Fox News has the greatest potential sway over US voters, but about a dozen media organizations have the power to swing a close election, says Andrea Prat, the Richard Paul Richman Professor of Business.
Carson Family Professor of Business Miklos Sarvary sees Facebook as an ambivalent force in the media, raising the quality of top newspapers while hurting profits for everyone.
For years, retail studies director Mark Cohen has been predicting the demise of Sears — and drawing takeaways for today’s business leaders.
Dean Glenn Hubbard and Professor Charles Calomiris on the economic fallout from President Trump’s first two years — and prescriptions for the next two.
Pro bono work trains you to be more successful and gives your employer information about how you will perform in a more senior role, says Assistant Professor Vanessa Burbano.
A key player in the US’s winning bid to host the 2026 World Cup, this Columbia Business School economist addresses the challenges of managing at the top level of the world’s most popular sport.
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