Going forward, the long-time UCLA Anderson School of Management publication will be updated on a continual basis sans the thematic issues that previously defined each release. The new version launches in October.
In the latest Assets, Bryce Edmonds takes a look at the the new services that are disrupting the TV viewing landscape in a story featuring the views of Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins ('01). In an interview with Carolyn Gray Anderson, television writer Erika Green Swafford ('99) dishes on her career and how an MBA informs her creative endeavors.
In addition, Paul Feinberg details the latest venture from classmates Bryce Luken ('14) and Elaine Shi ('14), whose company Body Spec employs medical technology to aid clients on their path to health and fitness. Feinberg also takes a deep dive into the art of career switching with a cabal of alumni who have transitioned and/or are helping others do the same.
Find all this and much more in the Summer 2015 edition of Assets.