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The Steinmetz Formula Works for Two Generations of Bruins

A father and daughter compare notes on their business school experiences

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Ascending the Summit of Business Ethics

UCLA Anderson students put themselves to the test in case competition on ethical leadership

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A Partnership to Champion Diversity in Entertainment

UCLA Anderson’s Center for MEMES partners with Howard University to address a persistent challenge for the industry

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Biases Can Interfere With Retirement Decisions

Future retirees who don’t favor annuities are risk-averse, Professor Suzanne Shu told attendees of the Plan Sponsor Council of America Conference 

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Is Social Enterprise the New Business-as-Usual?

Social impact management consultant Gayle Northrop (’96) teaches mission-driven corporate models

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Pushing Limits, in Business and on the Trail

Russell Benaroya ('03) says Anderson fueled his entrepreneurial spirit and desire to make a mark

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Alumni Stories

 

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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Coming to G.R.I.P.S. with Executive Coaching

Sara Tucker (’88) teaches teams and individuals how mindfulness enables better leadership

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Joel Fried (’86) Grateful for the Chance UCLA Anderson Took On Him

Now the alumnus supports the school in multiple ways and will be honored with the 2019 John E. Anderson Distinguished Service Award

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Kate Pletcher (’07) Brings People Together to Help Them Succeed

The alumna to receive the 2019 Outstanding Alumni Service Award

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This Donor Launched His Company From UCLA Anderson’s “Platform for Opportunities”

A recruiting pitch persuaded Nate Franklin (’08) to put his energy into renewable power

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Facebook Develops Tech Solutions to Meet Client Challenges

Gene Alston (J.D./MBA ’97) and his team help businesses grow by building new communities and attracting new customers.

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