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Nation's CEOs Gather at Yale CEO Summit to Address Leadership Choices and to Honor Terry Semel, Chairman & CEO of Yahoo!

June 8th, 2005

New Haven, Conn., June 8, 2005—As Wall Street bulls and bears debate whether CEO actions are a good indicator of the direction of our uncertain economy, 100 world-renowned chief executives, policy makers, and academics will gather at the 51st CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute of the Yale School of Management to discuss their own leadership choices. The conference, entitled "Is Sustainable High Performance Really a Myth?" will be the inaugural event at the new World Headquarters of Bloomberg LP in New York City June 9 and 10, 2005. Conference sponsors include: UPS, Accenture, ArcaEx, Bloomberg News, RHR International, and Russell Reynolds Associates.

Arturo Bris Receives First Jaime Fernández de Araoz Award in Corporate Finance

June 3rd, 2005

The award recognizes the best research article in Corporate Finance produced by a Spanish scholar and is sponsored by the IEAF (Spanish Institute of Financial Analysts) and Citigroup.

Leadership in Healthcare MBA for Executives Set for August Launch

June 2nd, 2005

Starting in August, faculty from the schools of Medicine and Public Health will be joining Yale SOM faculty in welcoming the charter class to Yale MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare.

SOMAA Update

June 1st, 2005

Over the past year the SOM Alumni Association has made significant progress toward its mission of providing a voice for Yale SOM graduates and strengthening connections across the alumni community.

Alumni Volunteer Feature Story

June 1st, 2005

Ranji Nagaswami ’86, Vice Chairman and CIO, AllianceBernstein Investment Research and Management

2005 Yale SOM Commencement

May 20th, 2005

Families and friends of SOM's Class of 2005 gathered on Monday, May 23rd to celebrate as the 236 members of the class received their MBA degrees.

Yale School of Management Study Models Solvency for Social Security Without Benefit Cuts to Future Retirees

May 9th, 2005

New Haven, Conn., May 9, 2005—President Bush recently announced his proposal for Social Security solvency through "progressive indexing," or benefit cuts to future generations of retirees. This is indicative of the ongoing reform debates, which have viewed bankruptcy and benefits as necessary trade offs. A new paper from the Yale School of Management outlines an economic model for a solvent system that keeps payouts, and the promised safety net for retirees, intact.

Paul Bracken Serves on Council on Foreign Relations Task Force on Future of American Competitiveness

May 5th, 2005

Paul Bracken is serving on a Council on Foreign Relations task force on the Future of American Competitiveness.

Regulation Fair Disclosure May Increase Analyst Herding, Inhibit Firm Disclosure According to Study

May 2nd, 2005

New Haven, Conn., May 3, 2005—Regulation Fair Disclosure (FD) prohibits U.S. firms from disclosing information to only a select few analysts, instead requiring disclosures to the public. Although the Securities and Exchange Commission enacted Regulation FD with the aim of improving the quality of information reaching the market to help level the playing field between investors and analysts, it may have the opposite effect according to a new study.

Yale President Richard C. Levin Appoints Joel M. Podolny Dean of the Yale School of Management

April 26th, 2005

Yale President Richard C. Levin issued the following statement to the Yale Community on April 26, 2005. Dear Friends and Colleagues: