Join us on September 7, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the McNally Amphitheatre on Fordham University’s LC Campus for a fireside chat with Leon Cooperman, Founder, Omega Family Office; and Mario Gabelli, GABELLI ’65, Chairman and CEO, GAMCO Investors.
Join us for a virtual program with award-winning financial journalist Diana Henriques on her latest book, Taming the Street: The Old Guard, the New Deal and FDR’s Fight to Regulate American Capitalism.
Join us for an in-person event with one of the most important economists of his generation. Edmund Phelps developed a new understanding of unemployment and inflation and went on to rethink the roots of innovation.
When it comes to making decisions, would you describe yourself as an adventurer, detective, listener, thinker, or visionary? According to author, educator, and decision-science expert Cheryl Strauss Einhorn, determining the type of problem solver you are based on these “profiles” sheds light not only on how you make decisions, but also how you can streamline and improve the process.
Lending money with interest fees has been a topic of debate for centuries. Even the Greek philosopher Aristotle deemed the practice immoral. However, lenders continued charging interest on the premise that it was a reward for parting with their money.