Bruce Kogut, the director of the School's Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics, discusses the center's latest perspective about making the financial sector work for Wall Street and Main Street after the financial crisis.
Last fall a panel of high-powered finance experts??including bank executives, regulators, politicians, journalists and a Nobel laureate in economics??assembled at Columbia??s Miller Theatre to participate in a panel titled ??Financial Innovation: A Risky Business??
Barbara Krumsiek, chair, president, and CEO of Calvert Investments, has been awarded Columbia Business School??s 2012 Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics. The award was presented during a ceremony on Monday, November 26.
Diverse firms are perceived as more ethical and less deserving of punishment when they do commit transgressions.
With some risk, but the prospect of great reward, Tim Cook can polish Apple as a company willing to change while emphasizing its greatest asset: the love of a design aesthetic that also meets the moral and lifestyle expectations of its customers, its fans -- and even its critics.
Professor Bruce Kogut recently co-authored an article describing how bringing philanthropic and investment capital together effectively could increase capacity to address pressing social challenges and how savvy financial structuring would be necessary to make this work.
The brutal fact is that spending money on lobby groups often pays off for companies. Gillian Tett of the Financial Times discusses insights from the Business and Politics conference.
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