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Steve Liu

Cooking up a Good Startup

Wow that went quickly. If my calculations are correct, this will be my penultimate blog post for TEC, so I thought I would have a little fun with this one (not that I don’t usually try to make my blog posts fun). One of the recurring activities I’ve mentioned in my blog …

Livin’ on a Prayer

It’s hard to believe, but “we’re halfway there.” Granted, the rest of my colleagues only have 2 weeks left, but even with a later start it’s obvious the end will be here before you know it. At BC, we like to celebrate these halfway points with overdone references to Bon …

…But it’s never lupus!

Hello readers! TEC (and by extension the summer) is really flying by. As usual, plenty to talk about, but there will be opportunities to digress and throw in bad jokes as we go. Diagnostic medical drama fans won’t need to run a biopsy to recognize the title of this post …

I [heart] Pivot Tables

Hi everyone, two weeks of TEC under my belt and lots to talk about. I’ll jump right in with an update about work at B-Stock Solutions and the nerdy moment I had in the title of this post. I’m definitely settling into life at the B-Stock offices. For one, I’m …

Second Week at B-Stock Solutions

As promised, here’s a second post to catch up on everything that’s gone on. I’ll start by going into a little more detail about my placement, B-Stock Solutions. B-Stock helps large Fortune 1000 manufacturers and retailers liquidate their excess inventories through a private, branded online marketplace. Normally when someone like Walmart …

Cloudy with a chance of SaaS

Hello everyone, I’ve finally made it out to the Left Coast, so no more “London Blogging” for me. I’ve only moved in and started working for a few days, so I’m still making some adjustments. For one, my circadian clock is still in off the coast of Newfoundland somewhere, and …

London Blogging

Hi everyone, my name is Steven Liu and I will be a senior studying finance at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management this fall. For the past year, I have been studying abroad at the London School of Economics, so please excuse me if I say “chips” when I mean …