Corporate Finance News
July 29, 2011
In the Los Angeles Times, Prof. Laurie Hodrick explains why Apple and other U.S. companies amass cash, noting that “as the risk of a government default growsâ?¦the incentives for firms to finance with internally generated cash grows as well.”
Apple has more cash than the U.S. Treasury
July 27, 2011
Research by Prof. Andrew Ang finds the average hedge fund to be moderately leveraged.
Are Hedge Funds ’Too Big to Fail’?
April 12, 2011
Professor Hodrick's accomplishments in the study of finance and economics, as well as her take on academia and business, are featured in the Financial Times' 'Ten Questions' column.
Ten Questions - Laurie Hodrick
December 08, 2010
Gina Resnick, Assistant Dean and Managing Director, Career Management Center, discusses the better job market facing candidates interested in jobs in finance.
Wall Street Steps up MBA Hiring
October 21, 2010
A proposal coauthored by Paul Calello '87, head of Credit Suisse's investment bank, to recapitalize failing banks with shareholders' and creditors' money is gaining momentum in Europe.
August 13, 2010
Paul Milstein, leading New York real estate developer, philanthropist, and friend to the School, died on August 9.
November 13, 2009
In a community forum event on November 12, Buffett and Gates responded to student body questions on a variety of topics, including the economy, investing during an economic downturn and the fruitful careers and industries of the future.
November 10, 2009
Robert Amen ’73, the retired chairman and CEO of International Flavors and Fragrances, and Frank Zarb, chairman of Frank Zarb Associates, have joined Columbia Business School’s Executives in Residence Program.
September 14, 2009
Prof. Andrew Ang discusses the impact government intervention had on Wall Street after the fall of Lehman Brothers.
Left Behind By Lehman
February 06, 2009
Over 700 alumni, professionals and students gathered to discuss emerging trends in the private equity and venture capital communities.