Cornell SC Johnson BusinessFeed: News, Articles & Voices

The main publishing hub for the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and its three schools–the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, and the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration.

Research With Impact

Dyson BusinessFeed

Properly fitting face masks can help block particulate pollution

June 5, 2024

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.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Research at the Crossroads of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Network Theory

June 4, 2024

PhD Spotlight: Johnson School PhD candidate Andrew Foley talks about his research on family business and entrepreneurship.

Nolan BusinessFeed

Have Fun: Leaving Product Promotions To Chance Has Benefits

May 30, 2024

Research by the Nolan School’s Alexander Fulmer ’15 found that consumers prefer chance in selecting some products to promote vs. traditional methods.

Dyson BusinessFeed

No, China Is Not Buying Up All US Farmland

May 30, 2024

Research coauthored by Dyson’s Wendong Zhang shows federally classified "adversary" countries held only 1% of foreign-owned farmland as of 2020.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Research: Technology Is Changing How Companies Do Business

May 16, 2024

The Cornell Dyson research highlights the importance of businesses staying ahead of the curve in technology. Companies that embrace digital technologies now are likely to be the ones that thrive in the future.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Dead & Company concert funds $800K for new climate solutions

May 10, 2024

Two of the five projects announced this month by The 2030 Project are led by SC Johnson College of Business faculty Chris Barrett and Elena Belavina.

Better Business Stories & Topics

Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

June 12, 2024

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.

Johnson BusinessFeed

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

June 6, 2024

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

Dyson BusinessFeed

Research: Technology Is Changing How Companies Do Business

May 16, 2024

The Cornell Dyson research highlights the importance of businesses staying ahead of the curve in technology. Companies that embrace digital technologies now are likely to be the ones that thrive in the future.

Nolan BusinessFeed

Collaboration Reimagines Shopping Mall as Wellness Hub

May 9, 2024

Faculty and students joined community members, nonprofit leaders and Cayuga Health System representatives April 12-13 to explore a new vision for The Shops at Ithaca Mall focused on health equity.

SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

SC Johnson College Announces its 10 Under 10 Notable Alumni for 2024

May 1, 2024

The Dyson School, Johnson School, and Nolan School celebrate 10 notable alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years.

Dyson BusinessFeed

SC Johnson College of Business Offers New Climate Finance Course

April 29, 2024

Visiting Assistant Professor Alissa M. Kleinnijenhuis created a Climate Finance course for the SC Johnson College of Business

Dyson BusinessFeed

Community Conversations Offer Safe Space For Exchanging Ideas

April 24, 2024

The “Food for Thought Series,” a program launched in the fall of 2023, is intended to destigmatize lived experiences and offer the chance to address controversial topics.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Persistent questioning of knowledge takes a toll

April 19, 2024

Dyson Assistant Professor Laura Niemi's research shows regular exposure to even subtle prejudice and discrimination degrades physical and mental health.

News & Announcements

Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

June 12, 2024

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.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Properly fitting face masks can help block particulate pollution

June 5, 2024

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.

Nolan BusinessFeed

Have Fun: Leaving Product Promotions To Chance Has Benefits

May 30, 2024

Research by the Nolan School’s Alexander Fulmer ’15 found that consumers prefer chance in selecting some products to promote vs. traditional methods.

Dyson BusinessFeed

Faculty, Staff Win 2024 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

May 30, 2024

The Dyson School's Harry Kaiser was honored for his service and Reza Moghimi was honored for his teaching methods.

Centers & Institutes

Johnson BusinessFeed

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

June 14, 2024

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

Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

June 12, 2024

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.

Johnson BusinessFeed

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

June 6, 2024

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

Johnson BusinessFeed

Research at the Crossroads of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Network Theory

June 4, 2024

PhD Spotlight: Johnson School PhD candidate Andrew Foley talks about his research on family business and entrepreneurship.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Insights on Entrepreneurship and Emerging Markets from Former President of Colombia

May 31, 2024

Iván Duque, president of Colombia 2018-22, visited Cornell Tech and inspired students with insights on entrepreneurship and emerging markets.

SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Former Colombian President Tells Grads to Tackle ‘Liberty Deficit’

May 30, 2024

Iván Duque, president of Colombia 2018-22, spoke at the Emerging Markets Institute fellows graduation ceremony May 24 in Sage Hall.

Dyson BusinessFeed

New Initiative Tackles Pressing Global Development Issues

May 14, 2024

The Collaboration for International Development Economics Research (CIDER) is a new Cornell University initiative hosted by the SC Johnson College of Business.

Nolan BusinessFeed

Contemporary Challenges in Affordable Housing: Addressing current issues with innovative solutions

May 7, 2024

The Center for Real Estate and Finance brought together leaders in development, preservation, financing, and policy within affordable housing in a dynamic exchange of ideas about modern-day challenges and solutions.

Community Insights

Dyson BusinessFeed

Scanner data can help NYS farmers boost market sales

December 19, 2023

Researchers partnered with NYS livestock farmers using point-of-sale technology, then analyzed their market transactions and uncovered insights that could increase farmers' profits.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Perspective: The Power of Curiosity in Conflict Management

August 11, 2023

Ashley Hamilton, MBA ’24, explores the importance of curiosity in both conflict management and leadership.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Perspectives: Let the Battle of the Brands Begin

May 17, 2023

Ben Marks, MBA ’24, discusses learning opportunities outside the classroom, exemplified through the Battle of the Brands competition.

Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Solomon Tesfaye MBA ’15

April 5, 2023

Solomon Tesfaye, MBA ’15, reflects on how his Park Fellow experience influences his approach to leadership in both his professional and personal life.