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Being Sarcastic Could Boost Your Creativity Levels

Media Mentions | July 28, 2015 | Business Insider

Research by Professor Adam Galinsky explains that the processes involved with initiating and delivering a sarcastic comment may improve the creativity and cognitive functioning of both speaker and listener.

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Go Ahead, Be Sarcastic

Media Mentions | July 27, 2015 | Science Blog

Research by Professor Adam Galinsky finds that sarcasm offers more psychological and organizational benefits, allowing individuals to perform tasks more creatively.

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Gender Bias in Science and Tech Is an Issue Not Confined to Hong Kong

Media Mentions | July 27, 2015 | South China Morning Post

Research from Columbia Business School finding the paucity of women in STEM in the U.S. is due to gender bias, not pipeline issues or personal choice as previously believed is cited.

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Sarcasm May Make You More Creative

Media Mentions | July 27, 2015 | Popular Science

Research by Professor Adam Galinsky explains that the processes involved with initiating and delivering a sarcastic comment may improve the creativity and cognitive functioning of both speaker and listener.

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What These 12 Highly Successful People Worry about Every Day

Media Mentions | July 27, 2015 | The Huffington Post

Warren Buffett ’51 is asked the biggest key to success, to which he advises people to read at least 500 pages of reports and trade publications daily to build knowledge.

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Meet the Incoming MBA Class

Media Mentions | July 27, 2015 | The Financial Times

Bo Zhang ’17, MBA blogger for the Financial Times, shares his pre-Columbia Business School experience.

Topics: Organizations | Read Article

Go-Shop Provisions: Buyer Beware

Media Mentions | July 26, 2015 | The Financial Times

Research by Professors Charles Calomiris and Donna Hitscherich looked at “go-shop” provisions, which allow a company to actively seek other bidders over a 30-45 day period, and found utilizing these provisions does not create additional revenue.

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How to Shop for a Home

Media Mentions | July 26, 2015 | Sioux City Journal

Professor Ran Kivetz says when it comes to consumer satisfaction sometimes the most “practical” choice is not the best in the long term.

Topics: Real Estate, Risk Management | Read Article

Not Lonely at the Top

Media Mentions | July 24, 2015 | The New York Times

Professor Adam Galinsky co-authors byline about his research, which finds that the more powerful people perceive themselves to be in their everyday lives, the less frequently they report being lonely. 

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Radio Broadcasters See Uptick in Ad Revenue on Location-Based Targeting

Media Mentions | July 23, 2015 | Mobile Marketer

Professor Miklos Sarvary’s research finds that customers who visit the same locations at the same time have similar purchase preferences. He adds that marketers can enhance their advertising strategy by tapping into the history of consumer’s locations. 

Topics: Marketing, Media and Technology | Read Article