October 13, 1992 |
When William A. Hasler left KPMG Peat Marwick in New York to take a new job in California, he took a big pay cut. Worse yet, his new salary of $150,000 is exceeded by the monthly losses on his vacant house in Greenwich, Conn., which no one seems to want to buy. Basically, Hasler now works for free. What a dubious business decision--especially for someone whose new job is heading UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. It's not as bad as it looks.
October 20, 1990 |
Northwestern University's business school placed first for the second consecutive year in a new survey by Business Week magazine. In its Oct. 29 issue, the magazine said Northwestern's J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management in Evanston, Ill., received the highest rating from the 6,000 business school graduates and 322 corporate recruiters surveyed.
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June 6, 2002 |
Randolph Westerfield, dean of USC's Marshall School of Business, has decided to step down next year to return to teaching, the university said Wednesday. Westerfield, 61, will end in June 2003 what will be a 10-year term as dean, officials said. His plans include working on another in a series of corporate finance textbooks, university officials said.
April 6, 2007 |
USC professor James G. Ellis will be the next dean of the USC Marshall School of Business, campus officials said. The appointment, effective immediately, is for a five-year term. Ellis, a USC professor for 10 years and a vice provost for globalization, replaces interim Dean Thomas Gilligan at the business school, which enrolls nearly 5,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Ellis is a former executive with Broadway department stores and the American Porsche Design company. Larry Gordon
May 26, 2005 |
Former Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. President Joseph Baczko on Wednesday was named dean of Pace University's Lubin School of Business in New York. Baczko, 59, whose executive experience spans the nursery, video and toy industries, said in a release that he hoped his international business experience would contribute to the development of competitive educational programs at the school. The 40-year-old business school has 5,100 undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
March 24, 1996
Pepperdine University has received a $15-million pledge for its School of Business and Management, one of the largest gifts ever to an American business school. The three-year pledge from George L. Graziadio, the head of Imperial Bancorp, and his wife, Reva, will allow the Culver City-based school to add 19 members to its faculty, an increase of nearly 30%. Graziadio has also agreed to lead an endowment drive to raise $10 million more during the next four years.