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Golden Gate University Alumnus Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, Receives 2015 Bay Area Most Admired CEO Award
Golden Gate University congratulates distinguished alumnus Bernard Tyson (BS 82, MBA 84), and celebrates his leadership and commitment to the community.
GGU alumnus Ken Keating (BA 05) joins Q4 as the Director of Global Directives.
Array Interactive appoints undergraduate marketing alumnus Jeff Dumo as CEO.
Inovar taps GGU alumnus Bernie Schneider as new VP of Operations.
Psychology Professor Emeritus Kit Yarrow discusses the psychological and emotional affects that Disney's brand and characters have on consumers.
GGU Ageno School of Business alumnus Bill Sy has been inducted into the US Culinary Hall of Fame.
GGU's Bachelor of Science in Business with an Accounting Concentration makes the 2014-2015 list.
Professor Helen Kang Champions Environmental Rights in San Francisco
GGU names Fred Sroka as Dean of the Bruce F. Braden School of Taxation and the School of Accounting and Dr. Nate Hinerman as Dean of Undergraduate Programs.
U.S. News features GGU Undergraduate Program's use of portfolio assessments to translate work experience into course credit.
With social networks, quality may be more important than quantity. GGU Marketing Profressor Strahilevitz weighs in.
Golden Gate University, the 110-year old private, non-profit University for working professionals that power the Bay Area and beyond, announced that after an extensive search, the University has selected Paul Fouts as the next Dean of its Edward S. Ageno School of Business.
Kit Yarrow talks to Smart Money about what Gen Y means to moviemakers.
Law School Dean Emeritus and former San Francisco Police Commissioner Peter Keane comments on a new strategy BART says will lead to better policing.
Terry Connelly, dean emeritus of the Ageno School of Business speaks to the potential repercussions of rising gas prices.
Kit Yarrow talks to theBoston Globeabout the psychology behind the rebellion against Valentines' Day.
How much do customers really care about the sometimes-unsavory practices behind the products they love? Kit Yarrow weighs in.
Kaiser Permanente President and Chief Operating Officer Bernard Tyson to lead prestigious Fortune 500 senior leadership group
Michal Strahilevitz tells USA TODAY that the charity must do damage control. ALSO: Listen to Michal's KFPA interview about Komen.