Feb 17 2017
At a Predictions event in New York City, New York Federal Reserve CEO William C. Dudley displayed cautious optimism about economic growth.
Feb 14 2017
Marketers can change labels, packaging, and size — but more recently, research explores biological aspects of taste preferences to inform marketing strategies, as alumni and others learned from Cornell researchers at the Ithaca Predictions Dinner.
Feb 01 2017
The author of Something for Nothing: Arbitrage and Ethics on Wall Street discusses the ethics of arbitrage.
Feb 01 2017
As more information about toxic chemical releases have become public, the environmental improvements linked to these disclosures have disproportionately benefited wealthy communities.
Jan 23 2017
The Rockefeller Foundation awards Mark Milstein and the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise a grant focused on helping businesses reduce food waste.
Jan 16 2017
Outlet: Futurity ...notions of their essence.” The study appears in the Journal of Marketing Research. Stijn van Osselaer of Cornell University...
Nov 23 2016
Johnson’s tenth annual Marketing Executive Coaching Program celebrates a decade of mentoring and relationship building.
Nov 10 2016
The Emerging Markets Institute’s 2016 conference and inaugural Emerging Multinationals Report convey powerful evidence of “a new global landscape” showing a sharp increase in emerging economies as foreign investors and a “blossoming of some of their firms as world champions.”
Aug 25 2016
Award-winning research by Beta Mannix and colleagues details strategies successful teams used to manage conflict.
Aug 15 2016
Soumitra Dutta, dean of the Cornell College of Business, is co-editor of the report, which ranks nations on their innovation capacity and results.
Aug 12 2016
Research by Professor Roni Michaely and co-authors points to a rise in M&As and decline in IPOs.
Aug 04 2016
Former GE board member and his wife
establish the Robert J. and Pamela B. Swieringa Faculty Development Fund
Jul 26 2016
Frank’s book, “Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy” (2016), outlines his view that successful people are almost always talented and hardworking, but very few would have succeeded if they hadn’t been lucky, too.
Jul 25 2016
Introducing the Cornell College of Business
Jul 24 2016
Collaborating for Excellence
Jul 23 2016
Who benefits and who’s harmed by short-term trades related to big news about stocks?
Jul 20 2016
Hotels can learn a lot about what their guests value the most from text reviews.
Jul 19 2016
Understanding your customers can’t be delegated
Jul 08 2016
Cornell College of Business dean to lead the
board of international business school accreditation body
Jul 06 2016
Annual ranking of nations’ networked readiness co-authored by Soumitra
Dutta, the World Economic Forum, and INSEAD