SEMI-MONTHLY NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL TOP NEWS COVERAGE FOR NOVEMBER 1-15, 2015

U.S. MEDIA

Believing What You Don’t Believe

The New York Times - Nov 01, 2015 - Jane L. Risen and A. David Nussbaum are, respectively, an associate professor of behavioral science and an adjunct associate professor of behavioral science at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.

Stop sweating on China, it'll be fine: Expert

CNBC/MSN/Yahoo! - Nov 01, 2015 - Randall Kroszner, economics professor at the University of Chicago Booth, says China's transition away from an investment-oriented economy will good for it in the long run.

Inflation is the Fed's key challenge: Expert

CNBC/Yahoo!/MSN - Nov 02, 2015 - Randal Krozsner, economics professor at the University of Chicago Booth, shares when he thinks the Fed will hike and how U.S. jobs data will affect the central bank's decision.

The Hidden Reasons People Spend Too Much

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 02, 2015 - Abigail Sussman, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, had a theory: Saving money makes people feel financially responsible.

Conservatives Don't Have a Secret Formula for Growth

Bloomberg View - Nov 02, 2015 - John Cochrane, a highly respected finance professor at University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, has posted a long manifesto about how to boost U.S. economic growth He offers a very standard list of conservative and libertarian ideas -- lower taxes, slash regulation, privatize education and increase immigration.

Yellen Faces Tough Decisions on Interest Rates

Bloomberg - Nov 02, 2015 - “We have very good estimates of how quantitative easing affected interest rates,” says Amir Sufi, a professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Investor Ackman defends Valeant in 4-hour conference call

Los Angeles Times - Nov 01, 2015 - Steven Kaplan, a finance professor at the University of Chicago, said it's far from clear that Ackman's Valeant gambit will work out for his investors.

The 6 most important factors to consider when choosing your MBA

USA Today - Nov 02, 2015 - Employment status...University of Chicago: 97.2%

SKARBECK: Investors make emotions their own worst enemy

Indiana Business Journal - Nov 01, 2015 - Shiller’s theories attack one of the seminal financial theories developed in 1965 by University of Chicago professor Eugene Fama called the Efficient Market Hypothesis.

Best Business Books 2015: Strategy

strategy+business - Nov 02, 2015 - As confirmed rationalists — Sunstein is a law professor at Yale University and a former regulatory official in the Obama administration, and (Reid) Hastie is a psychologist at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business — they are confident that we can iron out some of the flaws in human nature.

The Best Foodie Cities in Which to Get Your MBA

Beat the GMAT - Nov 02, 2015 - Chicago, Illinois – Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

Merchants Watch Online Sales Data for Shifts in Buying Habits

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 15, 2015 - Consumers have been less inclined to buy certain products online, particularly those in some of the largest retail categories, such as food and beverages or drugs and health care, said Chad Syverson, an economist at the University of Chicago.

AP FACT CHECK: Clinton on Donors, Sanders on Wage Inequality

Associated Press/U.S. News & World Report - Nov 15, 2015 - Still, there is no consensus. The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business asked more than 40 economists if raising the minimum to $15 an hour by 2020 would "substantially" eliminate jobs for low-wage workers.

A Tax-Cutting Move That Pfizer Can Hardly Resist

The New York Times - Nov 14, 2015 - As a matter of fact, Pfizer’s adroit tax accounting is featured in a textbook — “Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses,” now in its 14th edition. Roman L. Weil, professor emeritus at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, is one of the book’s authors.

The psychology behind superstitions

WBEZ - Nov 13, 2015 - University of Chicago Booth School of Business associate professor Jane Risen wrote a paper to be published in an upcoming issue of Psychological Review about research behind the psychology underlying superstitions and magical thinking.

Gifts of experiences are even more rewarding when they benefit nonprofits

Chicago Tribune - Nov 13, 2015 - Studies have found that people derive more satisfaction from experiences than from material gifts, such as clothing, jewelry or gadgets, said Amit Kumar, postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, who studies consumer behavior and happiness.

Are Executive MBAs Worth It?

Forbes - Nov 13, 2015 - The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business offers a 21-month EMBA course of study for $174,000, Columbia University’s school’s program costs $163,940 for its 24-month program and the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley’s costs $159,900 for a 19-month course.

Greg Ip: What Republicans Get Wrong About the Gold Standard

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 13, 2015 - In a University of Chicago survey of top academic economists of all ideological persuasions, not one advocated returning to the gold standard. “Love of the gold standard implies macroeconomic illiteracy,” declared respondent Anil Kashyap, also of the University of Chicago.

