UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Dean Rich Lyons spoke to The Wall Street Journal final week about a business school’s pierce toward financial autonomy from a University of California — a contention stirred by an ongoing attempt by a UCLA Anderson School of Management to turn financially self-supporting.
Lyons told a Journal that other than a undergraduate business program, Haas is already relocating in a instruction of financial freedom.
Read a interview here.
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