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.
“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.
Johnson will honor 10 Under 10 notable alumni for professional success, community involvement, and engagement with the Cornell community.
Christopher Nowacki Two-Year MBA ’22 leveraged previous work experiences to enhance his ability to collaborate and succeed on many different teams.
Center for Hospitality Research and Medallia crowdsource ideas for contactless technology that elevates the guest experience without compromising connection
Nick Mitilenes MBA/MS ’21 analyzes Brazil’s possibility of overcoming the challenges presented by constitutionally mandated healthcare.
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.
Ari Betof reflects on his experience judging the Emerging Markets Institute Case Competition and advocates for international-focused programs.
SC Johnson Chairman and CEO Fisk Johnson draws on his storied company’s values to navigate between business pragmatism and doing good.
Diego Calvillo de la Garza, MBA ’22, discusses the Emerging Market Institute’s webinar on future prospects for the economies of Latin American countries.
Congratulations to our 2021 Merrill Presidential Scholars–Dyson's Roger Hyman BS '21 and Ruth Park BS '21 and SHA's Samay Bansal BS '21 are Carol Wang BS '21.
A message from Cornell University President Martha Pollack regarding the national rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
Funding earmarked for Johnson alumni entrepreneurs enabled Marla Beyer, MBA ‘20, MHA ’20, to launch her startup, Hopscotch, right after graduation.
The gift establishes the Clifton R. Wharton Jr. Program of Global Engagement endowed fund, which supports the school's SMART program.
"ProducePay funds close to 2% of the market, that’s about $1 billion of produce per year," founder and CEO Pablo Borquez Schwarzbeck MBA ’15 told AFN.
The Circular Economy: Science and Business of Construction, a collaborative project with Mark Milstein, involves local stakeholders from all stages of a building's life cycle.
Cornell Emerging Markets Institute Fellow Sunayana Karra comments on the benefits and pitfalls of Cuba's physician export business.
Professor Harry Kaiser and his co-authors research the connection between grocery taxes and food insecurity in the United States.
Center for Hospitality Research collaborates with Medallia to create online Hospitality Ideas Community to crowdsource innovative ideas for supporting frontline employees
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
Brewed by active Bloods, Crips, and GDs, TRU Colors beer is helping promote peace and prosperity in a city once ravaged by gang violence.
Sunny Chai ’24 reflects on EMI visiting speaker Johanna Mair’s concept of modernizing emerging economies’ market structures.
Cornell alumni and industry experts representing both management and workers discuss whether U.S. employers should require their employees to be vaccinated.
Five teams participated in Investing at Cornell’s first Investment Ideas Forum, including undergraduate and graduate students from across Cornell.
Brian Kingston, managing partner and CEO of Brookfield Property Partners discusses his career and gives insight on the current state of the real estate industry at the 6th Annual Titans of Real Estate.
SHA Lecturer Lilly Jan, discusses Singapore’s restaurant recovery with chef-owners Travis Masiero ’03 and Ivan Brehm.
Dyson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum, allowing students to keep pace with a business world in flux.
An entrepreneurial concept addressing unaffordable and unsustainable funeral practices won first prize at the 11th annual Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition.
Dan Cane ’98, who co-founded Blackboard when he was a student, has funded a new program to help student entrepreneurs achieve success.
Johnson’s Big Red Bash included panel discussions with alumni honorees about their careers, leadership, and how Johnson prepared them as leaders.
Regulation and regulatory policy play a critical role in the health and longevity of cryptocurrency markets.
For the 90th birthday of Charles F. “Chuck” Feeney ’56, Cornell University officially unveiled Feeney Way on Cornell’s Ithaca campus, honoring the man who has been called the university’s “third founder.”
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.
A shared message from SC Johnson College leadership on the pending verdict of Derek Chauvin and resources for current students, faculty, and staff.
The Business Impact Symposium will feature panels that discuss the disappearing line between business and social and environmental issues.
Johnson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum to spur relevant discussions, research, and analysis among students.
FreedomPay SVP shares findings from a recent white paper on how hospitality can leverage contactless and touchless technology to create frictionless and customized guest experiences.
“It seems to me that this is a competition among new and old exchanges,” Professor Will Cong tells Bloomberg Wealth.
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.
PIHE has created an experiential networking program that grows student knowledge, interpersonal skills, and experience to help them succeed in business and life.
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.