Media and Technology News
March 07, 2012
In an op-ed for WIRED’s Epicenter blog, Profs. Kogut and Kim address how Apple CEO Tim Cook can guide the company into a different direction, in terms of workers’ rights and economic development in the US.
March 01, 2012
Research by Profs. Ansari and Koenigsberg predicts how multiple, distinct types of relationships form in social networks.
What Makes Networks Tick
February 03, 2012
Prof. Gordon discusses the likelihood of investors to bet on technology stocks, after Facebook’s IPO filing.
Facebook v. the Market: Who’s Fueling Who?
January 30, 2012
The article highlights the School’s recruiting efforts in the technology and media sector. Rohit Dhingra ’12 talks about why he pursued a career in the tech industry.
Tech Employers Ignore Slump
December 20, 2011
Prof. Gordon explains why Sprint and T–Mobile could create a much more competitive third option in the wireless market.
T–Mobile: Back to square one
October 25, 2011
Prof. Fraiman discusses the qualifications of IBM’s future CEO, Virginia Rometty.
October 12, 2011
Prof. McGrath writes about RIM’s failure to realize the need for a next generation competitive advantage.
September 19, 2011
Prof. Brett Gordon weighs in on Netflix’s decision to separate its DVD and streaming services. The below link will connect you to BloombergBusinessWeek’s pick–up of the original AP article.
Netflix says it’s sorry, then creates new uproar
September 02, 2011
The article discusses Columbia Institute for Tele–Information’s (CITI) 2011 US Telecom Market Shares data and Director and faculty member Eli Noam’s thoughts on the inevitability of the concentration of wireless markets.
Why Wireless Markets Are Concentrated
June 27, 2011
CNN features Prof. Ray Fisman’s thoughts on new anti-corruption websites surfacing in China that encourage people to share stories of bribes online.
June 15, 2011
In Jonathan Knee’s article for The Atlantic, he points out that Netflix’s success in a struggling media market comes from its role as an aggregator, with strong economies of scale and customer captivity.
Why Content Isn’t King