Slouching Towards Utopia: An Economic History of the Twentieth Century | Posted on Feb 02, 2023

Bradford DeLong, Professor of Economics, UC Berkeley; Author. This program is FREE, but advance registration is required.

The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Making of the New Future | Posted on Feb 03, 2023

Sebastian Mallaby, Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations; Author

Financial Issues Forum presents Paul Johnson and Paul Sonkin on The Enduring Value of Roger Murray | Posted on Jan 17, 2023

Join us for a special event featuring Paul Johnson and Paul Sonkin on their new book, The Enduring Value of Roger Murray, published by Columbia Business School Press.

How Small Business Steps Can Create Lasting, Positive Change | Posted on Dec 08, 2022

Companies that embrace environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies are not only capable of creating new markets, but also of driving significant societal change, according to George Serafeim, professor of business administration at Harvard Business Schoo

Centennial Speaker Series presents George Serafeim on Purpose and Profit: How Business Can Lift Up the World | Posted on Nov 14, 2022

Are purpose and profit mutually exclusive, or are they complementary? What are the technological, societal, and market forces that reshape this relationship, and what can we—as entrepreneurs, managers, consumers, employees, and investors—do to reshape it?

The Business Behind Personal Finance: Managing Money to Stay Secure and Debt-Free | Posted on Nov 14, 2022

Throughout Joseph Calandro’s consulting career, he’s met investment bankers and CEOs who took risks with their own finances that they would never suggest to their clients.

A Look Beyond ESG Investing | Posted on Nov 04, 2022
Shut Up and Keep Talking: An Exciting Look at a Quarter of a Century at the NYSE | Posted on Oct 14, 2022

For 25 years, Bob Pisani has been on the finance world’s frontline as a senior markets correspondent for CNBC.

Merger Arbitrage: An Investment Strategy that Banks on Success | Posted on Sep 28, 2022

Days before Elon Musk was set to purchase Twitter for $44 billion, he terminated the deal. Musk’s decision to back out—rumored to be due to the number of spam accounts on the social media platform—could be a breach of contract, according to Roy Behren, co-president and co-chief investment officer at Westchester Capital Management, and portfolio manager of the Merger Fund.

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