Alumni News

Browse or search the articles below and see what some Stanford GSB alumni have been up to professionally. 

February 22, 2019
Do it early, do it thoughtfully, and avoid the pitfalls of being “crazy reactive.”
Illustrated figures shown on criss-crossing paths. Credit: Jing Jing Tsong
February 14, 2019
“It doesn’t matter how many people hate your brand as long as enough people love it.”
Phil Knight, Nike cofounder. Credit: Stacy Geiken
February 4, 2019
The senior vice president of strategy and development for the SF Giants carved her own niche in the competitive world of pro sports management.
January 31, 2019
John Browne, Lord Browne of Madingley, MS ’81, will address graduating students in Stanford GSB’s Class of 2019.
 John Browne, Lord Browne of Madingley, MS ’81. Credit: Courtesy of L1 Energy
January 25, 2019
Start-up founder Tony Aguilar learned to spot and combat natural bias to raise money for his mobile app.
Tony Aguilar, Chipper, Austin, Texas. Credit: Julia Robinson
December 12, 2018
The MBA Class of 2018 broke records for salaries for the fourth consecutive year, yet their career choices were not about chasing the money.
Students at their graduation ceremony, June 2018. Credit: Saul Bromberger
December 11, 2018
From anti-vaxxing to gun control, the propagation of beliefs and behaviors is influenced as much by the meanings we ascribe to them as by our social circles.
A diverse group of people connected through social networks and digital media. Credit: iStock/aurielaki
December 6, 2018
It took three decades, but Stanford MBA David L. Brunner eventually left a high-powered banking career to rebuild a New York dairy farm.
David Brunner walks a field with his goats. Credit: Corey Hendrickson
November 28, 2018
A new survey shows how Americans respond to CEOs who weigh in on controversial issues.
People show support of Colin Kaepernick. Credit: Reuters/Stephanie Keith
November 15, 2018
The Sloan — now Stanford MSx — Program has evolved in many ways in the last six decades. Here are six of the most significant changes.
students in an MSx class | Photo by Elena Zhukova
November 7, 2018
When money is on the line, a new study finds, people give less weight to social warmth.
A manager, standing among his employees, points at one of them during a meeting. Credit: iStock/Thomas_EyeDesign
October 31, 2018
How an uncle’s battle with cancer helped Nisa Leung become one of Asia’s most successful VCs.
Nisa Leung. Credit: Amanda Kho
October 30, 2018
Five alumni and one faculty member recognized for contributions to the GSB during annual reunion weekend.
October 16, 2018
Students take the lead in Stanford GSB Impact Fund to manage investments in mission-driven startups.
YYoung people looking at a pie chart, contemplatively. Credit: James Steinberg
October 15, 2018
A little-known investment vehicle skyrockets young entrepreneurs into top roles.
An illustration of a businessperson looking through a telescope. Credit: iStock/z_wei
October 5, 2018
Chad Cooper left a fast-track banking career when the struggling Brooklyn Conservatory of Music called his name.
Chad Cooper in front of the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. Credit: Cole Wilson
September 28, 2018
Tom Peters reflects on a half-century spent studying management.
A photo-illustration of a megaphone. Credit: Murat Göçmen
September 21, 2018
Three alumni share what led them to take a chance on a less conventional job change.
Nadine Lehner shown in Patagonia
August 17, 2018
Everything you purchase — from transportation to entertainment to groceries — will soon come with a monthly plan, says Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo.
A woman rests while watching Netflix. Credit: iStock/wutwhanfoto
July 18, 2018
Nicholas Donatiello, Jr., MBA ’86, who taught corporate governance at Stanford Graduate School of Business, died at his San Francisco home two days shy of his June 28 birthday.
Donatiello in the classroom