Finance

Women on Wall Street: Charged for Success
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Women on Wall Street: Charged for Success

To make it on Wall Street, a woman needs stellar skills in finance and investing plus the mettle and stamina to excel in a world dominated by men.

Photo of Sage Hall with a box of Valentine's Day chocolate
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On Valentine’s Day, two MBAs are better than one

On Valentine’s Day, we’re celebrating some of our Sage Hall couples! We love that there’s love within our Cornell Johnson MBA community. <3

Startup Snapshot: Solving New Challenges
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Startup Snapshot: Solving New Challenges

Marlon Nichols, MBA ’11, managing partner, Cross Culture Ventures

Understanding Risk Management
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Understanding Risk Management

Robert Jarrow’s new textbook, The Economic Foundations of Risk Management, aims to give MBA students a solid understanding of the economic models used to manage business and portfolio risk.

From Wall Street to Arts Commissioner: A Career in Five Acts
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From Wall Street to Arts Commissioner: A Career in Five Acts

Grace Han Wolf ’86, MBA ’91

Key Financial Crisis Player Looks for 2008’s Lessons
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Key Financial Crisis Player Looks for 2008’s Lessons

Thomas A. Russo, MBA ’69, JD ’69, author of The 2008 Financial Crisis and Its Aftermath: Addressing the Next Debt Challenge

Watch Your Language: The Value of Clarity
Enterprise

Watch Your Language: The Value of Clarity

In investor communications, good writing can attract investors and enhance share prices.

Eswar Prasad: Despite yuan's meteoric rise, dollar will dominate
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Eswar Prasad: Despite yuan’s meteoric rise, dollar will dominate

In his new book, Gaining Currency: The Rise of the Renminbi, Prasad evaluates the real power of China’s currency.