Corporate Finance

Review: In ‘Spider Network,’ an Intriguing Tale of Complicity

Media Mentions | March 17, 2017 | The New York Times

Professor Jonathan Knee

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Why Ackman's Valeant Trade Turned Into a Bust

Media Mentions | March 14, 2017 | Bloomberg

Professor Fabio Savoldelli

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance | Read Article

Why Market Reporters Lean Towards Negative News

Media Mentions | March 10, 2017 | The Financial Times

The Second Annual News & Finance Conference

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Markets Reporters Tend to Focus More on the Negative

Media Mentions | March 10, 2017 | TalkingBizNews

The Second Annual News & Finance Conference

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It’s Time for a Revolution in Investor Disclosures

Media Mentions | March 10, 2017 | The Wall Street Journal

Professor Eric Johnson

Topics: Corporate Finance, Marketing | Read Article

Too Much Dry Powder As Asset Prices Hit Records

Media Mentions | March 09, 2017 | Forbes

Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference

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As a Family Business, How Do You Grow?

School News | March 09, 2017

The Fourth Annual Family Business Conference brought together family business leaders, consultants, and research experts to talk about paths to expansion.

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance, Leadership, Media and Technology, Operations, Organizations, Strategy, World Business | Read Article

Successfully Climbing the Growth Ladder in Family Enterprises

Media Mentions | March 09, 2017 | Wealth Management

Fourth Annual Family Business Conference

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Opinion: These Changes to Quarterly Reports Would Benefit Companies and Investors

Media Mentions | March 08, 2017 | MarketWatch

Professor Shiva Rajgopal

Topics: Accounting, Corporate Finance | Read Article

Firms in Financial Distress Are Unintentionally Driving Entrepreneurship, says Research from Columbia Business School

Finance Press Releases | March 07, 2017

Frustrated with constraints imposed upon them by their employers during times of distress, many high-quality employees feel compelled to take the leap into entrepreneurship. This is most likely to happen when their companies face financial distress and become restrictive, says a study from Columbia Business School.

Topics: Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship | Read Article