campaign was included in a Forbes India article today about four revolutionary ideas that will provide the world's underprivileged with access to formal financial systems.    

November 16, 2010

NPR
Putting Performance Reviews on Probation
Samuel Culbert was featured on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" last week to discuss his views on workplace performance reviews.   

Associated Press
Companies Crank Up the Deals, Put Cash to Work
George Geis was quoted in an Associated Press article yesterday about the recent increase in the volume of mergers and acquisitions as corporations look to position themselves for a stronger economic recovery.

November 12, 2010

CNBC
SBA Helps Veteran-Owned Businesses
UCLA Anderson was included in a CNBC article yesterday about the Small Business Administration's recent expansion of entrepreneurship boot camps for veterans and their families.

Wall Street Journal
New Programs Steer Veterans, Families to Entrepreneurship
UCLA Anderson was included in a Wall Street Journal article yesterday about the Small Business Administration's recent expansion of entrepreneurship boot camps for veterans and their families.

Smart Money
7 Sales Pitches You Can't Resist
Noah Goldstein was included in a Smart Money article on Wednesday about seven sales pitches retailers use to appeal to consumers.

Los Angeles Times
Audits of City Finances Often Cover Up Serious Problems
Eric Sussman was quoted in a Los Angeles Times piece yesterday about audits that reveal serious financial problems cities are dealing with.

Sacramento Bee
The State Worker: Jerry Brown Won't Have to Say "No" to One Big Contributor
Daniel J.B. Mitchell was quoted in a Sacramento Bee article yesterday about a new three-year labor deal signed by California's biggest state employee union.

DC Velocity
Continued coverage of the November 2010 Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index was featured in DC Velocity on Tuesday.

November 9, 2010

Calculated Risk & iMarketNews
The November 2010 Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index was featured in Calculated Risk and iMarketNews today.  Ed Leamer was quoted.

November 8, 2010

Wall Street Journal
Human-Resource Executives Say Reviews Are Off the Mark
Samuel Culbert was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article today about human resource executives who are beginning to oppose employee performance reviews.

Los Angeles Business Journal
October Price Fall a First Since End of Tax Credits
Paul Habibi was quoted in a Los Angeles Business Journal piece today about the decrease in real estate prices since the expiration of federal home buying tax credits.

November 4, 2010

Washington Post
What if Bernanke Didn't Get it Right?
David Shulman was quoted in a Washington Post piece yesterday about the possible repercussions of the Federal Reserve's recent purchase of $600 billion in long-term Treasury bonds in order to help boost the economy.   

Professional Pensions
Bad Habits Make Smarter Saving
Shlomo Benartzi's paper, "Save More Tomorrow: Using Behavioral Economics to Increase Employee Saving," was included in a Professional Pensions article today about financial plans that capitalize on behavioral traits to increase retirement savings.

Daily Bruin
Gov. Brown Back in Town
Daniel J.B. Mitchell was quoted in a Daily Bruin piece yesterday about the victories of Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer in Tuesday's elections.

November 2, 2010

The Globe and Mail
Republican or Democrat: Which is Better for Stocks?
Pedro Santa-Clara's paper, "The Presidential Puzzle: Political Cycles and the Stock Market," was featured in The Globe and Mail yesterday in an article about the impact of politics on the economy.

CBS Moneywatch
What's Worse: Heedless Spending or Reckless Tax Cuts?
Pedro Santa-Clara's paper, "The Presidential Puzzle: Political Cycles and the Stock Market," was featured in CBS Moneywatch yesterday in an article about the impact of politics on the economy.

Arizona Republic
ASU Weighs Severing State Funding to Aid Law School
UCLA Anderson was included in an Arizona Republic piece today about schools at state universities that are attempting to move toward a financially self-sufficient business model.

Clear Admit
UCLA Anderson School of Management Celebrates 75 Years of "Business Beyond Usual"
UCLA Anderson was featured in a Clear Admit blog post yesterday about the School's 75th anniversary and the UCLA Anderson Impact Map.

November 1, 2010

Wall Street Journal
The Trouble with Condos
Paul Habibi was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article on Friday about condominium owners that are facing more financial difficulties than owners of single-family homes.

Washington Post
Federal Reserve's, Bernanke's Credibility on Line with New Move to Boost Economy
David Shulman was quoted in a Washington Post piece today about the possible repercussions of the Federal Reserve's new attempts to boost the economy.

Daily Finance
Most Americans Say the Recession Isn't Over Yet
David Shulman was quoted in a Daily Finance article on Saturday about nationwide skepticism regarding the recovery of the economy. 
 

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