Taking Johnson to the world and bringing the world to JohnsonI recently returned from a trip to Japan, Korea, and India, one of many trips I’ve taken as Johnson’s dean to countries around the world this year. Accompanied by Bill Huling ’68, MBA ’74, our associate dean of Alumni Affairs and Development, I have also traveled to and met with Johnson alumni in London, Paris, Dubai, and Tel Aviv. Soon, I will be going to Latin America — Mexico, Colombia, and Brazil. Finally, I’ll round out the year with a trip to Hong Kong and China later this spring. »
Ajay Singh, MBA ’90, co-founder and chairman of the board, Argentum MotorsThe Turnaround Man
At a Predictions event in New York City, New York Federal Reserve CEO William C. Dudley displayed cautious optimism about economic growth.
Are you a supertaster or a nontaster?
Marketers can change labels, packaging, and size — but more recently, research explores biological aspects of taste preferences to inform marketing strategies, as alumni and others learned from Cornell researchers at the Ithaca Predictions Dinner.
Demonetization and its Discontents
EMI speaker and Humphrey Fellow Gopalakrishnan Veilumuthusamy detailed what happened when India, one of the world’s most cash-dependent countries, decided to get rid of its most valuable currency notes.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Cornell College of Business Annual London Predictions Event
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Johnson Thought Leader Series in NYC - The Fintech Revolution: Part II
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Family, Wealth & Values
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Cornell College of Business Annual Boston Predictions Event