EMI Fellow David Wu dissects Trump’s bans on WeChat and TikTok, the Biden administration’s response, and the impact on US-China relations.
The 11th annual Cornell Energy Connection showcased professionals sharing perspectives on key industry issues and featured a panel on energy justice.
Andrew Karolyi answers questions about himself as a leader, scholar, and teacher, as well as his outlook on the college and his own life in this Q&A.
Andrew Karolyi, who was named acting dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College in March, will serve as dean of the college for the remainder of former Dean Kevin F. Hallock’s term, Provost Michael Kotlikoff announced.
Dyson Professor Eswar Prasad tells the New York Times that China will eventually resume with opening up to foreign financial institutions.
Gautam Jain analyzes the US 10-year yield and its effect on emerging market economies, comparing 2013’s Taper Tantrum to today’s reflationary scare.
A study led by Professor Ariel Ortiz-Bobea shows that global farming productivity since the 1960s is 21% lower than it could have been without climate change.
Dean Kate Walsh is collaborating with other industry leaders to ensure the future of the industry is as diverse as the customers it serves.
Professor Christopher Anderson tells CNN that he thinks alternative lodging will continue to be a “bright spot” in the hospitality industry.
“Think about how traditional art pieces are hard to trade," Professor Will Cong tells the Washington Post. “That is solved after the ownership can be easily divided and traded.”
"These online brokers use prompts, push notifications and other nudges for the purpose of eliciting a specific behavior: increased trading by the investor," Professor Vicki Bogan said at the House Financial Services Committee Meeting on GameStop.
Anjan Mani ’23, a student at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, was among three students who saved a man from downing in a local frigid lake.
A marketing production executive and a musician who is pursuing a career in consulting, learn why Yifan Wu joined the Two-Year MBA Class of 2022.
BlackRock co-founder Barbara Novick outlined eight key lesson she deems critical to BlackRock’s success.
If you choose to travel during the pandemic, flying is the still the safest option, writes Dyson Professor Garrick Blalock and Johnson Professor Vrinda Kadiyali in their Washington Post op-ed.
“Fraud detection is hard,” Professor William Cong tells Bloomberg. “Even if they are all non-fungible, they’re still anonymous and it would be hard to track down market manipulators.”
Enroute and Tangle–two startups launched by 2020 Cornell Tech MBA graduates–are tackling the challenges of COVID-19.
Professor Chris Marquis authors a Forbes Q&A article featuring Nick Bayer '00, founder and CEO of Saxbys.
Gaurav Trivedi, MBA ’19, reflects on guest speaker Ricardo Hausmann’s lecture about connections between technological advancement and income growth.
Take a minute to hear from Dean Kate Walsh, the first woman dean of the Cornell School of Hotel Administration (SHA), who has advice for her younger self and the brilliant woman in the Cornell community.
Broader system changes are key to helping reduce waste in households, Professor Chris Barrett tells the Associated Press.
Johnson’s Social Impact Internship Fund enabled Amanda Srishima to pursue a summer internship with the Ministry of Education and Culture in Indonesia.
Emanuele De Biase set out to build his network and broaden his outlook when he joined the Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY class of 2021.
Big Red Tech Strategy partners MBAs with Cornell Engineering Commercialization Fellows to launch businesses based on their technological innovations.
Former CEO of Unilever Paul Polman joined students via Zoom to discuss the changing business landscape of a post-COVID-19 world.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Alumni Affairs honored three diverse alumni for their leadership excellence and community contributions.
A tech consultant with a passion for social impact and entrepreneurship, learn why Harkiran Sodhi joined the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Class of 2021.
Participants from around the world gathered virtually for the Center for Hospitality Research’s 11th Annual Sustainability Roundtable to discuss sustainability in the era of COVID-19.
The airline industry has been rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic. With fewer people willing or able to travel by air, demand has drastically decreased—and as a result, so have the number of daily flights offered by commercial airlines. In addition to the diminished traffic, the airline industry is also facing new regulations and changing booking […]
A series of virtual events aims to build community around diversity, equity, and inclusion among Dyson and SHA undergraduates.
‘I even miss the airline delays:’ Meet the business travelers who can’t wait to get back on the roadFebruary 18, 2021
“We really have no idea what business travel is going to look like and at what level it will come back," Professor Chris Anderson tells the Washington Post.
19th Annual Labor and Employment Law roundtable focuses on perspectives and practical responses of hospitality human resources (HR) professionals to the pandemic
Faculty and industry experts convened for a virtual keynote to explore how guest surveys can increase customer satisfaction and engagement.
Income loss from COVID19 is driving many new households to experience food insecurity, Professor Chris Barrett tells Yahoo Finance. .
Remembering Harold “Hal” Bierman Jr., the Nicholas H. Noyes Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Management and Finance, who died Feb. 12 in Ocean Isle Beach, NC, at 96.
The pandemic is "an opportunity for restaurants to improve labor relations — pay more to staff — and try to renegotiate the fundamental elements of their business," says Professor Alex Susskind.
A former account manager for a tech firm and a movie and short film producer, learn why Pearse Lenz joined the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Class of 2021.
Recovery from the impact of Covid-19 on the hospitality industry is unpredictable and may take longer than we would like, but we have an opportunity to redesign.
Dean Kevin Hallock and Associate Dean Michelle Duguid provide updates on Cornell SC Johnson College of Business diversity initiatives.
An electronic trading systems and equity specialist focusing on wealth management, learn why Wilfredo Castillo joined the Two-Year MBA Class of 2022.
The Future Of Business 101: B Academics Network Connects Students With Real-World Lessons On Stakeholder CapitalismFebruary 8, 2021
Professor Christopher Marquis interviews Jessica Yinka Thomas, the co-founder, president, and board chair of B Academics, for his Forbes Q&A article on B Academics and stakeholder capitalism.
The US dollar's place in the world economy is secure, Professor Andrew Karolyi tells Newsweek. "There remains robust demand for U.S. Treasury securities at every auction," he says.
Professor Anderson’s series of studies examine the long-term impacts of guest engagement upon guest satisfaction, loyalty, and booking channel selection.
Steven Carvell, professor of finance and director of the Center for Real Estate and Finance, discusses how hotels have become flexible amid the pandemic.
GreenBiz Group’s Joel Makower spoke to students about the steps firms are taking to integrate sustainability into core business.
A Forté Fellow who is passionate about technology and product strategy, learn why Mouna Allani joined the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Class of 2021.
Leaning on lessons learned through firsthand experiences, Peter Fraser Two Year MBA '22 examines how one becomes a better leader in business.
Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty share lessons that leaders can gain from the experiences of 2020 and apply to 2021 and beyond.
GameStop’s price surge is being referenced as a bubble–but what does that really mean? Professor Maureen O'Hara discusses the phenomenon in her Washington Post op-ed.