Better Business Chronicles

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Small stock trades can predict big market changes

Using a metric developed by a research team led by Maureen O’Hara, professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, it was determined that fractional trading is predictive of future market liquidity and volatility.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Using Open Data, Natalie Grillon Makes Supply Chains Collaborative and Transparent

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise celebrates 20 for 20 honoree Natalie Grillon, MBA ’12, CEO of Open Supply Hub.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Research: Technology Is Changing How Companies Do Business

The Cornell Dyson research highlights the importance of businesses staying ahead of the curve in technology. Companies that embrace digital technologies now are likely to be the ones that thrive in the future.

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Nolan BusinessFeed

Collaboration Reimagines Shopping Mall as Wellness Hub

Faculty and students joined community members, nonprofit leaders and Cayuga Health System representatives April 12-13 to explore a new vision for The Shops at Ithaca Mall focused on health equity.

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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

SC Johnson College Announces its 10 Under 10 Notable Alumni for 2024

The Dyson School, Johnson School, and Nolan School celebrate 10 notable alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

SC Johnson College of Business Offers New Climate Finance Course

Visiting Assistant Professor Alissa M. Kleinnijenhuis created a Climate Finance course for the SC Johnson College of Business

Professor John Doris sits on a stool with arms outstretched in front of a red wall with the text "Our Business is a Better World."
Dyson BusinessFeed

Community Conversations Offer Safe Space For Exchanging Ideas

The “Food for Thought Series,” a program launched in the fall of 2023, is intended to destigmatize lived experiences and offer the chance to address controversial topics.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Persistent questioning of knowledge takes a toll

Dyson Assistant Professor Laura Niemi’s research shows regular exposure to even subtle prejudice and discrimination degrades physical and mental health.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Artificial Intelligence Could Soon Make Management Decisions

AI chatbots can help with customer service, financial transactions, and more. Soon business leaders will use AI to make management decisions.