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August 15, 2009
Mr. Enrique Goni, CEO of Caja Navarra, presents Caja Navarra's civic banking model and its potential impact on the banking industry.
October 15, 2008
Runner-up, Study Tour Paper Competition: Students on the Chazen Study Tour to Eastern Europe witness the challenges and opportunities for development in the growing economy of post-Communist Romania.
April 23, 2008
Ludwik Sobolewski, president of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, speaks about the ongoing development of the leading stock exchange in Central Europe and the growth of capital markets in the region.
March 03, 2008
On November 8, 2007, Columbia Business School's Energy Club welcomed Peter Duprey, CEO of Acciona Energy North America, to discuss the company's guiding philosophy and business strategy in the renewable-energy industry.
June 15, 2007
Through visits with Armani and Ferrari, a group of MBA students learned first-hand about positioning, waitlists, and Italian luxury.
March 21, 2007
Columbia Business School’s Social Enterprise Club, Energy Club and Bernstein Student Leadership and Ethics Board held a panel discussion to address compelling questions about carbon finance. The panel featured two executives who discussed the opportunities and challenges in the carbon finance industry.
March 02, 2007
On October 16, 2006, Bill Browder appeared at Columbia Business School and addressed more than 200 students, faculty and alumni as the International Development Club fall 2006 speaker.
January 11, 2007
Robert E. "Bob" Diamond, Jr., CEO of Barclays Capital, spoke to the Columbia community about European-U.S. investment banking strategy as part of the David and Lyn Silfen Leadership Series, which attracts some of the most influential professionals in the business world to share their leadership styles and philosophies.
November 29, 2006
In the early 1990s, during the last days of the Soviet Union, entrepreneurship was legalized in Russia and many businessmen started to launch new ventures. In those turbulent days, Dmitry Zimin, the head of a secret radio-technical military institute in Moscow, sought opportunities to start his own business.