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Ideas at Work: Feature
May 15, 2014

Option for Control

CEOs use their options to fight proxy battles.

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Ideas at Work: Feature
April 3, 2014

Competing With Bias

Research shows how discrimination works in the hiring process and suggests that science and tech firms that leave it unaddressed may overlook talented female candidates.

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Columbia Business: Feature
October 3, 2011

Poised for Impact

Simone Gubar
Scientist and TED Fellow Nina Tandon ’12 (EMBA) plans to translate scientific breakthroughs in the lab into world-changing clinical remedies — and nurture the innovation economy along the way.
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Columbia Business: Feature
September 22, 2011

There’s an (Alumni) App for That

Amanda Chalifoux and Simone Gubar

Mobile apps spearheaded by Columbia Business School alumni are bringing a new level of customer
interaction to business and connecting people with information — and one another — at lightning speed.

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Columbia Business: News
September 19, 2012

Show Your Support for the School on Columbia Giving Day

Give back during the first-ever Columbia Giving Day on October 24, 2012.
 
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Columbia Business: Q&A
September 14, 2012

A Better Fit

Simone Silverbush
It’s time to pull the work-life debate into the 21st century, says Cali Williams Yost ’95.
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Columbia Business: Feature
April 25, 2012

Outrageously Successful

Businesses first pitched as part of Columbia’s A. Lorne Weil Outrageous Business Plan Competition are proving that visionary thinking is a key to entrepreneurial success.
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Columbia Business: Feature
May 17, 2011

Kravis: Meaningful Success Requires Integrity

Henry Kravis ’69 urges the School’s newest alumni to take responsibility for shaping society.
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Columbia Business: Spotlight
October 17, 2012

Launch, Pivot, Grow

Simone Silverbush
Learning to be her own CTO was par for the course for Soo-jin Kim ’10 (EMBA), whose newly launched e-commerce site helps corporations book venues.
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Columbia Business: Q&A
January 5, 2011

At the Intersection of Art and Commerce

Affordable high-end technology has made documentary films cheaper to make, yet compelling nonfiction movies are still few and far between, says producer Mitchell Block ’74, whose film Poster Girl made the shortlist for this year’s Academy Awards nominations.
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