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Charging toward Duracell: A P&G case study

Drew Pascarella, lecturer of finance, indicated this was, “our easiest and shortest case” for the Investment Banking Immersion. It is amazing how the banker in me came out to put my best foot forward.

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The Billionaire’s Apprentice author Anita Raghavan explores motivations behind insider trading cases

Journalist, author, and speaker Anita Raghavan draws on noteworthy insider trading trials to examine “Why Good People Do Bad Things” for the 2018 Day Family Ethics Lecture.

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Hotelies set course for the cruise industry with immersive Royal Caribbean experience

Students recently traded their winter jackets for sunglasses to get a closer look into the cruise industry with Robert Kwortnik’s Introduction to the Global Leisure Cruise Industry course.

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5 things I learned from Ben Alden ’06, general counsel at Betterment

One of my favorite speakers this month was Ben Alden ’06, a fintech legal authority general counsel at Betterment. I could not have been more impressed by the quality, openness, and insightfulness of Ben’s presentation at Cornell Tech.

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The state of fintech: Takeaways from Ernst & Young’s visit

The banking industry has been a late adopter of technology, known for making things inefficient and hard both for internal processes and clients using their products. New tech competitors are now threatening the banking industry by offering a superior user experience.

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Stanley Bergman speaks on current business ethics with a message for millennials

Johnson welcomed chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Henry Schein, a top worldwide distributor of medical, dental, and veterinary supplies.

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Restaurant revolutionary Damian Mogavero visits Hotel School

Damian Mogavero brought his success story to the Hotel School on Sept. 18 in a whirlwind 24-hour visit that included guest-lecturing, sharing every meal with groups of students and faculty members, and speaking about his new book.

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Cornell Chronicle: Hotels thrive even in the age of Airbnb

Innovation, shifting demographics, and globalization will spur a “golden age” of travel, according to Arthur Adler ’78, keynote speaker at the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit.