What influences retail stock investing? Advertising–that's according to Dyson Professor Jura Liaukonyte and her co-researchers.
Are hotel prices signaling a return to pre-pandemic levels? Professor Crocker Liu weighs in.
A study found calorie labels on menus resulted in a reduction in calories ordered, but with a catch.
Research shows that consumers fail to differentiate between deliberate and nondeliberate missing information, and marketers can take advantage.
SC Johnson Chairman and CEO Fisk Johnson draws on his storied company’s values to navigate between business pragmatism and doing good.
Professor Alex Susskind tells The Washington Post that consumer demand might pull the industry through the next crisis, but levels of vaccine and mask-aversion will cause regional differences.
“Coworkers who eat together tend to perform at a higher level than their peers, yet cafeterias are often undervalued by companies,” Professor Kevin Kniffin tells WIRED.
Professor Eswar Prasad authors a New York Times op-ed on the consequences of bitcoin and cryptocurrency technologies.
Opinion: The S&P 500 would be below 1,600 without these 3 pillars and those supports are now weakeningJune 5, 2021
Private equity now plays a much bigger role than in the past, says Andrew Karolyi, dean of Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business.
SHA graduate Meli James '00 co-founded Mana Up to build up and support Hawaii’s ecosystem of entrepreneurs, providing tools to scale globally.
Startup Snapshot: Moussa Paye ’19, co-founder and CEO, UniPantry
A passionate global strategist and leader who calls Bremen, Germany, home–meet Sonia Fajen, CEMS-MIM ’21.
A Q&A with Linda Alvarez, MD, Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY class of 2021, CEO and co-founder of new sports nutrition venture Levelle
Dyson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum, allowing students to keep pace with a business world in flux.
Dan Cane ’98, who co-founded Blackboard when he was a student, has funded a new program to help student entrepreneurs achieve success.
Regulation and regulatory policy play a critical role in the health and longevity of cryptocurrency markets.
Students and faculty at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration (SHA) are examining pandemic-related issues while reimagining a future for the business of hospitality.
Cornell Receives TEAM Trophy Award Four Years in a Row, Showing What’s Possible When Everyone Is CommittedJuly 29, 2021
For the fourth year in a row, Cornell University’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management received The Consortium’s TEAM Trophy Award.
Meet the newest faculty from across the SC Johnson College of Business and learn about their academic focus, teaching, and interests.
Professor Risa Mish receives Cornell University's inaugural Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in Graduate and Professional Degree Programs.
Johnson's BioEntrepreneurship fellowship will connect participants to life science companies in New York state while catalyzing the formation of new life science startups.
Alanna Miyajima, MBA ’21, writes about how her experience at Johnson helped her pivot into a career helping to make food systems more sustainable.
As part of the BR Microenterprise program, MBA candidates Tyler Ashcraft and Faraan Khan worked with EpiWell, a local diabetes management company.
Preparing for the Return of Business Meetings, Conferences and Travel: Is High-Tech the New High-Touch?July 20, 2021
Industry experts share insight with Professor Chekitan Dev in a panel discussion on how best to prepare for the return of business travel.
The pandemic has created workplace safety challenges.This webinar highlights hospitality labor and management working together.
Over 30 years later, Ellen Yui now acts as the guiding force for a new generation of rising industry leaders through the Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship’s Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIR) program.
Roundtable Recap: Biden’s NLRB, UNITE HERE, and the pandemic discussed at 9th Annual CIHLER Labor Relations RoundtableJune 17, 2021
CIHLER’S Ninth Annual Labor Relations Roundtable explored expected changes from the Biden administration’s National Labor Relations Board.
The Importance of Social Listening: Using Technology to Provide Personalized and Customer-Centric ServiceJune 16, 2021
A virtual keynote to explore how hospitality companies can leverage social listening to deliver personalized guest experiences
Center for Hospitality Research and Medallia crowdsource ideas for contactless technology that elevates the guest experience without compromising connection
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.