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Enlightened Solutions: Modular Housing Developments for L.A.’s Homeless

A company incubated as an MBA capstone project lands $23.8 million in public funding to address the city’s housing crisis

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Los Angeles Startups Showcase a Diversity of Thought

Tech exemplar Adam Miller (MBA/J.D. ’94) launched Cornerstone OnDemand in L.A. before it was “socially acceptable”

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Will Silicon Beach’s Rising Tide Raise All Boats?

Easton Technology Management Center panel offers insight into tech job creation in Southern California

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Poets & Quants

Meet the MBA Class of 2021: The Go-Getters

“On the corner of “eccentricity” and “mania” – if you hit “certainty” then you’ve gone too far.”

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From The Blog

UCLA’s Hershfield: Creative People Are Hardwired to See Further

Professor of the Week, Hal E. Hershfield co-authors "Creative Expertise Is Associated with Transcending the Here and Now"

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In The News

Technology-Based Transformation of China and Hong Kong

Professor Terry Kramer moderated a conversation with students on the regional and global implications

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In The News

The Pitch-Perfect View

Startups from the Venture Accelerator at UCLA Anderson pitch to the nation’s top business journalists

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In The News

Peter Rossi Receives 2019 ISMS Fellow Award

The honor recognizes Rossi’s many contributions to the science and study of marketing

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Alumni Stories

 

A Firm Foundation

Private equity investor John R. Muse (’74) explains how entrepreneurship differentiates UCLA Anderson

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The Accidental Mayor

Tech industry veteran Lisa Matichak (’89) got involved in politics, now she’s mayor of Mountain View

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From The Blog

The Arts of the MBA

UCLA Anderson alumni apply finance experience to nonprofit management

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In The News

Kristine Pearce: A Career Re-Launch Story

The UCLA Anderson program for alumnae reentering the workforce opens up possibilities

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At Chipotle, You Are What You Eat

For Chris Brandt (’98), chief marketing officer of Chipotle, It’s not just lunch, it’s a lifestyle choice

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From The Blog

It’s Friendlier with Two

Twin brothers working in rapidly changing industries diverged professionally but count their similarities as an advantage

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Behavioral Economics Could Increase Obamacare Enrollment and Stabilize Markets

Greater subsidies aren’t enough: Lowering the complexity of enrollment is needed to bring more and healthier people into the market

Greater subsidies aren’t enough: Lowering the complexity of enrollment is needed to bring more and healthier people into the market
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