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Borrowers Beware! When It Comes to Business Loans and Defaults, Not All State Laws Are Created Equal
Press Release | August 18, 2014
Columbia Business School study finds that New York’s tough contract laws make it the most favorable state for lenders
For Some CEOs, No Price Is Too High to Retain Control In a Proxy Battle
Press Release | July 31, 2014
In new research from Columbia Business School, CEOs are three times as likely to value shares above market value to avoid getting pushed out
4 Things Target’s New CEO Brian Cornell Needs To Do
Media Mentions | July 31, 2014 | USA Today
Prof. Mark Cohen says in order to recoup business, Target needs to get back to offer cutting-edge apparel and home merchandise that defined and differentiated the brand a decade ago.
Hong Kong Popping Housing Bubbles London Can’t Handle
Media Mentions | July 30, 2014 | Bloomberg Businessweek
Prof. Chris Mayer says the recent New York City mayoral election is just the beginning of increased attention around housing affordability as an election issue.
Shining a Light on Self-Awareness
Media Mentions | July 30, 2014 |
Prof. Daniel Ames’s research finds that the way we see ourselves is, at times, completely opposite of how others see us.
Rhode Island Treasurer Gina Raimondo Wants to ‘Minimize Attention’ to Wall Street Managers’ Compensation
Media Mentions | July 30, 2014 | International Business Times
Prof. Michael Weinberg argues that secrecy in pension funds allows for better deals that can be negotiated privately and, in turn, optimize returns for beneficiaries.
Shareswell Tries to Take the Bull Out of Bridal Registries by Adding Bulls and Bears
Media Mentions | July 28, 2014 | New York Business Journal
Sighting the trend of married couples returning wedding gifts in exchange for cash, Emily Washkowitz ’14 launched an online platform where people can gift shares of stock instead of household items.
‘Broken Windows’ Is Good in Theory, Troubling in Practice
Media Mentions | July 27, 2014 | The New York Times
Donnel Baird ’13 argues that instead of more policing and criminalizing of minorities, the NYPD should offer alternative ways of protecting the community, such as providing training and employment to offenders of minor violations.
The Power of Music Fuels Business School Research
Media Mentions | July 24, 2014 | Financial Times
Prof. Adam Galinsky’s research finds that different types of music can have powerful effects on the psyche, making individuals feel more creative, confident, or decisive.
Facebook’s Next Battle Is Wrestling Your Credit Card Number from Amazon
Media Mentions | July 24, 2014 | Money
Prof. Oded Netzer says more and more companies are realizing that it’s an uphill battle to make advertising profitable on social networks.
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