ALUMNI 15th Annual Haas Gala A night of celebrating Berkeley Haas and our remarkable alumni. Congratulations to Tony Brekke, MBA 03, Albert Lee, MBA 04, and Susan Chamberlin, MBA 87, and Stephen Chamberlin.
FACULTY The Evolving Independent Economy Working full-time for an employer is no longer the career norm in advanced economies, writes Prof. Laura Tyson. Instead, millions of "independent workers" sell their labor, services, and products through digital platforms.
GIVING Annual Report 2015-2016 See some of the programs and people that the Haas Fund supports. The Fund provides a crucial way for Berkeley Haas to develop the initiatives that differentiate us from the competition and attract the best faculty and students as a result.
Keitha is a rising star at BlackRock's US and Canada Defined Contribution Group. Read about her experience as a woman in finance.
Haas-led Tubemogul Sells for $540 Million Adobe announced it will buy video ad-buying software company TubeMogul. CEO Brett Wilson co-founded the company at Berkeley Haas with John Hughes and Mark Rotblat, all MBA 07.
Investing in a New Generation of Women Entrepreneurs In 2015, April Underwood, MBA 07, banded together with a handful of former Twitter colleagues to launch an investment group run entirely by women. Now a VP at Slack, Underwood and her colleagues bring their own money to the table as angel investors.
Culinary tourism: home food away from home Aashi Vel and Stephanie Lawrence, both MBA 13, met at Berkeley Haas, where they came up with the idea for startup Traveling Spoon, which allows guests to book a meal with the best home cooks around the world.