The Impact of Leadership
May 31, 2015
Kathleen O'Connor discusses the impact of leadership.
May 28, 2015
You won't believe the $%#! you've been eating
May 27, 2015
Mark Milstein is mentioned in this story pertaining to a number of major fast-food chains and food companies recently announcing healthier practices.
U.S. middle class between a rock and a hard place
May 23, 2015
Johnson's Robert Frank discusses the shrinking middle class.
The rise and rise of Jorge Paulo Lemann
May 12, 2015
Lourdes Casanova speaks of Jorge Paulo Lemann, “The culture that he put in all his companies is an obsession to increase the profit margin… that was new in Brazil, because in Latin America, very often [the] labour cost is not that high, so the search for efficiency comes from cheap labour costs. There was no focus on productivity until he installed this tremendous focus on [it]”
Book ranks emerging markets by risk to investors
May 11, 2015
In his new book, “Cracking the Emerging Markets Enigma,” Andrew Karolyi, Cornell professor of finance, takes a first-of-its-kind look at the fundamental risks associated in investing in what are called “emerging” foreign markets.
'Flash Crash' of 2010 Is History but Stock Markets Are Still Vulnerable
May 06, 2015
"A lot of what has happened since the Flash Crash is what I would call proactive regulation," said Maureen O'Hara,
Who really gets heard at work? Whoever’s in the majority
May 05, 2015
Jim Detert was a co-author of a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, in which they found that bosses were less likely to value or even notice the suggestions of people who were wallflowers at work, new to the job, or racial minorities.
Negotiation tips from your ‘friends’
April 28, 2015
Beta Mannix gives insight into successful negotiation tips.
Panel: Poor leadership endangers family businesses
April 27, 2015
Rhett Weiss and Daniel Van Der Vliet were on a panel that discussed how poor leadership can endanger family businesses.
Americans' identification with middle class remains broad - struggles and all
April 26, 2015
Robert Frank is mentioned in this article about the continued shrinking of the middle class.
Johnson Profs Among World's Top 40 Under 40
April 22, 2015
Alumni, students share business ideas at Celebration.
April 21, 2015
Zach Shulman is mentioned in this article about Entrepreneurship @ Cornell.
Eco-Economics takes on Neoliberalism
April 20, 2015
Instead of "buying for glory", a social externality that drains nature s capital, Robert Frank, an economist at Cornell, suggests a progressive consumption tax.