The corporate debt market has doubled in size since the financial crisis, now accounting for nearly 50 percent of US GDP. Investment-grade (or highly rated) corporate bonds, such as Apple’s AA+ bond, are in demand. What’s causing this run on corporate debt?
A K-shaped recovery occurs when different parts of the economy recover at different rates, times, or magnitudes. For many developing countries and emerging markets, the end of the COVID-19 crisis is a long way off.
The world's two largest economies are both partners and rivals, deeply intertwined but also with divergent interests. How will these contradictions resolve themselves following COVID-19?
The Great Business of Brexit: CBS Alumni Prepare
Is Brexit helping or hurting businesses? Attendees of Columbia Business School’s Pan-Euro Forum, held in Paris in October 2018, discuss how they are preparing for Great Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Let Go, Listen, and Trust: Leadership Lessons from CBS Alumni
Attendees of Columbia Business School’s Pan-Euro Forum, held in Paris in October 2018, share the hard lessons they learned to become the leaders they are today.
How to Network in an Interconnected World
What makes global networking unique? Attendees of Columbia Business School’s Pan-Euro Forum, held in Paris in October 2018, share their top tips on cross-border networking — and how Columbia Business School stands out.