The School in the News Archive
September 13, 2013
James Moore, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, says that a successful IPO from Twitter would boost investor confidence in both public and private markets.
The Payday at Twitter Many Were Waiting For
September 12, 2013
The article features research by the Center on Global Brand Leadership that finds showrooming is not as prevalent as traditional retailers fear.
Maybe Showrooming Isn’t Killing Retailers After All
September 08, 2013
Financial Times features Wandy Yeap Hoh ’00 and her work as an executive, an entrepreneur, and a business leader as part of its ‘Ten Question’ series.
Women at Business School – Wandy Yeap Hoh
September 06, 2013
Prof. Schmitt says that Yahoo’s new logo is part of a larger rebranding campaign, signaling to the public that change is coming.
September 04, 2013
Prof. Noam argues that the dynamism of the wireless sector and the increasing demand for video capability is driving tech upgrades and global expansion for mobile carriers.
Verizon, Microsoft Contribute to M&A Surge
September 02, 2013
Five years after the global financial crisis, Prof. Ang offers his list of the top ten lessons learned.
Lessons from Lehman, the Global Financial Crisis
August 22, 2013
Prof. Jones says we “dodged a bullet” with the lucky timing of the August 22nd Nasdaq shutdown.
‘The Big Halt,’ and Other Exchange Shut Downs
August 21, 2013
The article quotes Prof. Ang on why many of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds favor emerging markets over developed assets.
August 21, 2013
The article features research by Prof. Johnson that predicts consumers, who will select new health care plans under the Affordable Care Act, will have trouble selecting the most cost effective health care plans.