Johnson's Simanis writes on "Profits at the Bottom of the Pyramid" in HBR Erik Simanis, m anaging director of market creation strategies at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, writes in Harvard Business Review on his"opportunity map" for creating profitable bus... ›
Wall Street Banks' Pay Raises For Juniors A Sign Of Millennials'' Declining Interest In BankingWarren Bailey is quoted in this article relating to banks increasing salaries for junior employees and interns in light of a declining interest in the industry. ›
Organic vs. paid advertising? Inside the mind of an online browserJohnson's Young-Hoon Park co-authored a study that provides new insight into consumer click behavior which in turn can assist with search optimization. ›
Abe Briloff, Watchdog Extraordinaire, Admitted into Hall of Fame Robert Swieringa, dean emeritus and professor of accounting, is quoted by Bloomberg on the legacy of accounting watchdog Abe Briloff ›
How to Spot Financial Fraud in a Non-Profit: 2 Warning Signs The Huffington Post mentions Johnson MBA students, managing the Cayuga MBA Fund, identified problem's with Enron's financial statements, well in advance of the company's failure, and sold the fund's ... ›
Fund Firms Seek Ways to Attract Young Talent This article on how money management firms are working to attract young talent in Money Management Executive mentions the Women in Investing Conference, sponsored by Johnson's Parker Center for Inves... ›
Millennial Recruitment and Impact InvestingJohnson is among many of the top business institutes that are teaching social enterprise, impact investing or sustainability. ›
Egypt looks to secure LNG production and supplyWith its significant reserves of liquefied natural gas (LNG), Egypt has been a key exporter for regional consumers over the past decade but with growing domestic consumption and a number of fiscal con... ›
Throwing Cold Water on Ice Bucket PhilanthropyRobert Frank is featured in this article relating to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge calling it a successful "gimmick". ›
Kenya moves to harness geothermal potentialIn a move to tap into its vast geothermal energy resources, Kenya recently invited bids for the construction of two new power plants, representing another step forward in its 2017 target to boost elec... ›
Study links feminine faces to lower pay offersEric Gladstone, a doctoral candidate at Cornell University in conjunction with Kathleen O'Connor found that having a feminine looking face may result in lower pay for women. ›
Claire Chase and the Winner-Take-All EconomyRobert Frank discusses art and entrepreneurship in this article. ›
The truth about the “Ice Bucket Challenge”Robert Frank shares his thoughts on the "Ice Bucket Challenge". ›
Is A One-Year MBA Worth It?Douglas S. Stayman discusses the benefits of obtaining a One Year MBA. ›
Johnson Economics Professor on "The Darwin Economy" Robert H. Frank speaks in-depth on his book and viewpoint with WPFW Radio in Washington, D.C. ›
Chinese students enjoy immersion in summer programStudents were enjoying their summer immersion course being taught by visiting senior lecturer of management communication at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management , Craig Snow. ›
Sign of the Times Johnson Senior Lecturer Warren Ellish comments on Wendy’s brand revamp. ›
Investing in innovation in Brunei DarussalamBrunei Darussalam has lost ground in its efforts to promote innovation as a cornerstone for future economic and social development, slipping down the ladder of a comparative survey of innovative pract... ›
Just Looking Like a Woman Is Bad for NegotiationsJohnson's Kathleen O'Connor and Eric Gladstone discuss how looking feminine can adversely affect negotiations. ›
Investing in innovation in Brunei Darussalam...positioning itself to rebound strongly in the years to come. In its latest Global Innovation Index (GII), released in mid July, the Institut Européen... ›
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