Corporate Finance News
March 01, 2012
More than 750 professionals, academics, alumni, and students gathered on February 3, 2012 for the 18th Annual Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference. Columbia Business School's Private Equity and Venture Capital Club hosted the event, which focused on the emerging opportunities and challenges facing the industry through its theme, "Out of the Storm But Not Out of the Woods."
February 24, 2012
The article cites a study by Prof. Nissim and Vice Dean Ziv on dividend changes and future profitability, in light of Apple’s decision not to declare a dividend.
Apple’s cash creates dangerous temptation
January 05, 2012
Prof. Jones discusses the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) report on credit unions.
Report Criticizes Handling of Credit Unions’ Failures
November 10, 2011
Erskine Bowles ’69, cochair of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, addressed a capacity crowd of Columbia Business School students, faculty members, alumni, and industry professionals at the Inaugural Program for Financial Studies Conference, “Finance in a World of Uncertainties.”
September 12, 2011
MBA influencer blogger, Stacy Blackman, highlights the inaugural year of Columbia Business School’s Program for Financial Studies, led by Prof. Laurie Hodrick.
Spotlight On: Columbia Business School’s Program For Financial Studies
September 06, 2011
This month, Columbia Business School celebrates the extraordinary inaugural year of the Program for Financial Studies, a groundbreaking educational initiative developed by Laurie Hodrick, the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Business.
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.