Bitcoin Can’t Keep It Chill

Bloomberg - Nov 13, 2015 - “If it doesn’t have a stable value, it’s probably not going to survive,” Eugene Fama, the Nobel prize-winning economist, said on a recent podcast.

The Crossroads of Capitalism, Populism in the U.S.

Bloomberg - Nov 13, 2015 - Chicago Booth School of Business Professor Liuigi Zingales talks about the factors holding back growth in the United States and the global growth of populist politics.

This firm wants to bring private equity, venture capital investing to the . . . masses?

Crain's - Nov 13, 2015 - (Neil) Peplinski, 44, co-founded the firm with now-CEO Paul Ingersoll, 49, not long after the pair met at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Q&A: Driven by protests and strikes, US minimum wage rise leaps onto campaign agenda

Associated Press/U.S. News & World Report/ABC - Nov 13, 2015 - The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business asked more than 40 economists if raising the minimum to $15 an hour by 2020 would "substantially" eliminate jobs for low-wage workers. About 40 percent said they were uncertain, while the rest were split.

New Forté Data Shows Impressive Gains in Female MBA Enrollment

Beat the GMAT - Nov 12, 2015 - Among the U.S. schools leading the charge to increase female MBA enrollment are Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, the University of Chicago Booth School, the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and the Yale School of Management, all of which topped 40 percent this year.

Why You Believe in Superstitions—Even Though You Know They’re Not True

Real Simple - Nov 11, 2015 - Associate professor Jane Risen, who led the university study, explained that the brain has two processes when it comes to irrational thought.

Fed's Evans - Looking forward to time when Fed can raise rates

Reuters/Yahoo! - Nov 11, 2015 - Evans made the comments during a discussion of U.S. government debt at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, where some experts proposed that more coordination between the Fed and fiscal authorities could result in a stronger economy, especially when interest rates are pinned near zero and the Fed has little flexibility on policy actions.

Are You Superstitious? Are You Stupid?

Bloomberg/EXAME - Nov 11, 2015 - "People can detect an error but choose not to correct it, a process I refer to as acquiescence," Risen, a behavioral scientist and a professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, writes in the latest issue of the academic journal Psychological Review.

What Harvard MBAs Made This Year

Poets & Quants - Nov 10, 2015 - The median at Wharton and Chicago Booth is $125,000. It was the second year in a row that Harvard grads saw a $5K increase. Only two years ago, the median starting base salary at HBS was $120,000.

Intuition rules over rationality to power superstitions

International Business Times - Nov 10, 2015 - "Even when the conditions are perfect for detecting an error - when people have the ability and motivation to be rational, and when the context draws attention to the error - the magical intuition may still prevail," said researcher Jane Risen from University of Chicago's Booth School of Business in the US.

The Best Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurs 2016

Entrepreneur - Nov 10, 2015 - Over the last five years, its graduates have started 202 companies and have collectively raised $126,862,500 in funding. Over the last ten years, its graduates have started 334 companies and have collectively raised $453,180,800 in funding.

Five investing myths

Christian Science Monitor - Nov 10, 2015 - Richard Thaler, a professor of behavioral finance and economics at the University of Chicago, tweeted during the August stock market correction: “Inhale, exhale. Repeat. Then watch ESPN.”

3 Of The Top 25 Schools For Entrepreneurship Are In Chicago, Princeton Review Says

ChicagoInno - Nov 10, 2015 - Rankings have consistently shown UChicago and Northwestern as top performing schools for entrepreneurship. Both are among the top schools producing venture-backed startups, according to Pitchbook.

Are Women Competitive Enough to Get Good Salaries?

Bloomberg - Nov 10, 2015 - Women who graduated from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business start out earning $26,000 less than men; over time they choose to work in low-paying industries, says the study (PDF), published this month at the National Bureau of Economic Research by professors at Columbia University, Northwestern University, and Chicago.

The Top 50 Schools For Entrepreneurs, 2016

Forbes - Nov 10, 2015 - No. 3, the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business enrolls 2,600 students.

6 Stocks to Soar With a Donald Trump Presidency

The Street/MSN - Nov 10, 2015 - "If the government cut taxes by $10 trillion, it would be a massive short run injection," wrote Austan Goolsbee, an economist at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business and former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors in Washington, D.C., in an email.

