So the bottom line is:
Angeletos stayed for one year, then left back to MIT.
Levchenko (a step down from Angeletos) stayed for one year, then left back to Michigan.
They put Hemous, who's an RA par excllence, on the third UBS chair, but only as an assistant professor.
So 3 years after getting 100 million from UBS, they still haven't succeeded in hiring anyone decent for any of their 5 chairs.
Moreover, Goeree left to Australia (a big loss and counterweight to Fehr), Sovinski left to Mannheim (maybe not such a big loss).
They made an offer to Rema Hanna but she's only visiting this semester and it seems clear she'll go back to Harvard Kennedy School next year, where she just got tenure.
All in all, this sounds like a huge failure for the department and the UBS center.
Any attempts to rise again from the ashes?