Media and Technology News
May 24, 2013
The article features the launch of Notes to the Next Class, offering a glimpse into the Columbia Business School experience for students, alumni, and the general public.
Columbia Business Students Get an Online Place of Their Own
April 10, 2013
The site is a space for current students and the 41,000-plus alumni around the world to pass knowledge on to future classes, and to share photos, videos, and stories.
March 11, 2013
The article discusses four unconventional ideas for brands, which were presented at the BRITE ’13 conference.
December 26, 2012
The article cites research by Prof. Wilcox on how social networks, like Facebook, may inflate self–esteem and reduce self–control.
Twitter Saps Productivity, Facebook Makes You Fat
November 30, 2012
The article features current GBA President Braxton Bragg’s ’13 holiday gift suggestion for MBA students — Clocky.
The MBA Holiday Gift Guide
October 01, 2012
The article features research by Prof. Wilcox that examines how browsing Facebook lowers one’s self control and is linked to higher debt, weight.
Why We Are So Rude Online
September 11, 2012
In light of the release of Apple’s iPhone 5, Prof. Greenwald discusses the focus on content in the digital age.
September 06, 2012
Hermes, the School’s alumni magazine, and Columbia Ideas at Work, which highlights research from the School’s faculty members, are now available for download from Apple’s App Store.
July 17, 2012
Prof. Katherine Phillips talks about the appointment of Yahoo’s new CEO, Marissa Mayer, and the opportunity for corporate change.
Marissa Mayer to the Rescue of Yahoo
July 12, 2012
Prof. Netzer talks about how to collect and interpret different types of digital information from big data.
July 12, 2012
Prof. Kogut comments on the political and personality conflicts dominating the board at Yahoo, ahead of the naming of the company’s next CEO.
So, Who Wants to Be Yahoo’s New CEO?
June 26, 2012
Prof. Noam talks about the reasons for News Corp. to consider a split of its media conglomerate.
News Corp. May Become Two Separate Companies