Fitch Panel: Structural Reform Key to Emerging Markets' Success

Business Wire/Yahoo! - Nov 10, 2015 - On Nov. 4, Fitch brought together preeminent experts on emerging markets from diverse political, economic and financial backgrounds to debate the future of emerging markets, including: --Austan Goolsbee, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

A lucky shirt may not help the Packers win, but we wear it anyway. Here's why:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Nov 10, 2015 - Associate Professor of Behavioral Science Jane Risen contends that detecting an irrational thought and correcting that thought are two very different processes.

Jobs gains all but guarantee Fed rate hike

Politico - Nov 09, 2015 - “If the Fed moves before the market and the world believes the economy can handle it, people will freak out, that is the only real danger,” said Austan Goolsbee, a professor at the University of Chicago and former top economic adviser to Obama.

Record Number Of Top MBA Programs Hit Gender Diversity Milestones

Business Because - Nov 09, 2015 - Dartmouth’s Tuck School has 42%; Harvard Business School and Chicago Booth both have 41.5%.

Chicago Booth Students Pitch Blackhawk And Win Again At Ross Stock Pitch Competition

Forbes - Nov 09, 2015 - Chicago Booth won the competition for the second year in a row. What stock did they pitch?

A Nobel Prize winner just ripped into bitcoin, saying it 'is likely to go to zero'

Business Insider - Nov 09, 2015 - Professor Eugene Fama, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize for economics, thinks the value of bitcoin "is likely to go to zero," at some point, according to an interview posted on CoinTelegraph.

A Guide to Completing the Chicago Booth MBA Application

Poets & Quants - Nov 07, 2015 - Chicago Booth, perhaps more than many other top b-schools, is particularly intrigued by what you do outside of work and how you are going to be bringing these extracurricular experiences to the Booth community.

Editorial: Jobs die forever every day Springfield does nothing

Chicago Sun-Times - Nov 06, 2015 - Steven J. Davis, a well-respected economics professor from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, has done extensive research on the effects of policy-related uncertainty and sums up the problem best.

The Downside of Being a Super Saver

Time - Nov 06, 2015 - “We’re constantly told that it’s important to save money, which it is, and people believe that having savings makes them responsible,” says Abigail Sussman, assistant professor of marketing at Booth and co-author of the study.

Maybe Financial Markets Have Been Wrong All Along

Bloomberg - Nov 05, 2015 - In the early 1990s, future Nobel-winning finance researcher Eugene Fama and his longtime co-author Kenneth French came up with a partial answer to the puzzle.

A Gold-Standard Backer Finds a Friend in Ted Cruz

Bloomberg - Nov 05, 2015 - Some 40 percent disagreed with the notion that it would make Americans better off, and 53 percent strongly disagreed, according to the survey by the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.

Business School Has Odd Question for Applicants

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 04, 2015 - The highly ranked Booth School of Business wants applicants to choose one of 16 photos of student and campus life that best describes how they would fit in at the school.

The Bank Of Japan Could Do More Than This

Forbes - Nov 04, 2015 - Jing Cynthia Wu of the University of Chicago Booth School of Management, and Fan Dora Xie of the University of California, San Diego, show, that the shadow interest rate for the U.S. is rising, but has not reached the level that justifies a rate hike.

Small Businesses Are Hiring at Faster Rate Than Big Firms

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 04, 2015 - Steven Davis, an economics professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, notes that the formation of new small businesses remains weak and says the recent job growth may reflect strength in the regions or industries where small firms are relatively important.

SVDS Announces New Location in Chicago

PR Newswire/Bloomberg - Nov 04, 2015 - Chicago also offers a high-energy technology start-up scene and an ever-growing pool of talent, thanks to programs at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Northwestern University, and other top institutions.

Foxtrot finds dance partners

Crain's - Nov 03, 2015 - Investors include Mark Tebbe, a serial entrepreneur and adjunct professor at University of Chicago's Booth School of Business; venture capitalist and angel investor Lon Chow, and Kevin Price, chief financial officer of Trunk Club.

Where Richard Thaler Goes Wrong About Nudge

Forbes - Nov 01, 2015 - It is, of course, hugely dangerous as well as startlingly presumptive for a mere economic scribbler like to me to advise an economist as prestigious as Richard Thaler.

Keep Stock-Market Apps Off Your Phone

The Wall Street Journal - Nov 01, 2015 - In one lab experiment by professors Richard Thaler, Amos Tversky, Daniel Kahneman and Alan Schwartz, subjects were far more likely to invest in the safer option when feedback was given more frequently.

