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Columbia Business School Startup Gurus to Offer 'Speed Mentoring' to Budding Entrepreneurs at NY TechDay 2014
Press Release | April 22, 2014
School signs on as exclusive higher education partner for event and will highlight nine successful young alumni startups
University Professors Awarded 2014 Eccles Prize
School News | April 11, 2014
Two University professors have been awarded the 2014 George S. Eccles Prize for Excellence in Economic Writing.
Columbia Announces 63 Winners of First-Ever Columbia Startup Lab Contest
Press Release | April 10, 2014
All-Star Pitchers Will Hate Instant Replay, According to New Research from Columbia Business School
Press Release | March 31, 2014
Columbia Business School Professor Reviews Data of Nearly 800K MLB Pitches and Finds ‘Star-Struck’ Umpires Show Bias in Favor of All-Star Pitchers
Event Connects Endowed Professors, Alumni
School News | March 31, 2014
Columbia Business School Community Gives Back to Local Community Through Inaugural Day of Impact
Press Release | March 27, 2014
Students, faculty, and staff showcase their passion for making a difference outside the classroom through ten community service projects throughout New York City
What's the Big Idea?
Media Mentions | March 23, 2014 | ESPN the Magazine
A paper by Martin Kleinbard ’14 was selected as a MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference Research Paper Finalist.
“I was Getting Death Stares”: The Story of Travefy’s First Sale
Media Mentions | March 22, 2014 | Fast Company
David Chait ’13 tells the story of troubleshooting his early–stage vacation planning venture, Travefy, with Richard Liang ’13 and making his first sale.
A New Golf Statistic Goes for a Test Drive
Media Mentions | March 21, 2014 | The Wall Street Journal
Prof. Mark Broadie’s strokes gained–tee to green metric is the newest in a growing family of strokes gained statistics that are changing the game of golf.
How Goldman Sachs Became a Household Name
Media Mentions | March 21, 2014 | Fortune
Prof. Steven Mandis’s new book, What Happened to Goldman Sachs, examines the history of the trading firm, its place in the worldwide financial crisis, and its future both on Wall Street and in the public’s perception.
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