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Walking taller.

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   2/06/2008
I'm not the tallest person, around 5'8 on a good day (low humidity, not too much wind, shoes with a slight heel), but I am definitely walking taller today. I just received an offer from a leading international ...

Time Management

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   1/30/2008
We first-years are certainly learning the art (/difficulty) of time management already this semester. Spring is an unbelievably hectic time for us novice MBAs: Recruiting starts almost simultaneously with ...

Down in the Valley

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   12/21/2007
Today was a special day - I was going on the infamous 'Rich's Valley Van Tour". After an early start - well, early for me right now - we made it to Fremont BART station where a shiny Enterprise rent-a-van and a...

Optimal Pricing...for a Good Cause

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   10/24/2007
A major theme in the Microeconomics class we just wrapped up was how to optimally price goods and services. Now that we're (kinda) experts in sophisticated pricing strategies, our first-year cohort (Axe--the ...

Hello from Seattle

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   8/25/2007
Wow! The first years are off to a fast start on the blog. It'll be interesting to see whether they keep the pace once the first-year whallop hits on Monday. I finished my internship at Amazon yesterday, and am ...

A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   2/24/2007
I'm writing this from Seattle. A week or so ago, I got an offer from Amazon.com to be a product management intern this summer, and they flew a bunch of MBAs into town for a "sell" weekend. When I got to the hot...

Crickets

By haasschoolofbusiness   |   10/17/2006
It’s mid-term time for second years, and finals for first years. The BofA forum this morning was absolutely empty; the usual buzz of first year study groups conspicuously absent once the undergrads departed ...