An economist's answer to digital disruption

Financial Review - Nov 01, 2015 - There's now a fairly long list of intellectuals responsible for the spread of this subversive idea. Somewhere near the top is economist Richard Thaler, who has just published an odd and interesting professional memoir, Misbehaving.

Americans saved money on gas and then spent those savings on gas

Business Insider - Nov 01, 2015 - Back in September we highlighted a passage from behavioral economist Richard Thaler's latest book "Misbehaving," which noted that during the sharp decline in oil prices seen during the financial crisis, consumers didn't save the extra money or spend it on something else, they simply bought higher quality gas.

Media Outside the U.S.

How a little nudge can lead to better decisions

Financial Times - Nov 16, 2015 - When Richard Thaler signs copies of the best-selling book Nudge, which he co-authored with legal scholar Cass Sunstein, he always writes “Nudge for good” next to his name.

Top 20 best business schools world

Vietbao - Nov 16, 2015 - (Translation) This is the first time Bloomberg surveyed the master training program business (MBA) to choose the top 20 business schools in the world.

The big score: making or breaking China’s consumer credit market

South China Morning Post - Nov 15, 2015 - “The best way to develop the middle class is to have credit allocated by meritocracy and not by connections,” says Randal Kroszner, a former US Federal Reserve governor and a professor at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

2015, "The Economist" Global MBA Colleges TOP100 rankings

Sohu.com - Nov 13, 2015 - (Translation) Students who intend to study abroad business school attention to it! The latest study welfare coming! Recently, the "Economist" (The Economist) published "Which MBA" 2015 full-time global MBA rankings, the University of Chicago Booth School won the first, and the Darden School of the University of Virginia from third place last year jumped to second in the world behind in order: Dartmouth Tuck School of Business, Harvard Business School, HEC Paris.

University of Chicago Booth School of Business EMBA in Hong Kong can also be read!

NOW News - Nov 13, 2015 - (Translation) Booth School of Business Dean • Sunil Kumar (Sunil Kumar) that, in large multinational companies expanding trend, personnel must understand the different cultural backgrounds, and adapt changing environment, for the development of both technical capability and communication skills business leaders, Booth except for students to play steady measurement, management, negotiation and other basic courses, also in response to internet technology, the newly opened "a huge amount of data analysis", "digital marketing (Digital Marketing)," "machine program use (Machine Learning) "," Padre (Platform Competition) "and other courses, including" global Entrepreneurship challenge (Global New Venture challenge), "a course, and even groups of students from different countries across the sea, self-use communications software links, discussion, direct business practice across the sea.

The Top Ten Accounting Schools in the United States

Sohu.com - Nov 13, 2015 - (Translation) Booth School of world-famous, mainly because it has an internationally renowned teaching staff, and has a strong position in a number of areas, including finance, strategy, international business, corporate leadership, overall management, economics, accounting, marketing and innovation EMBA program.

You do not win the lottery more Friday the 13th (but it does not prevent you from playing)

Le Huffington Post - Nov 13, 2015 - (Translation) According to the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, superstition and rationality can very well coexist.

It's Friday the 13th, black day for paraskevidékatriaphobie

LE TEMPS - Nov 13, 2015 - (Translation) According to a study from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business marked by the site ScienceDaily, "superstition and rationality can very well coexist."

Are you superstitious? Are you stupid?

Today - Nov 13, 2015 - Dr Jane Risen thinks she knows why people get a little nervous around black cats and Friday the 13th. The rational part of their brains lets the irrational part have its way for a while.

Busting some myths about value premiums

Gulf News - Nov 13, 2015 - In the early 1990s, future Nobel-winning finance researcher Eugene Fama and his longtime co-author Kenneth French came up with a partial answer to the puzzle.

Hong Kong liked by top research institutions

Brunei Times - Nov 12, 2015 - In Hong Kong, for the first time, a University of Chicago centre will be designed from the beginning to accommodate both the Chicago Booth Executive MBA and the broad-ranging engagement of the university as a whole, he noted.

Women Earn Less Than Men ‘Because They Are Less Competitive’

Yahoo! UK - Nov 12, 2015 - Researchers at the University of Chicago asked 400 first-year MBA students to compete in a gambling-style game.

