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Consultant & Author Joseph Calandro Jr. on the Six Principles of Value Investing | Posted on Oct 22, 2020

Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse were two of the most influential inventors in American history. Yet, both eventually lost control of the companies they founded for financial reasons.

Shennette Garrett-Scott: How Women used Investing to Build Community & Fight Inequality in 1920s Harlem | Posted on Oct 15, 2020

In a lively Centennial Speaker Series’ webinar, professor and historian Shennette Garrett-Scott painted an animated picture of Harlem in the roaring 1920s and explained how two African American women built a thriving financial enterprise in the heart of it.

Integrity, Autonomy, and Decentralization: Lawrence Cunningham on the Berkshire Hathaway Model | Posted on Oct 15, 2020

The legendary billionaire Warren Buffett is best known for his distinctive value investment style. But there’s more to his success as chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the American conglomerate that owns companies like Geico, Benjamin Moore, and Duracell.

JPMorgan’s Fall and Revival: An Insider’s Candid Views on the Fall and Rise of America’s Largest Bank | Posted on Oct 08, 2020

Financial powerhouse JPMorgan dominated Wall Street from its founding in 1871 through the Gilded Age. Today, S&P Global ranks JPMorgan Chase the largest bank in the U.S. and 7th largest in the world.

Joel Greenblatt: Common-Sense Solutions to Building an Economy that Works for All | Posted on Oct 05, 2020

Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” was one of the most influential writings in American history. Its arguments and Enlightenment-era ideas at the start of the American Revolution helped pave the way for the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and shaped the foundations of the United States of America.

R. Edward Freeman on Purpose and Profit in New Business Models | Posted on Sep 28, 2020

Maximizing shareholder value and increasing profits is the “old story” of business. During his presentation as part of the Centennial Virtual Speaker Series, R. Edward Freeman, professor of business administration at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, said that we need to create a new story.

Gregory Zuckerman on ‘The Unlikely Story of How Jim Simons Solved the Market | Posted on May 11, 2020

The untold story of how a renowned mathematician invented algorithmic trading and became the greatest moneymaker of all time.

“Trust” in Money for Economic and Social Stability | Posted on Dec 03, 2019

Trust in money is implicit, but when money is manipulated, trust is lost, leading to economic and social instability and human suffering. Such is the basis of an award-winning PBS documentary, “In Money We Trust?,” which was screened at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business Lincoln Center campus in a program presented in partnership with the Museum of American Finance on November 11th.

First Female NYSE President on Trailblazing the Trading Floor | Posted on Nov 12, 2019

In 2018, Stacey Cunningham made history when she became the first female president of the NYSE Group in its 227-year history.

The Road Ahead for Distressed Debt: The Next Credit Cycle is Around the Corner | Posted on Nov 04, 2019

When most people in the finance industry think about distressed debt, they think about failure. But there can be big wins for those willing to take on this challenging asset class.

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