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Good Times are Rolling at Investment Banks
Media Mentions | April 20, 2015 | Marketplace Radio
After the 2008 financial crisis a false narrative of investment banking developed says Professor Charles Calomiris.
Do-It-All Era Ending as G.E. Returns to Core
Media Mentions | April 10, 2015 | The New York Times
Professor Bruce Greenwald calls General Electric’s decision to sell off most of its finance unit the end of an era.
Quants, Currencies and Merger Pranks
Media Mentions | April 02, 2015 | Bloomberg View
Professor Larry Glosten’s research on the modern stock market and eight of its most controversial practices is cited.
Vivendi Activist Investor Should Agitate to Eliminate Sky High Corporate Costs
Media Mentions | March 26, 2015 | Forbes
Professor Ava Seave bylines article discussing the excessive cost for media conglomerate, Vivendi to maintain a corporate operation managing completely disparate divisions.
The Investors Behind the Kraft-Heinz Merger
Media Mentions | March 25, 2015 | Marketplace Radio
Professor Donna Hitscherich weighs in on the Kraft-Heinz merger, noting that the devil is always in the details.
Hedge Fund Everest Capital Falls off a Swiss Cliff
Media Mentions | March 16, 2015 | CNBC
Professor Michael Weinberg comments on Everest Capital’s currency bet on the Swiss franc.
Ackman Hasn’t Backed down an Inch: Savoldelli
Media Mentions | March 13, 2015 | Bloomberg TV
Professor Fabio Savoldelli discusses the government’s probe into Bill Ackman’s firm for possible market manipulation of Herbalife.
Buyouts Snapshot: Vista Equity’s Robert Smith Unapologetic for Big Step-Up in Fund Size
Media Mentions | March 09, 2015 | peHUB
Keynote speaker, Robert F. Smith ’94, founder, chairman and CEO, Vista Equity Partners, remarks at the School’s 21st Annual Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference is highlighted.
Barclays Charge, BOE Dismissal, Stress Tests: Compliance
Media Mentions | March 04, 2015 | Bloomberg News
Research co-authored by Professor Paul Glasserman, finds stress tests, a key tool for setting bank capital levels, have become more predictable and therefore arguably less informative.
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