The School in the News Archive
August 15, 2013
Prof. Mayer claims that despite falling foreclosure rates, foreclosure and loan delinquency are “still a significant problem” and that the housing crisis is far from over.
Foreclosures Are Down, But the Housing Market Isn’t Quite Moving Yet
August 14, 2013
The article cites research by Prof. Jiang showing that interventions by activist investors often lead to long–term gains in company stock prices.
August 13, 2013
Prof. Beim discusses the unsustainability of Greece’s debt situation and why defaulting may be the quickest way back to economic prosperity.
August 12, 2013
Prof. Hitscherich comments on the delicate process of negotiating a buyout for companies such as BlackBerry and Dell.
August 05, 2013
Prof. Cohen argues that J.C. Penney has failed to realize that while marketing is an important position, it’s subordinate to merchandising.
J.C. Penney Stock Falls as New Marketing Chief Fails to Quiet Skeptics
July 29, 2013
The article covers the combined gift of $40 million pledged by Arthur J. Samberg ’67 and Mario J. Gabelli ’67 to support the School’s new Manhattanville campus.
July 26, 2013
Prof. Sicherman argues that the New York City restaurant industry and its patrons should abandon the social norm of tipping.
Don’t Forget to Stiff Your Waiter
July 25, 2013
The article features Columbia’s EMBA–Global program and quotes Duncan Rasor GMBA ’12 on how his degree contributed to his professional growth.
Get International Experience with a Global EMBA
July 23, 2013
Prof. Mayer explains the complex and often counterintuitive effects of rent control on the New York City housing market.
The Perverse Effects of Rent Regulation