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The Lackluster Past and Promising Future of China’s Central Bank Digital Currency

China’s slow adoption of its central bank digital currency, e-CNY, suggests existing electronic payments systems can be a deterrent.

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AI Opens New Frontiers in Finance

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform finance, according to experts at a conference hosted by the SC Johnson College of Business and the University of Oxford.

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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.

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Maureen O’Hara Named Quant Researcher of the Year

Crashes. Crypto. Cost of trading. From everyday transactions to industry-wide issues, the rules governing markets—microstructures—remain ‘endlessly fascinating’ for one Cornell finance professor.

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AI Will Revolutionize Business, Business Education, and Democracy, Experts Say

AI in product development, finance, higher education, and democracy were the topics of discussion at an SC Johnson College of Business conference.

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From Capital Project Owner to Consultant: A Q&A with Liezl Diaz, EMBA/MS ’21

Career Corner: Architect Liezl Diaz pivoted from managing capital projects for a healthcare provider to consulting for healthcare capital projects.

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An Undergraduate’s Journey in Financial Analysis

Caitlyn Walsh ’24 (CALS) reflects upon her four years at Cornell University studying investment research.

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Women’s History: First female faculty members

In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, we’re featuring the first female faculty members at each of our schools here at @SCJohnsonCollege.

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Worker mobility can impact adoption of new technology

The research team found that increased worker mobility can negatively impact a business’s ability to adopt new technology such as artificial intelligence.