The USC IBEAR MBA at 40!

In this episode of the IBEAR Business Class Podcast, we look at the 40th anniversary of the USC Marshall IBEAR MBA program, in a conversation with three of the past and present program directors.

Paul Wilson describes his hands-on experience in an emerging Myanmar

Finding himself at the right place at the right time, he used his MBA and military training to build Four Rivers a successful Myanmar-based consulting company.

George Drysdale talks business from bananas to baseball

Making generational business decisions is George Drysdale’s goal when selecting an investment. 

Ron Somers offers a front row seat to a developing India

Ron Somers has a long term bet on the success of India.

Edwin Soeryadjaya at the center of business in Indonesia

Edwin Soeryadjaya of Saratoga Capital describes being a ‘forced entrepreneur’ and gives a unique look...

How Indonesia epitomizes the complex trade issues facing the U.S.

Former U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia, Robert Blake, takes us from local politics in Indonesia to the Trump Administration.

Managing the world’s best selling brand of spirits

In Jip Yang goes in depth on building long term international business partnerships.

International banking in a local market

Patrick Yoon works to revive retail banking in South Korea

Opportunities for US Business in Japan

Andrew Wylegala delivers insight into U.S. companies doing business in Japan