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Yale SOM in Russia

May 9th, 2004

During spring break 2004, five current students from Russia provided an insider's tour to the best of Moscow and St. Petersburg – including the best MBAs (from SOM, of course) currently working in the country.

Jesse Johnson SOM & FES '01 speaks to the Double Bottom Line and Environment SIGs on his environmentally-friendly furniture company.

May 6th, 2004

The Double Bottom Line and Environment SIGs, co-sponsored by the Yale SOM Alumni Association, invited Jesse Johnson SOM & FES '01, to talk about how he started his environmentally-friendly furniture company.

What Do Hot Dogs and Organic Farms Have in Common?

May 6th, 2004

On April 24th, the Environment SIG invited Dan Horan '95 to share general lessons he has learned on leadership and entrepreneurship. In his talk, he gave a real flavor for his day-to-day activities as CEO and President, and described the challenges of running both Papaya King and, earlier, an organic farm.

Matt Spiegel and Shyam Sunder Reunite MGT 948 Alumni

May 6th, 2004

Professors Matt Spiegel and Shyam Sunder organized a reunion and networking event for former and current students of MGT 948 - Security Analysis. Nine alums of the course, now working in the financial services industry, and four current students joined Spiegel and Sunder for cocktails and dinner at the Yale Club in New York City on March 31. All enjoyed the opportunity to review how their investment recommendations had fared over time.

Feeling Stuck? Sandra Spataro's New Book Can Help

May 5th, 2004

Unstuck, the new book by Assistant Professor Sandra Spataro and Keith Yamashita, a founder of Stone Yamashita Partners, is a practical resource to "help you move forward when everything else seems to be headed in reverse."

Generating and Sustaining Nonprofit Earned Income: A Guide to Successful Enterprise Strategies

May 4th, 2004

Nonprofit organizations often find themselves caught in the "funding trap," beholden to foundations and donors for financial support. In today's economy, most nonprofits can't afford to rely on outside contributions as their sole source of revenue.

Yale School of Management Receives $1.6 Million to Build Behavioral Finance Program

May 3rd, 2004

New Haven, Conn.—May 4, 2004—The International Center for Finance (ICF) at the Yale School of Management has received a $1.6 million grant for the study of behavioral finance—The Whitebox Advisors Grant—bestowed by Andrew Redleaf, Yale '78 MA, '78 BA, and his company Whitebox Advisors.

Yale SOM Teams Geometrique and GroceryMedia Win 2nd and 3rd Place in the For-profit Category of the YES Y50K

April 22nd, 2004

The Yale Entrepreneurial Society awarded winners of the Y50K Business Plan Competition with $50,000 in cash prizes on Saturday, April 17, 2004. Yale SOM Teams, Geometrique and GroceryMedia took 2nd and 3rd place in the for-profit category.

Roger Ibbotson Receives Graham and Dodd Scroll Award

April 15th, 2004

New Haven, Conn.—April 15, 2004— Roger G. Ibbotson, Professor in the Practice of Finance at the Yale School of Management, is a recipient of the 2003 Graham and Dodd Award for his paper "Long-Run Stock Returns: Participating in the Real Economy" with Peng Chen, Managing Director and Director of Research of Ibbotson Associates.

Yale School of Management Dean Jeffrey E. Garten to Step Down in 2005

April 12th, 2004

New Haven, Conn.—April 12, 2004— The Yale School of Management announced today that Dean Jeffrey E. Garten will be stepping down in June 2005, after he completes his second five-year term as dean of Yale University's business school.