Learn why Daniel Johnson, a private equity principal focused on African markets, joined the Executive MBA Metro NY Class of 2022.
China is creating a digital yuan in an attempt to make their currency stronger and more global.
A physician executive focused on quality and regulatory affairs, learn why LeWanza Harris joined the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership.
Fueled by her studies and experiences, Alethia Chan MS '22 wants to use business as a vehicle for positive change around the world.
Professor David Sherwyn tells the Washington Post that hotels can make a legal case for refusing room bookings to people who cause a disruption, but that it would likely be impractical to do so.
Trevor Sung, MBA ’21, expanded his perspective and sharpened his consulting and problem-solving skills in the Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion.
A technology consultant who developed fintech products for the unbanked, learn why Kutlwano Mzwinila joined the One-Year MBA Class of 2021.
Grounded in accounting and technology and passionate about product management, learn why Steve Wong joined the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Class of 2021.
Seasoned professionals and recent alumni in real estate have faith in New York City’s resilience and capacity for innovation post-COVID-19.
Laté Lawson-Lartego of Oxfam America spoke with students about what Oxfam is doing to ensure our food system is equitable on a global scale.
A world-traveler with a passion for ensuring sustainable economic development and food security–meet Axel Létondot ’19, MPS ’21, CEMS ’21.
Business manager, Big Red Ventures fund manager, and Student Council representative, learn why Diana Yuh-Jy Lin joined the One-Year MBA Class of 2021.
Professor Eswar Prasad says that when it comes to the pandemic and a nation state's economic recovery, a single unifying principle applies globally.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Novakovic says the challenges are astonishing for Joe Biden's pick to run the USDA.
Professor Chris Anderson says that every company is debating the value of meeting clients in person versus connecting virtually.
Professor Andrew Karolyi discusses Congress' decision to delist Chinese companies that flout U.S. accounting rules.
With funding from the Social Impact Internship Fund, Rahul Singh spent the summer working for a hospitalist practice in their business strategy team.
Lovay Mahajan, MBA ’20, shares his perspective on how Indian SMEs can overcome funding challenges in the post-COVID era.
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The 12th Annual Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition (CIRECC) held its finals on November 6, with Cornell’s WEBS Group in first place.
A senior accountant who built his career in large pharma and biotech, learn why Daniel Bazarko joined the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership.
Hotel industry experts offer insights into the development of automated service innovations in response to customers’ COVID-19 concerns.
Professor Drew Pascarella discusses a decrease in bank lending volume over the most recent quarter.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker on why diversity at the highest decision-making levels of companies is so important.
Professor Steve Carvell discusses why some countries are opening back up to tourists during the pandemic.
Grants manager, funding strategist, and Emerging Markets Institute Fellow—learn why Onyinye Akujuo joined the Executive MBA Americas Class of 2022.
Associate Professor Ariel Ortiz-Bobea discusses further complications for farming as climate change makes life harder for small-scale farmers.
Professor Chekitan Dev’s co-authored case study challenges readers to position the Neemrana Hotels brand to survive and thrive in a changing market. How did readers respond?
Professor Eswar Prasad comments on President-Elect Biden's pick of Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary.
What do a cigarette, dirty diaper, and used flip flops have in common? They’re all recyclable, thanks to TerraCycle’s innovative approach .
Learn why technology sales executive and believer in the power of education Louise Loyst joined the Executive MBA Metro NY Class of 2022.
With states considering greater COVID shutdown measures, Professor Bruce Tracey says the success of the ski season hangs in the balance.
John Fekete, managing director at Crescent Capital Group, shared his views on portfolio strategies and investment industry challenges.
Chris Magas, MBA ’22, describes his team’s experience of preparing for and presenting at this year’s virtual MBA Stock Pitch Challenge.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker points to a shift from soulless corporations to ones with conscience towards their role in society.
A proposed dating app won top prize at this year’s annual Cornell Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition sponsored by SHA’s Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship.
Why the U.S. could be the big loser in the huge RCEP trade deal between China and 14 other countriesNovember 17, 2020
Professor Eswar Prasad discusses China's growing influence as a global power, both politically and economically.
Professor Chekitan Dev discusses the strength and power of Airbnb in the new world of hospitality and hotels.
Sanchita Mehrotra writes about her passion for impact investing, diving into two successful examples of impact investing in India’s education sector.
Learn why diversity and inclusion leader and triple-red Cornellian Kamillah Knight joined the Executive MBA Metro NY Class of 2022.
Professor Eswar Prasad points to potential risks for the economy caused by the U.S. President's election result denial.
Lecturer Lilly Jan says New York State's recent physical gathering mandates around COVID could cut into restaurant profits.
Professor Alex Susskind says restaurants are potentially in for difficult decisions as a fiscal stimulus package remains out of reach.
Sales professional, real estate investor, and new father—learn why Steve Casey joined the Executive MBA Americas Class of 2022.
Associate Dean Michelle M. Duguid discussed her research on diversity in the workplace and her strategy for creating real and lasting change.
Vritika Patni reflects on her time as an Emerging Markets Institute intern and summarizes major themes presented in EMI’s anniversary video interviews.
MBA candidates Brittany Iwata and Lizzie Kaplan helped Camp Earth Connection refine its positioning and increase awareness of its rental properties.
In this business school analysis, Johnson is in the top 10 for best MBA programs for a career in finance.
Assistant Professor Bill Schmidt says talk of illegal ballots and voter fraud could be contributing to the political divide in the country.
To survive the pandemic, restaurants are offering subscriptions for bottomless coffee and beer. Will the model last?November 6, 2020
Professor Alex Susskind and Lecturer Lily Jan discuss the reality of restaurants returning to ensure a steady stream of revenue.
Professor Bill Schmidt and colleagues used machine learning to develop a tool that pinpoints new domains created to promote false information.
Associate Professor Miguel Gomez discusses his work with the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability as it celebrates 10 years of collaborations.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker says a post-election divided government seems welcome to investors.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker discusses investors sticking with the pandemic winners as uncertainty looms.
Assistant Professor Kevin Kniffin says it’s timely to revisit how employers and employees alike can best adapt to the times.
Professor Eswar Prasad discusses a sudden halt to the world’s biggest initial public offering.
Professor Alex Susskind says fine-dining establishments have had to rethink their entire business during the pandemic.
The I.R.S. is on few people’s most-loved lists, yet the agency needs more money to enforce the tax code, says Professor Emeritus Bob Frank.
Dean Kevin Hallock provides information and resources to the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business campus community on navigating the 2020 election as a college community.
Dean Kate Walsh discusses how COVID has impacted recent SHA alumni, forced changes in SHA teaching, and how hospitality can attract the best and brightest students.