The Curl Ideas to wrap your mind around
Getting Your People Strategy Right
Seven ways to grow and protect your most valuable asset.
China's Bumpy New Normal
Supply-side or demand-side economics? The policy approach China adopts will strongly influence economic performance and prospects worldwide.Read More
A Purposeful Path
For decades, Sandra Divack Moss ’83 has dedicated herself to supporting nonprofits in New York City and beyond.
School’s First Student Value-Investing Fund Offers Rare Hands-on Experience
Thanks to a generous gift from investor Thomas Russo, the new 5x5x5 Student Value Investment Fund provides students with real-world, long-term value investing opportunities.
Why Risky Shadow Banking is Unlikely to Go Away
New Research from Columbia Business School Shows that Despite the Federal Reserve’s Success at Reducing Liquidity Risks, Many Banks Resisted Joining from its BeginningRead More
What the Singularity Means for Managers
The Singularity is coming, and with it a revolution in how we work.Read More
Pecking Order Problems? Your Team May Be Too Talented
We all want to hire the best of the best, but from the chicken coop to the basketball court, research demonstrates the most talented teams don’t always net the best results. Adam Galinsky, Vikram S. Pandit Professor of Business, tells us what you should consider before hiring for your team.Read More
New Startup Offers NYC Foodies Authentic Dishes Cooked and Delivered by Refugees
Co-founded by Wissam Kahi ’04 and Manal Kahi SIPA’15, Eat Offbeat aims to provide customers not just with authentic ethnic food, but with genuine cultural experiences.
Forbes Highlights 2 Alums and 1 Student on ‘30 Under 30’ List
In its annual “30 Under 30” list, Forbes handpicks and highlights 30 of the “brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents, and change agents” in 20 different industries.Read More