The New York City Council officially approved the University’s construction of a new uptown campus, which will allow the business school to powerfully broaden its resources.
University trustee and Business School alumnus has won the top leadership position, following his recent promotion to chairman and CEO of the bank’s institutional clients group.
Economics Professor Edmund S. Phelps delivered this fall’s University Lecture, “Economic Theory for an Innovative World,” proposing the development of new theoretical models to keep pace with entrepreneurial endeavors.
As part of the Silfen Leadership Series, Richard Parsons spoke on risk taking, accountability and highly publicized CEO resignations.
Keynote speakers Paul Keckley of Deloitte and David Holveck of Johnson & Johnson call for radical, systemic changes to the healthcare industry and the medical profession.
Unilever group chief executive Patrick Cescau, awarded the Botwinick Prize for Business Ethics, delivered the keynote address on the importance of corporate social responsibility.