Hidden Volume From Small Trades to Hit Screens Today
December 09, 2013
Johnson's Maureen O'Hara talks about trading strategies.
CardHub’s 2014 Credit Predictions
December 04, 2013
Professor Randy Allen discusses how credit card companies offer generous rewards to attract new customers.
Analyst Estimates And Downgrades: A Look At Nuance
December 03, 2013
Roni Michaely’s paper entitled, “What Drives the Value of Analyst Recommendations: Earnings Estimates or Discount Rate Estimates?" was referenced in this article about analyst tips.
How to Gauge the Price of Danger
November 30, 2013
Robert Frank is featured in an article about safety regulations and how individuals may sacrifice safety in lieu of a larger paycheck.
Cornell M.B.A. Melds Technology, Management
November 25, 2013
The Wall Street Journal describes the innovative new MBA program offered by Johnson at Cornell NYC Tech.
The holdouts: Wealthy sellers who refuse to lower asking prices
November 22, 2013
Robert Frank states that given unemployment remains at over 9%, lavish over-the-top houses are out of sync with the national mood.
4 pricing tricks to sell your home faster
November 22, 2013
Johnson's Manoj Thomas shares some home pricing tricks that will help get homes sold quicker.
UPDATE: Five virtual currencies other than bitcoin
November 18, 2013
Robert Bloomfield was mentioned speaking about the use of the Linden dollar in virtual arenas such as Second Life
A helping of holiday creep
November 10, 2013
Randy Allen discusses the effects of merchants decision to open on Thanksgiving day.
Twitter IPO Lacks Volatility of a "Bubble"
November 08, 2013
Finance Professor Robert Jarrow tells the Washington Post that apart from an initial spike, Twitter’s first-day stock performance is more stable than a classic bubble.
Why the highest paid people make so much money
November 07, 2013
Professor Robert Frank explains how the upper class is able to keep expanding their wealth.
In New York Casino Vote, a Dance With Temptation
November 03, 2013
Robert Frank discusses the possible negative effects on NYS with the addition of casinos.
Macy’s the latest retailer to say it will open Thanksgiving night
October 27, 2013
Johnson's Randy Allen states how Macy's decision to open on Thanksgiving Eve will likely have a positive effect on the holiday shopping rush.
Driving Change in Latin America: A Focus on Technology and Innovation
October 24, 2013
EMI was mentioned for their "Innovation in Latin America" conference and Lourdes Casanova stated that innovation should go beyond R&D and patents.
Poof goes the middle class
October 22, 2013
Robert Frank mentions how inequality leads to lower economic growth and more poverty.
Economics is making us greedier
October 21, 2013
Robert Frank explains how studying economics may cause more greed.
Casinos for Inequality
October 14, 2013
Professor Robert Frank discusses how the new casinos are directly contributing to social and economic inequality in America.
The Grand Theory Of Business, From Charles Darwin
October 12, 2013
Robert H. Frank's book What Might Darwin Have Said about Private Contracts that Limit Competition? is mentioned in this article discussing economic theory.
Costs of investments in China on the rise
October 09, 2013
Andrew Karolyi discusses the rising cost of investment in China given the labor costs, investment restrictions and regulations.
Global Pension Crisis: Unfunded Liabilities and How We Can Fill the Gap
October 09, 2013
Johnson's Richard Marin has a new book out this month entitled Global Pension Crisis: Unfunded Liabilities and How We Can Fill the Gap.