Trade Off to a One-Year MBA
November 26, 2012
Risa Mish, faculty director for the Accelerated MBA Program, talks to the Graduate Management Admission Council about how Johnson builds and strengthens its one-year MBA.
Fresh approach on government in US
November 21, 2012
Robert Frank is mentioned in an article about creating a fresh approach to government and the possibility of new jobs relating to the renewal of our infrastructure being a good option.
YOUR MONEY: Behind the Black Friday hot toy lists
November 20, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen discusses the difficult decisions parents are forced to make when purchasing toys for their children for the holidays.
Odd lot orders to be added to US stock data feed
November 20, 2012
Maureen O'Hara from Johnson discusses odd lot orders being added to US stock data feed.
Reed considers allowing tax hike for wealthy
November 19, 2012
Johnson's Robert Frank responds to Reed's consideration of a tax hike for the wealthy.
The Cost of Deceptive Politics
November 14, 2012
Dana Radcliffe, Day Family Senior Lecturer of Business Ethics, writes for the Huffington Posts new TEDWeekends series. This week's topic: lying.
Heard Off the Street: When vote per share is just not fair
November 11, 2012
Johnson finance professor Andrew Karolyi talks about the problems that occur, when a company has multiple classes of stock.
Do You Feel Lucky?
November 08, 2012
Johnson's Manoj Thomas discusses his findings of pricing psychology in relation to real estate purchases.
New Danger From Sandy: Scams
November 02, 2012
Johnson's Randy Allen is featured in an article warning consumers to beware of scams in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The Presidential Politics Game: Why Honesty Can't Win
October 30, 2012
Dana Radcliffe, the Day Family Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics, writes in the Huffington Post about how the presidential candidates take liberties with facts, and ways to increase honesty in presidential politics.
Economists discuss policies, recession on eve of election
October 29, 2012
Professor Maureen O'Hara discussed the national deficit at a panel discussion entitled "Economics, Public Policy and the Election" which was held on 10/26/12 at Ives Hall.
Students put IBM's Watson supercomputer to work
October 24, 2012
Rhett Weiss, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute at Johnson, judges IBM Watson competition at Cornell.