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Democrats Question Game-Like Trading Apps at House Hearing

“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.

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Students save man from frigid lake after fishing mishap

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.

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Opinion: Flying is safer than driving, even during the pandemic. These statistics show why.

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.

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Market Manipulation Chatter Rises as Digital Art Scene Explodes

“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.”

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Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Alumni Startups Tackle COVID-19 Challenges

Enroute and Tangle–two startups launched by 2020 Cornell Tech MBA graduates–are tackling the challenges of COVID-19.

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Student Entrepreneurship Fuels Business Growth And Learning

Professor Chris Marquis authors a Forbes Q&A article featuring Nick Bayer ’00, founder and CEO of Saxbys.

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COVID-19’s Impact on the Workplace

Professor Kevin Kniffin discusses his coauthored article, “COVID-19 and the Workplace,” with Psychology Today.

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17% of food production globally wasted, UN report estimates

Broader system changes are key to helping reduce waste in households, Professor Chris Barrett tells the Associated Press.

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Marriott Names Tony Capuano as New CEO

Marriott International names Hotelie Tony Capuano ’87 as new chief executive officer (CEO).