Thanks to the Bridges to Business program, Greg Dulan’s restaurants are not just surviving in a COVID-altered world; they’re thriving.
USC alums put a once-struggling automotive parts company on the fast track. Here’s how they made it work.
From the gig economy to remote offices, USC business and policy experts imagine the future of work.
At some businesses, in-house “gig marketplaces” allow employees to flex skills outside their normal job duties.
As more companies go remote, the predicted demise of big cities — and their downtown working hubs — may be overblown, a USC real estate expert says.
Each year, USC Price students work with local organizations on persistent issues that plague urban neighborhoods — and due to COVID-19, those issues have escalated dramatically.
Thanks in part to guidance from USC’s Bridges to Business Success Program, Javonne Sanders believes her company, Toss It Up Salad, is primed to provide the community with much-needed healthy options.
Matthew Manos of the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy has brought together design leaders from all over L.A. to assist with this new digital program from Mayor Eric Garcetti's office.
Entrepreneur and investment expert Jay Goss made a career out of betting big on disruption and health innovation.
Most workers — regardless of age or gender — would also prefer to receive written thanks and find them more meaningful than public praise, a new USC study has shown.