Evans: expect the US economy is strong to withstand the Fed to raise interest rates

Sina - Nov 12, 2015 - Hearing on Wednesday (November 11th) well-known to foreign media reports pointed out that when the United States on Tuesday, Chicago Fed President Evans discussed the issue of public debt in the United States, University of Chicago Booth School (Booth School of Business), said looks forward to the US economy is strong enough to when the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates bear.

Why indexing outperforms stock-picking

New Zealand Herald - Nov 12, 2015 - J.B. Heaton is an attorney with Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar and Scott in Chicago. Nicholas G. Polson is professor of econometrics and statistics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Pulled back in

The Economist - Nov 12, 2015 - Research from Atif Mian and Emil Verner of Princeton University and Amir Sufi of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business also suggests, albeit tentatively, that the link between rising debt and falling GDP growth is weaker where lending is to companies and not households.

Scientists decode why superstitions are hard to shake

Deccan Chronicle - Nov 11, 2015 - The study by researchers including Jane Risen, Associate Professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in US found that even when people recognise that their belief does not make sense, they can still allow that irrational belief to influence how they think, feel and behave.

MIT to launch 'Innovation Node' in HK

Xinhua News/China Daily Asia - Nov 10, 2015 - The center, which is already home to the Chicago Booth Executive MBA Program in Asia, is also a home for University of Chicago faculty, graduate students and undergraduates working in Hong Kong and throughout Asia.

'No exit strategy' in Hong Kong as rise in US interest rates looms

South China Morning Post - Nov 09, 2015 - "At the end of 2008, no one thought that we would be debating in 2015 or 2016 when the first increase in rates would occur," Randall Kroszner, a member of the board of governors at the Fed at the onset of the global financial crisis, said in an interview with the South China Morning Post.

UChicago Professor: the mainland market is at adolescence

Hong Kong Commercial Daily - Nov 05, 2015 - (Translation) Randall S. Kroszner, a Professor of Economics in Chicago Booth, stated that the economy in Mainland China is undergoing a transition from export-driven to local consumption-driven.

TfL's Uber crackdown in London will cost drivers £19m a year

The Telegraph - Nov 03, 2015 - The consensus among economists is that the arrival of Uber has made consumers better off. All 40 influential academics polled by the Chicago Booth School of Business thought the service benefited consumers.

Free Lunch: Costly competitiveness

Financial Times - Nov 03, 2015 - Nudge for good not evil, says Richard Thaler, who examines some nudges — behavioural “prompts” — that fall short (including one by The Times).

Determining equity market’s attractiveness

The Malaysian Reserve - Nov 02, 2015 - Indeed, research conducted by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French (Fama-French), two of the most influential economists in the world, provided insights on long-term mean reversion in stock market returns between 1926 and 1985, with three-year returns and five-year returns showing negative correlations of 25% and 40% respectively.

Former Governor of the Federal Reserve System said that, “The inclusion of RMB into SDR is still uncertain”

finance.qq.com - Nov 01, 2015 - (Translation) (Randall) Kroszner said that the new RMB exchange rate reform in August, was generally welcomed, since making changes in the exchange rate more in line with market conditions.

Alumni

iPoint Announces New Hire for U.S. Team

PR Newswire/CNBC/Fox - Nov 02, 2015 - Eric's (Smith) extensive experience is enhanced by his B.S. degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, followed by his MBA in Marketing and Finance from the University of Chicago.

The Private Risk Management Association Bestows Sara Hamilton with Inaugural PRMA Industry Leader Award.

PR Newswire/Bloomberg/Fox - Nov 02, 2015 - Through her role as CEO of Family Office Exchange, Sara has advised over 750 family groups around the globe. Additionally, Sara (Hamilton)... Serves on the Executive Education faculty of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business for the course on Private Wealth Management offered twice a year in Chicago;

Wealth Management Leader Summit Trail Advisors Expands its Investment Research Team

Business Wire/Bloomberg/Yahoo! - Nov 02, 2015 - Mr. (Ben) Johnson is a graduate of Utah State, received his MBA from University of Chicago, and is a CFA. He will be based in Chicago.

Oaktree founder attacks hedge fund fees

Financial Times - Nov 02, 2015 - (Howard Marks) Education 1967 BS in economics, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; 1970 MBA, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

Kevin Grogan is Appointed as CEO of Flexible Packaging, DS Smith, Plastics Division

PR Newswire/CNBC/Fox - Nov 01, 2015 - Mr. (Kevin) Grogan holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business, as well as a Bachelor's degree in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.

