A Fintech Entrepreneur Bolstering Main Street Businesses
Kelly Ifill ’17 chats about career pivots, community, and her commitment to supporting Black and brown entrepreneurs.
Nina Tandon ’12 talks about the origin of EpiBone and overcoming the challenges facing women entrepreneurs.
These dynamic entrepreneurs discuss the tech businesses they’ve launched, navigating COVID, and ways women founders can prevail over their unique obstacles.
Research from Sandra Matz shows that environment shapes our moods, potentially shedding light on the impact on individuals of months of isolation at home.
Modupe Akinola discusses her work on stereotyping, and how research can help us overcome our biases.
The retailer is well-positioned to soften the blow dealt to garment workers by the pandemic, according to Urooj Khan.
Professor Tano Santos, the Faculty Director of Value Investing and Advanced Value Investing programs at Columbia Business School, outlines the reasons why value investing is returning to a period of ascendancy.
Columbia Business School Professor Abby Joseph Cohen recently joined former Dean Glenn Hubbard to discuss the forces that could shape the economy and markets in the year ahead.
Columbia Business School Professors Oded Netzer, Christopher Frank and Paul Magnone discuss their new book, Decisions Over Decimals, which offers a roadmap for effective decision-making when using data.
Professor Tano Santos, the Faculty Director of Value Investing and Advanced Value Investing programs at Columbia Business School, discusses the school’s approach to teaching value investing and finance.
Find out how Columbia Business School graduate Bar Ifrach, PhD ’12, now senior director of applied science and head of marketplace at Uber Freight, uses data to solve high-impact business problems.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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