Chinese internet giants head for Latin AmericaEmerging Markets Institute Director gives her view ›
Will 2015 Be the Year People Actually Do Something About Income Inequality?Robert Frank is featured in this article relating to income equality and is 2015 the year it will be handled. ›
Prof. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainabilityProf. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainability www.corporate-sustainability.org/conferences/sixth-annual-research-conference... ›
Fund Pros Who Live Together, Buy TogetherThe Wall Street Journal reports on research by Johnson's Scott Yonker suggesting that managers are influenced by investments of peers who are "neighbors." ›
Reading the Tea Leaves in the SEC’s New Equity Market Structure Advisory CommitteeMaureen O Hara, Robert W. Purcell Professor of Finance, Johnson Graduate School of Management , Cornell University and Chairman of the Board, ›
Have Emerging Markets Emerged?Andrew Karolyi is mentioned in this article about Emerging Markets. ›
Message ControlJohnson's Kristina Rennekamp co-authored an article entitled "Losing Control of the Narrative: How Less Readable Disclosures Drive Investors" ›
The Real Effects of Hedge Fund Activism: Productivity, Asset Allocation, and Labor OutcomesHyunseob Kim co-authored this paper about the real effects of Hedge fund activism. ›
Comment: How we let kids' birthday parties get so absurdly extravagantRobert Frank comments on our extravagant tendencies, now relating to children's birthday parties. ›
Let the Slow Times Roll, Warren Ellish on Competing During Lulls Brand management expert Warren Ellish, senior visiting lecturer of marketing, talks to Nightclub and Bar about boosting business during slow spells. ›
What Apple is Doing Right in China, with Murillo CampelloMurillo Campello, the Lewis H. Durland Professor of Management and professor of finance, talks to CBS MoneyWatch about Apple's product growth in China, and the affect on its earnings. ›
Essential MOOCs In Business for FebruaryJohnson's Erik Simanis revisits his ‘Financial Sustainability for Social Enterprise’ MOOC, which provides a roadmap for ramping a startup company or nonprofit. ›
Hartford 2nd Richest City In America?Robert Frank adds his thoughts about GDP and why Hartford is believed to be the 2nd richest city in America. ›
Meet The Person Who Will Determine If The Market Is “FairMaureen O'Hara is mentioned in this article in determining if the market is fair. ›
SEC Announces Members of New Equity Market Structure Advisory CommitteeMaureen O'Hara is added as a new member of the New Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee ›
Get the Boss to Buy In: Prof. Jim Detert in Harvard Business ReivewExpert research-based advice from Professor Jim Detert on selling your ideas to managers at the top ›
Grumpy Cat and Winner-Take-All EconomicsProfessor Robert Frank explains how "winner-take-all" economics made millions for an Arizona cat ›
Inside Wealth: Some of the rich collect art. Others collect passports.Robert Frank's article "Inside Wealth" is featured. ›
Qihoo 360 Announces Changes to Board of DirectorsDr. Ming Huang has been appointed as the Chairman of the Audit Committee for Qihoo 360 Technology Company, Ltd. ›
How to tame the office know-it-allDana Radcliffe gives tips on how to deal with the office know-it-all. ›
10 stores with great return policiesJohnson's Randy Allen discusses 10 stores with great return policies. ›
What I Learned About Leadership From A 4-Star GeneralGen. George W. Casey Jr., former chief of staff of the US Army teaches a class on leadership. ›
Johnson at Cornell University : Dean Soumitra Dutta Serves as Keynote Speaker at The International Business School Shanghai ConferenceDean Soumitra Dutta Serves as Keynote Speaker at The International Business School Shanghai Conference. ›
Don’t Think. Just Eat and Get Dressed.Johnson's Isaac Smith discusses decision fatigue in this article. ›
China Can Have Singles Day. We’ve Got Self-GiftingRandy Allen discusses the Chinese Singles Day. ›
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