MBA To CEO: 42% Of Top Fortune 100 Chiefs Have MBA Degrees

Business Because - Nov 02, 2015 - Elsewhere in the US, Duke University’s Fuqua School graduated Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO; NYU Stern’s alumni include Gerald Hassell, chief of the bank BNY Mellon; and Chicago Booth lays claim to Satya Nadella, who leads Microsoft.

Paolo Pucci and Nicholas Vahanian Appointed to Board of Directors of NewLink Genetics

GlobeNewswire/Marketplace/CNN - Nov 13, 2015 - Mr. Paolo Pucci holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is a graduate of the Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.

FTI Consulting Bolsters Telecom, Media & Technology Practice

Globe Newswire/Marketplace/CNN - Nov 12, 2015 - Mr. (Tim) Hanlon holds an M.B.A from the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business, and a B.A. from Georgetown University.

GN's headset division retrieves new CFO at Chr. Hansen

Borsen - Nov 12, 2015 - (Translation) Peter la Cour Gormsen has a M.Sc. in economics and finance from Aarhus University and is a graduate of Chicago Booth School of Business AMP program.

HOOAH! These US military veterans now have big roles on Wall Street

Business Insider - Nov 11, 2015 - Kelsey Martin spent more than a decade with the US military, first studying economics at the US Naval Academy and then as a fighter pilot and as an electronic warfare instructor. After his time in the Navy, he headed to the Booth Business School at the University of Chicago for his MBA.

6 crucial career lessons we can all learn from Navy SEALs

Business Insider - Nov 11, 2015 - After graduating from DePaul University, earning executive education certificates from Kellogg, Chicago Booth, and DePaul's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, and working as a consultant for a non-profit agency in Chicago, Joe Musselman became the sixteenth man in his family to join the US Military.

Schoolhound Aims To Be The Consumer Reports For Schools

ChicagoInno - Nov 10, 2015 - (Dylan) Hall, who has a degree in computer science from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and an MBA from University of Chicago Booth spent a year developing the backend and machine learning.

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan first Indian to be appointed BIS Vice Chairman The Times of India - Nov 10, 2015 "Raghuram Rajan was elected as the vice-chairman, the board of directors of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), at its meeting in Basel held on Monday for a period of three years from November 10, 2015," the RBI said in a release on its website.

GrubHub for Apple TV makes ordering in a spectator sport

Chicago Tribune - Nov 10, 2015 - “Now, when people watch their favorite shows or movies with friends and family, everyone can view menus at the same time,” CEO and co-founder Matt Maloney said in a statement.

Wells Fargo Names Patrice DeCorrevont as a Division Manager in Government & Institutional Banking

Bloomberg/Yahoo! - Nov 10, 2015 - A graduate of Notre Dame, DeCorrevont earned her MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Waterstone Management Group Deepens Tech Industry Consultancy Expertise with New Associates

Marketplace - Nov 06, 2015 - She (Manisha Mishra) has extensive experience working in cross-functional teams, interfacing with developers, product managers, sales teams, and customers. Manisha holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Putin Associate Found Dead in DC Hotel Agence

France Press/MSN/The China Post - Nov 06, 2015 - (Svetlana) Mironyuk told the Russian edition of Forbes she was let go after she became a student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, with Kremlin officials telling her a media executive of her stature should not study in the United States.

Conexant Appoints Kurt Hoff Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales

MarketWired/Bloomberg/Finanz Nacdhrichten - Nov 04, 2015 - Hoff holds a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

What’s happening in China and how might it affect European property markets?

Property Week - Nov 01, 2015 - Keith Breslauer is managing director of Patron Capital, the specialist pan-European opportunistic property investor

Students

Alamos Announces Changes to Its Board of Directors

Marketwired/Yahoo! - Nov 11, 2015 - Ms. (Claire) Kennedy holds a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Toronto, a law degree from Queen's University, and is enrolled in the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business Advanced Management Program.

Recruiting Begins at Booth

Financial Times - Nov 06, 2015 - Autumn has arrived at the University of Chicago, and the Booth School of Business is humming with activity.

How to Fit Your GMAT Prep and Applications into Your Schedule

Beat the GMAT - Nov 01, 2015 - Jackie DiMonte, from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, lays out the strategies she used to study smart for the GMAT.

Famed Chefs At Haas Dish On Food Startups

Poets & Quants - Nov 04, 2015 - But it’s certainly not a Berkeley-only trend. Last June, food startup Maestro won Chicago Booth’s startup competition—netting $70,000.