Stories by Alison Stateman:
Experts reveal toll of Alzheimer’s — physical, emotional and financial
USC’s Arthur Toga is joined by Still Alice author Lisa Genova for Visions & Voices event.
Follow the natural born leaders
USC Marshall hosts second annual MBA conference urging women to ‘Lead, Empower, Thrive.’
Trojans show their support at LA’s 2014 Pride Parade
During LGBT Pride month, USC Marshall helps support one of the nation’s largest pride events.
Shark Tank’s Herjavec offers entrepreneurial insights to students
Multimillionaire talks with business students about hard work and the will to win.
Let your emotion go, but not in the boardroom
The interpretation of facial expressions can affect business negotiations, according to a USC study.
For Petraeus, leadership needs to be affirmative and adaptive
Retired Gen. David Petraeus outlines what he called an “affirmative model of leadership.”
Cindy Crawford talks brand development
Businesswoman tells the story of her ascent in modeling and then her transition as an entrepreneur.
Executives examine entertainment’s evolution
Industry experts discuss the evolving distribution, marketing and consumption of entertainment at a conference hosted by USC Marshall.
Are you feeling their stress too?
One way to cope with stress, according to a new USC Marshall study, is to share your feelings with someone who is having a similar emotional reaction to the same scenario.
Conference crunches numbers on finance, economics
The USC Marshall School of Business brings academics together for the first annual Conference on Finance, Organizations and Markets.
Bocconi leader links international trends with global USC class
Andrea Sironi of Milan’s Bocconi University made his first visit to the USC Marshall School of Business to meet with fellow World Bachelor in Business representatives and students.
USC marketing class sets goals for pro hockey project
A USC Marshall School of Business marketing class found promoting hockey in the balmy climes of Southern California to be a worthy challenge.
Silicon Beach’s economic steam gets boost from Hollywood and academia
Learn about some of the business ventures driving the growth of Silicon Beach and industry leaders making LA a hotbed for tech culture.
They’re in the business of summer internships
At the USC Marshall School of Business, even freshmen are encouraged to study overseas as part of the school’s mission to expose students to critical international perspectives and opportunities through cross-culture collaboration.
USC Leventhal launches new online Master of Business Taxation program
The USC Leventhal School of Accounting will offer a new Master of Business Taxation for Working Professionals online degree program this fall.
MBA students take on Global Consulting Challenge at USC
USC Marshall MBA students were among 10 teams from leading business school programs who competed in the 2013 Global Consulting Challenge.
Professor provides thoughts on growth of digital data
Thomas Davenport, a thought leader in business and technology, shared his insight on emerging trends in “big” and “small” data analytics.
The secrets of his success
Emmy Award-winning television producer Mark Burnett shared some of the secrets of his success with students at a Jan. 30 event sponsored by the USC Marshall School of Business.
USC Marshall professor wins human resources award
Theresa Welbourne, adjunct professor in management and organization at the USC Marshall School of Business, has received the Distinguished Human Resources Executive Award from the Academy of Management.
A long-range view of the fiscal cliff
During this election year, there has been much talk about American economy and its precarious “fiscal cliff.”
Owens honored by American Library Association
A literacy charity founded by a USC Marshall associate professor was singled out by the American Library Association with a Presidential Citation for Innovative International Library Projects.
Swartz appointed to hedge fund board
Mick Swartz, associate professor of clinical finance and business economics at the USC Marshall School of Business, was selected as a board member of the California Hedge Fund Association.
Monge nets career productivity award
USC professor Peter Monge received the 2012 Steven H. Chaffee Career Productivity Award from the International Communication Association.
Demand for luxury goods grows in China
Andrew Wu, president of the LVMH Group in greater China, spoke about the evolution of that country’s consumer culture at an event co-hosted by the USC Marshall School of Business and the USC Roski School of Fine Arts.