August 06, 2012
The article features research co–authored by Prof. Akinola that explores the “temporal discrimination effect.”
Timing is Something
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. 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
May 22, 2012
Prof. Fisman shares his book recommendation, The HP Way, for the outlet’s B–School Summer Reading List.
Summer Reading List: The B–School Edition
April 16, 2012
Prof. McGrath shares her thoughts on what Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson can do to help his company re–emerge as a technology giant.
How Can Yahoo Revive Its Fortunes?
March 20, 2012
The article notes Prof. Nissim’s research on the significance of dividends following Apple’s decision to make a dividend payment to its investors.
Dividend Investors to Get 15% Raise
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.
February 10, 2012
Retired general George Casey, the 36th chief of staff of the US Army, shared his expertise on strategic leadership with Columbia Business School students, including military veterans, on Tuesday, February 7, at the School.
January 11, 2012
The article highlights the School’s Master Class, NYC: Innovative & Entrepreneurial Solutions to the City’s Complex Challenges, taught by Prof. Schorer.
MBA Electives Offer Hands–On Learning
December 27, 2011
Prof. Cohen discusses the problems facing Sears in 2012.
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