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Meet Cornell Johnson’s MBA Class of 2020

There’s more than one way to be a Johnson MBA. Meet twelve members of the Class of 2020, and hear exactly why each of them chose Cornell.

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Have African-American chefs finally shattered the glass ceiling?

Alex Susskind, an associate professor in the Hotel School that teaches restaurant management courses, offers his thoughts on the winners of this year’s James Beard Awards and why together they represent a breakthrough for African-American chefs.

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Protecting customers’ privacy requires more than anonymizing their data

Sachin Gupta, professor of management and director of graduate studies in management at Johnson, co-authors a fascinating article on protecting customer data, recently published in Harvard Business Review.

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Mary Meeker, MBA ’86, releases internet trends report: New online users are getting harder to find

The smartphone business is not growing anymore, according to this year’s installment of Mary Meeker’s much-lauded annual tech industry report. In 2014, Meeker, MBA ’86, was listed as the 77th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes.

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Banking, big data analytics & the latest MBA jobs trends at Johnson at Cornell

Cynthia Saunders-Cheatham, executive director of the Career Management Center at Johnson, explains why increasingly more employers want MBAs with data analytics skills.

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Starbucks is closing all its U.S. stores for diversity training day – experts say that’s not enough

Jamie Perry, assistant professor of human resource management at the Hotel School, provides expert analysis into the importance of reinforcing positive impact on the workforce.

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Urban sports resorts are closing the gap between fitness and hospitality

Steven Schwartz ’81, president and chief executive officer of Midtown Athletic Clubs, recounts the moment he realized the combination of an athletic club and hotel could become an urban sports resort.

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How Grubhub, Uber Eats, and other meal-delivery apps are killing hotel room service

Alex Susskind, associate professor at the Hotel School, offers insight into why meal-delivery apps are increasingly more popular than traditional hotel room service.

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How cheap dockless hire bikes are flooding the world

Karan Girotra, a visiting professor of operations, technology, and information management at Cornell Tech, offers market insights into why dockless hire bikes are fast becoming the preferred mode of transportation in cities around the world.