Day: March 25, 2021

Master’s in Business Analytics: Leah Greenberg Kelly, UCLA (Anderson)

Student Name: Leah Greenberg Kelly

Graduate Business School: UCLA Anderson School of Management

Describe Yourself In 15 Words: I am driven by a curiosity about human behavior and socioeconomic trends.

Master’s Graduation Class: 2019.

Undergraduate School and Major: Boston University, Economics and International Relations.

Current Employer and Job Title: Nike, Data Scientist.

Describe your biggest accomplishment in your career so far: My biggest accomplishment has been developing trust in my intuition. My career has been driven by a passion for uncovering insights and solving complex problems, and while at times the next step in my career has been clear, at other times it’s been difficult to decide where to go next! I’ve learned over time to trust my curiosity and my instincts even when the path feels uncertain, and doing so has provided the greatest personal and professional fulfillment.

Describe your biggest accomplishment as a graduate student: Two fellow classmates

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World’s leading cities that surprisingly aren’t capitals

World’s leading cities that surprisingly aren’t capitals

Karlina Valeiko

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We Will Be On All the Online Channels

Like many other things, chess too went digital with a new zest during the pandemic. Leading the charge was five-time World Chess Champion, Viswanathan Anand. In a conversation with BW Businessworld Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Annurag Batra, Anand talks about life during the pandemic, his new endeavour and the digital transition of chess 

How have the last 11 months been for you? I mean, both personally and professionally?
It started off  normally enough as I travelled to Germany to play an event and since I was supposed to play another event a month later, I chose to stay there and then come back.
By the time I was ready to play my second event, the continent and the world started to shut down and at the end of it my flight was cancelled and I had to stay in Germany for three months.
I was fortunate, as I was in a

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BACP Announces Launch of Chicago Business Center Program to Bring Business Licensing Support to the Community

CHICAGO – Today, the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) announced the launch of the Chicago Business Center (CBC) Program. Under this new initiative, eight regional Chicago Business Centers have begun operating as hubs to provide business licensing assistance and other resources for small businesses in communities throughout the City. The eight Centers, which are open for virtual consultations with entrepreneurs today, are part of Mayor Lightfoot’s commitment to fill the current gap of local business resources, particularly in historically underserved locations and populations. As part of the program, the City is also partnering with corporate providers who will provide their professional and sector specific supports to the community through a webinar series.


“Kickstarting our economy starts by supporting small business owners in our communities,” said BACP Commissioner Rosa Escareno. “The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact in every neighborhood and it is clear that we

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Thursday March 25, 2021