| March 13, 2017
I-Care, which uses technology and medical data to match disabled senior citizens with local professional caregivers, was recognized by the Global Public Policy Network at its conference last month.
Topics: Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, Media and Technology, World Business | Read Article
| 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
| January 30, 2017
Dean Glenn Hubbard responds to President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration.
| December 14, 2016
The innovative program focuses on teaching fundamental analysis to provide students with practical tools for fundamental investing.
Topics: Corporate Finance | Read Article
| November 28, 2016
The Columbia Business School community has lost an extraordinary colleague and friend in Margaret M. Cannella ’76, who passed away peacefully over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Topics: Corporate Finance, Leadership | Read Article
Ethics and Leadership News
| November 22, 2016
The Bernstein Center brought together titans of industry, sports, and entrepreneurship to discuss the role of leadership in promoting an ethical culture — in both the workplace and society at large.
Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy, Leadership | Read Article
| October 28, 2016
Sidney and Helaine Lerner have generously endowed the new Lerner Value Adjuncts Fund, which will support the program of adjunct professors who teach Applied Value Investing at the School.
Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance | Read Article
| September 30, 2016
The event featured experiential games, talks from successful alumni, and awards.
Topics: Leadership | Read Article
Family Business News
| September 27, 2016
The Family Business Program at Columbia Business School and Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), which operates the oldest and largest privately held bank in the United States, have announced a new partnership for the 2016–17 academic year. The partnership includes a gift from BBH that will provide crucial seed money to develop and scale the Family Business Program. The funds will enable the program to move forward with immediate plans for curricular development, research, and new student and alumni programming. BBH is the Family Business Program’s founding corporate sponsor.
Topics: Leadership, Organizations | Read Article
| August 12, 2016
The W. Edwards Deming Center at Columbia Business School announced that the 2016 Deming Cup for Operational Excellence will be awarded to David M. Cote, chairman and CEO of Honeywell, and Indra K. Nooyi, chairman and CEO of PepsiCo.
Topics: Operations | Read Article