Ray Sylvester Memorial Scholarship
On February 5th, we lost an incredible teacher, advisor, administrator, and friend.
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“Everything comes to he who hustles while he waits.” – This quote from Benjamin Franklin is a daily reminder for Phu Nguyen that achieving goals takes work. Phu has learned that by focusing on the goals of the company, and enabling his team’s success, he […]
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School, homework, tennis practice, matches… OH MY! If being a student-athlete and trying to balance the time between coursework and training wasn’t enough, Eberhardt Master of Accounting student Susan Te also found time to balance the searching and acquiring of a summer internship at Deloitte. […]
- RT @uopacific: #UOPacific Prof. Peter Hilsenrath’s Op-Ed on #Prop.45 is on @Recordnet. Check it out! http://t.co/fay1Hst7Fx #healthcare
- Susan Te also found time to balance the searching and acquiring of a summer #internship at Deloitte. http://t.co/RDOEBzw20U
- RT @UOPacific: Brad Schultz (’06, marketing) & Beatbox partners get $1M deal w/Mark Cuban. How cool! @eberhardtschool http://t.co/dRNyA92tmC
“Growth of the Extreme-Value Retailer”
Eberhardt School of Business, Pacific Business Forum persents Grocey Outlet Co-CEO MacGregor Read and Co-CEO Eric LIndberg.The Co-CEO model facilitates a flexible, creative approach to leadership that extends throughout the company.
About MacGregor Read
MacGregor Read began his career in the food industry with Lucky Stores in 1986. After receiving a B.S. in English from the University of the Pacific, he joined Del Monte Foods in the capacity of Product Manager for one of the company’s strategic business units. In 1996, he joined Grocery Outlet where he advanced through several positions over a decade including: Procurement, Retail Merchandising and Real Estate & Construction. MacGregor Read was promoted to Co-CEO in 2006.
About Eric Lindberg
After receiving a B.A. in Economics and Spanish from Hampden-Sydney College in 1993, Eric Lindberg began his career in the international search and recruiting business. He spent 3 years between Atlanta-based MSI, Intl. and their London office, SCI, running their IT Search and Placement Division. In 1996, he joined Grocery Outlet, where he advanced through several positions over a decade including Operations, Retail Marketing, and Procurement. Eric Lindberg was promoted to Co-CEO in 2006.