Professor Eswar Prasad examines the implications of the rise of digital currencies in newest book.
Research examines the relationship between customer satisfaction and reporting motivation in online review platforms.
Professor Michael Waldman has found important links between lateral job moves in relation to promotions, wage dynamics, and education.
Dean Zhao believes Dyson is positioned to push the frontiers of business education to address 21st century challenges. Learn why and more in this Q&A.
Yuan Shi has found intriguing data that provides new details around the active debate among managers, investors, researchers, and policymakers.
Study proposes that low self-esteem consumers gravitate toward inferior products because those products confirm their pessimistic self-views.
“Airbnb, having such a huge first-mover advantage and having so many hosts… they have a huge scale of benefits that are going to be hard to replicate,” Professor Chekitan Dev tells The Washington Post.
Fintech expert Professor Will Cong comments on Bitcoin's value drop, an event that happened on El Salvador's first day of using the cryptocurrency as legal tender.
“At the current stage, I don’t think we will see broad vaccine requirements by hotels,” Professor Christopher Anderson tells The New York Times.
Professor David Just tells Scientific American that the Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2021 does address a real problem “and could perhaps have a positive influence.”
10 Under 10 honoree Gage Javier, MBA ’16, is a cybersecurity attorney, champion for domestic violence victims, recreational pilot, and race-car driver.
The Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference aims to educate undergraduate women about career options and facilitate recruiting, networking opportunities with sponsoring firms.
Hotelie Hunter Friedland ’19, founder of Cirona Labs, credits Cornell’s entrepreneurship ecosystem for helping him to build and launch his startup.
A panel of industry and academic leaders share stories, challenges and organizational best practices for supporting women in hospitality and travel.
Cornellian Anissa Buckley founded B.Untethered, a wellness and adventure startup that offers science-based solutions for midlife women.
A historic $50 million gift from Peter Nolan ’80, MBA ’82, and Stephanie Nolan ’84 will establish the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration.
Hotelie Samay Bansal ’21 founded Million Meals Mission to be a conduit between donors and small, grassroots organizations worldwide.
Virtuelly is a marketplace that curates virtual experiences for remote and distributed teams to do team building and other fun activities.
Johnson and eCornell's online MSBA is designed for working professionals who seek to apply the tools of data science to real problems and real data.
The 97th Annual Hotel Ezra Cornell honors the resilience of people, service, and hospitality education within this year’s theme: Celebrate!
Johnson’s 10 Under 10 finalists, a diverse group of notable alumni, are making an impact as leaders in their careers and communities.
Meet the newest faculty from across the SC Johnson College of Business and learn about their academic focus, teaching, and interests.
Johnson’s Social Impact Internship Fund enabled Duncan Lee, MBA '22, to showcase his business and sustainability capability to AccountAbility.
Center for Hospitality Research and Medallia crowdsource ideas for making travel seamless
EMI research intern Juan Pablo Borda Kuhlmann analyzes China’s ESG potential, diving deep into its environmental, social, and governance policies.
Brazil and Mexico have different relationships with China with regards to its Belt and Road Initiative and other geopolitical factors.
The CHR Roundtable, Finding the Balance Between Driving Revenue & Managing Costs, addressed three key aspects of the issue: People, Process, and Technology.
Student interview with Emily Goldfischer ’92, founder and editor-in-chief of hertelier
In the wake of COVID-19, experts joined Professor Helen Chun to discuss recent trends in customer loyalty within the hospitality industry.
How do you help more people experience the magic of camping? "Glamping," or glamorous camping, is taking the alternative lodging industry by storm.
Taylor Nguyen Two-Year MBA ’21 discovered that intangible “goodwill” was far more valuable than salary, bonus, or location
William Cong sees opportunities to revolutionize high-tech research with insights from economics.
Christopher Nowacki Two-Year MBA ’22 leveraged previous work experiences to enhance his ability to collaborate and succeed on many different teams.
Entrepreneurship and family business have at times seemed at odds with each other, but upon a closer look, they are actually joined at the hip.