• Law and Order and Data
    Chicago Booth Review explores whether algorithms will fix what is wrong with American justice, or make things worse.  Read More »
  • Could the US Raise $1 Trillion by Hiking Capital Gains Rates?
    Eric Zwick, associate professor of finance and a Fama Faculty Fellow at Chicago Booth, contributes to research that estimates increasing capital gains rates to match the ordinary income level could raise more than $1 trillion over a decade.  Read More »
  • A Year Like No Other
    Rodney Jones-Tyson, ’98, Baird’s chief risk officer and head of its COVID-19 response, shared his perspective on innovation, preparation, and giving back.  Read More »
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Alumni to Know
  • Nicole DOucet

    Inc. magazine announced that Open Water, cofounded by Nicole Doucet, ’17, took the number one spot on its 2021 list, 5000 Regionals: Midwest.

  • Girish Pai

    Girish Pai, ’10 (XP-79), has been promoted to executive vice president and chief customer officer of Tredence Inc, a provider of data science and A.I. services and solutions.

  • Jennifer Polk

    Jennifer Polk, ’08, was recently promoted to managing vice president of the technology and service providers practice at Gartner, a research and advisory company.

  • Horacio Rozanski

    Horacio Rozanski, ’92, has been named board chairman for Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. He was also elected to the board of directors for Marriott International.

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