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Planning for pressure: The non-traditional view

Planning for pressure: The non-traditional view

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 18th, 2018

By Sam Harrington, Two-Year MBA ’19 For those of you going into tech or a non-finance related track, I’m going to explain how to handle the pressures of being an MBA first-year student. As … Read More

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4 reasons to attend the Cornell Executive Forum on Sustainability

4 reasons to attend the Cornell Executive Forum on Sustainability

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 18th, 2018

By Monica Touesnard, Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise The Cornell Executive Forum on Sustainability, to be held June 27, 2018 in New York City, will bring … Read More

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Alumni and execs provide key insights at High-Yield and Restructuring conference

Alumni and execs provide key insights at High-Yield and Restructuring conference

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 14th, 2018

By Josh Howard, MBA ’19, and Alex Abosi, MBA ’19 The second week of April was packed. The second mergers and acquisitions case in the investment banking immersion, a valuations project, a … Read More

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IBI Case #2: Finding sand through mergers and acquisitions

IBI Case #2: Finding sand through mergers and acquisitions

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 13th, 2018

By Nadia Zaman, Two Year MBA ’19 We landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Monday at 9 a.m. following an amazing spring break trek to Pakistan. About an hour after arriving back … Read More

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Park Perspectives: Cornell business education—where the rubber meets the road

Park Perspectives: Cornell business education—where the rubber meets the road

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 12th, 2018

By Graham Pearson, Two-Year MBA ’18 Park Perspectives are authored by Johnson’s Park Leadership Fellows. “Business” is a misleading term. While it connotes a specific skill or set of … Read More

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Bridging the gap between politics and renewables

Bridging the gap between politics and renewables

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 12th, 2018

Left to right: Kelechi Ezeozue, MBA ’18, Mark DesMeules, MBA ’18, and Barak Cohen, MBA ’18, visit SolarCity during the Energy Club and Sustainable Global Enterprise Club trek to San … Read More

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Maureen O’Hara earns Bernstein Award for contributions to finance industry

Maureen O’Hara earns Bernstein Award for contributions to finance industry

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 8th, 2018

Maureen O’Hara, the Robert W. Purcell Professorship of Management, received the prestigious Bernstein Award for a paper she co-authored. Congratulations to Professor O’Hara! Award: II … Read More

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Noteworthy: Enterprise Radio interviews Al Bhimani, MBA ’81, on financial management for tech startups

Noteworthy: Enterprise Radio interviews Al Bhimani, MBA ’81, on financial management for tech startups

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 8th, 2018

Photo above by Entrepreneur Podcast Network Overview According to Alnoor Bhimani, MBA ’81, there’s more business models today than ever before. Over the past ten years, technology has … Read More

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Welcoming the Class of 2019 One-Year MBA candidates

Welcoming the Class of 2019 One-Year MBA candidates

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 7th, 2018

Johnson recently welcomed 69 One-Year MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. MBA students—together with their peers from the incoming Johnson Cornell Tech MBA program—have been getting to … Read More

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Faculty Last Lectures 2018: Schmidt, Filipowicz, and Mish give graduates assignments for life

Faculty Last Lectures 2018: Schmidt, Filipowicz, and Mish give graduates assignments for life

by Johnson at Cornell University on June 6th, 2018

Student organizers with faculty Last Lecture speakers. From left: Gautam Arora, MBA ’18; Professor Allan Filipowicz; Matheus Costa, MBA ’18; Lauren Dowler, MBA ’18; Professor Risa Mish; … Read More

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