Better Business Chronicles

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SHA BusinessFeed

Mana Up supports Hawaii’s entrepreneurs and helps them to scale up

SHA graduate Meli James ’00 co-founded Mana Up to build up and support Hawaii’s ecosystem of entrepreneurs, providing tools to scale globally.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

UniPantry helps inexperienced home cooks create delicious, inexpensive meals

Startup Snapshot: Moussa Paye ’19, co-founder and CEO, UniPantry

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Meet Sonia Fajen, CEMS-MIM ’21

A passionate global strategist and leader who calls Bremen, Germany, home–meet Sonia Fajen, CEMS-MIM ’21.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

EMBA case competition: A winner’s perspective on innovation and new venture creation

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

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Learning From COVID-19: Addressing impacts in Dyson’s curriculum

Dyson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum, allowing students to keep pace with a business world in flux.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Dan Cane ’98 funds the Cane Entrepreneurship Scholars Program

Dan Cane ’98, who co-founded Blackboard when he was a student, has funded a new program to help student entrepreneurs achieve success.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Research: Regulation is vital for future of cryptocurrency industry

Regulation and regulatory policy play a critical role in the health and longevity of cryptocurrency markets.

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SHA BusinessFeed

Learning From COVID-19: Studying The Impact Of The Pandemic

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.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Learning from COVID: Addressing COVID-19 in Johnson’s curriculum

Johnson faculty incorporated pandemic challenges into their curriculum to spur relevant discussions, research, and analysis among students.