June 14, 2017

Remembering Gerson Bakar, BS 48 (1928-2017)

UC Berkeley mourns the loss of Gerson P. Bakar, a visionary leader in real estate, education, and philanthropy — and a tireless supporter of his Alma mater. Read the Chancellor's message on the passing of the university's dear and trusted friend


What's Next for the Bay Area Real Estate Market?

Many policy changes affect real estate. With a president that is a developer, the question is what's next? Berkeley Haas faculty weighed in at the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics. View ABC7 News video


The Friendship that Changed Marketing Forever

Prof. Sidney Levy's first three doctoral student graduates all became heads of marketing departments at Berkeley Haas, MIT, and Wharton. Read More


Amazon's Shopping Spree at Business Schools

Amazon is among one of the top employers of Berkeley Haas MBA graduates. Learn how Amazon has become one of the biggest recruiters. Read More

Summer Reading Recommendations

Need a reading recommendation for summer? Pick-up the latest books by Berkeley Haas faculty, catch up on past issues of the BerkeleyHaas magazine, or read from a wide selection of books authored by Haas School alumni. For a full list of books, check out our Books by Berkeley Haas bookshelf.

BerkeleyHaas Magazine

Browse past issues of the BerkeleyHaas magazine, which features major news, thought leadership, alumni notes, and faculty research, predictions and trends. Read the latest issue

Tastes of the Camino

A labor of discovery and passion, Yosmar Martinez's, FTMBA 00, cookbook, Tastes of Camino, was named Best in the World by the Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards in the self-published category. The book's recipes represent the food culture of the Camino de Santiago, which is known for being the ancient pilgrimage route in Northern Spain.​ Learn More

Built for Growth

Berkeley Haas entrepreneurship Lecturer and Senior Fellow John Danner and Princeton University Lecturer Chris Kuenne explore the personalities of successful entrepreneurs. They identified four "builder personalities"— the Driver, the Explorer, the Crusader, and the Captain— to help readers understand their own personality types and become better startup builders. Learn More

Lifelong Learning

Watch: Built for Growth: How Builder Personality Shapes Your Business, Your Team, and Your Ability to Win

What is your entrepreneurial personality? Are you The Driver (Apple's Steve Jobs), The Explorer (Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg), The Crusader (Twitter's Jack Dorsey), or The Captain (Alibaba's Jack Ma)? John Danner, Senior Fellow at Berkeley Haas, discusses the four personality types of successful entrepreneurs.

Upcoming Events

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June 17 Boston, MA — Evening with Dr. Sheila Puffer,PhD 85, Prof Intl Business Northeastern
June 19 Palo Alto, CA — Financial Executives International Silicon Valley Scholarship Golf Tournament
June 19 Sao Paulo, Brazil — MBA Alumni Panel & Networking for Prospective Students
June 20 London, UK Berkeley Club of London's Annual Cocktail Party
June 22 Denver, CO — Denver Business Series Summer Social
June 22 Palo Alto, CA — Happy Hour
June 22 Roseville, CA — Monthly Social Mixer
June 22 San Francisco, CA — Bay Area Trends in Real Estate
June 24 Oakland, CA — Home Buyers' Workshop
June 25 Oakland, CA — Bike the Newly Available Bay Bridge to Treasure Island Bike Trail
June 29 New York, NY — Berkeley Haas Summer Networking Event
July 1 London, UK — Annual UC Summer Barbecue
July 9 London, UK — UC Berkeley 2017 British 10K
July 12 Laguna Beach, CA — OCMBA Mixer
August 20 Mountain View, CA — Silicon Valley Chapter Annual Summer Picnic & Welcome Party - Save the Date!
August 24 Berkeley, CA — East Bay Chapter Welcome Party - Save the Date!
September 5 San Francisco, CA — Cal Night at the A's - Save the Date!
September 23 Mountain View, CA — Bay Area Veteran Career Fair - Save the Date!


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