Cornell Johnson School of Management

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Forbes.com

By | November 1st, 2014|

Accounting For GE January 19, 2007 Forbes.com anchor Michele Steele interviews Bob Swieringa, Dean of Cornell's Johnson School.

Financial Times

By | November 1st, 2014|

The Long View: Time to question decades of dogma on stock splits By John Authers, April 4, 2007 This is a holy juncture. Christians are celebrating Easter while Jews are celebrating Passover. These festivals strengthen and reassert faith, but they do so in large part by questioning it. At a less profound level, self-questioning can be [...]

Businessweek

By | November 1st, 2014|

Cornell Professor Builds on His Base August 1, 2007 As one of the founding fathers of the "base of the pyramid" economic theory, Stuart Hart plays a crucial role in reshaping the way companies view the 4 billion people who live in poverty. The Cornell B-school professor is the founder and chair of the school's Center [...]

Latin Business Chronicle

By | November 1st, 2014|

Colombia: Small Business Boom November 13, 2007 Small business is booming in Colombia thanks to reduced violence and economic growth, a new report says. Other experts also point to Colombia reducing red tape and becoming more competitive. The new report comes as the International Monetary Fund praises Colombia for its strong GDP growth and macro economic [...]

Marketplace

By | November 1st, 2014|

Taxing ourselves green November 12, 2007 Doug Krizner: Food, clothes, furniture -- in the last few years, the goods we buy travel further and faster than ever before. That chews up a whole lot of energy, and leaves behind a whole lot of pollution. So is the consumer economy itself unsustainable? Commentator Robert Frank is a [...]

Christian Science Monitor

By | November 1st, 2014|

Can Web-based worlds teach us about the real one? By Chris Gaylord, Jan 23, 2008 With last week's stock market sputter and re newed warnings of a recession, policymakers and presidential candidates are hawking countless plans to jump-start the economy. These proposals are often complex, sometimes controversial, and almost always conjectural. If only there were a [...]

Financial Times

By | November 1st, 2014|

Lessons in Development By Sarah Murray, February 25 2008 To judge by their activities, one might think some MBA students at Cornell's Johnson School in the state of New York were pursuing a degree in international development. Their projects range from water purification technologies for poor African communities to a sustainable tourism initiative in Croatia. Students [...]

Psychology Today

By | November 1st, 2014|

Can't Wait! By Jett Stone, February 20 2008 Our presidential candidates are offering images of a new post-election world and boasting about their respective experience—but the forward-thinking chants are more naturally rousing: New research shows that when we're imagining the future, we experience more vivid emotions than when we're describing events that have actually happened. While [...]

WSJ

By | November 1st, 2014|

In India, How Do Rooftop Gardens Grow? March 5, 2008 HYDERABAD, India -- Can growing vegetables on India's slum rooftops and holding cooking classes in slum alleyways make a difference? That is the contention of a new program that's about to begin in a 100-acre slum in the capital city of India's southern state of Andhra [...]

Inside Higher Ed

By | November 1st, 2014|

Brand Extension By: Elia Powers, May 20, 2008 There are down sides to being a Cornell University student in Seattle. The 6:30 a.m. Saturday class starts are brutal. Ask any of the four business school students who are huddled at the end of a conference table in this suburban office building. They are looking over spreadsheets [...]