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Dyson BusinessFeed

The cost of silence: Financial stress mutes couples’ communication

Dyson and Johnson school researchers found evidence that financial stress plays a significant role in hindering communication between partners about finances.

Image of Rebecca Phillips, left, a regional dairy processing specialist with Cornell Dairy Foods Extension, helps John and Sammi Collins bottle their new high-protein chocolate milk drink in Cornell’s Food Processing and Development Laboratory.
SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Dairy Innovation Program Nurtures the Cream of the Crop

For SC Johnson College entrepreneurship lecturer Ken Rother, Cornell’s Dairy Runway Program is “very Socratic”–a dialogue to road-test suppositions.

Image of Jim Mastrianni, MBA ’06, at Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs.
Johnson BusinessFeed

Saratoga Springs Business Leader Receives NYS Hometown Alumni Award

Jim Mastrianni, MBA ’06, is the 12th recipient of the Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award.

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Nolan BusinessFeed

Icons and Innovators: Cornell Awards Shine Light on Hospitality’s Finest

The 2024 Icon is former IHG CEO Keith Barr ’92 and Innovators are José Andrés and Rob Wilder, founders of José Andrés Group and World Central Kitchen.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

From Music to Amazon and Back: A Q&A with Alexander Horowitz, MBA ’23

Career Corner: Marketing executive Alexander Horowitz pivoted from music and tech marketing to Amazon’s last-mile business—then segued back to music.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Trade Titans: The Impact of the U.S.-China Trade War on Global Economics

US-China trade tensions are restructuring global economics, driving supply chain shifts, and prompting scrutiny of European tech investment.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

Using a metric developed by a research team led by Maureen O’Hara, professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, it was determined that fractional trading is predictive of future market liquidity and volatility.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Using Open Data, Natalie Grillon Makes Supply Chains Collaborative and Transparent

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise celebrates 20 for 20 honoree Natalie Grillon, MBA ’12, CEO of Open Supply Hub.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Properly fitting face masks can help block particulate pollution

Research co-authored by Dyson Dean Jinhua Zhao provides new findings about the value of masks that fit snugly around the face and how human behavior affects their efficacy.