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What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that alerts you when new content is posted on your favorite websites. The Columbia Business School website offers several RSS feeds that can be read using RSS readers. A typical RSS feed contains headlines, summaries, and links back to full articles on the Columbia Business School website. Links to RSS feeds are usually identified by a small orange icon that reads RSS or XML. Below are links to all the RSS feeds on the Columbia Business School website.
Fair value accounting (FVA) is often cast as the culprit for accelerating the economic downturn in 2008, but a new study from Columbia Business School considers the advantages it offers relative to other methods of accounting. http://bit.ly/CBSfairvalue
By organizing a trip to Spain, Miguel Nigorra ’15 was able to contribute and give back to the school and his country. http://t.co/4dcIGEJz3x
Miguel Nigorra's ’15 Note to the Next Class By organizing a Chazen trip to Spain, Miguel Nigorra ’15 was able to contribute and give back to the school and his country. http://bit.ly/Nigorra
Congratulations to the
Class of 2014
Best of luck to all of you from the entire Columbia Business School community.
Moving forward, Columbia Business School’s online alumni community will be a resource for you that incorporates social networking technology and enables you to tap into the vast pool of knowledge and experience you share, while keeping in touch with the School.