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Growing the 'technology ecosystem' of the future in NYC

Provost Kent Fuchs and deans Lance Collins and Daniel Huttenlocher answer questions about why Cornell is the right choice for developing a New York City technology campus.

Provost announces universitywide economics department

The new universitywide Cornell Department of Economics combines all economics faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences and ILR School and some faculty with joint appointments in other colleges.

Cornell proposes 'transformative' NYC campus

Cornell's New York City footprint may soon grow larger with the addition of a new applied sciences research center and campus. The university plans to respond to a Request for Proposals for the project this summer.

Cornell expresses interest to NYC in creating a tech campus

Cornell has submitted an expression of interest proposal to New York City to create a new applied sciences and engineering research center and campus in the Big Apple.

Economist Alfred Kahn, 'father of airline deregulation' and former presidential adviser, dies at 93

Cornell economist Alfred E. Kahn, former chair of the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Council on Wage and Price Stability, and adviser to President Jimmy Carter on inflation, died Dec. 27 at his home in Ithaca. (Dec. 27, 2010)

Study: Leadership slots awarded for maintaining status quo, not novel ideas

Creativity might be the trait many CEOs say is essential for senior leadership, but research by an ILR professor and colleagues shows it can actually block you from reaching the top slots. (Dec. 14, 2010)

Book on networks provides six degrees of explanation

'Networks, Crowds and Markets' by two Cornell professors shows how the social, economic and technological worlds are interconnected. (Dec. 8, 2010)

Workplace narcissists can promote creativity but may steal the credit, says expert

The ILR School's Jack Goncalo met with reporters in New York City to share his insights into workplace narcissists and creativity. (Dec. 7, 2010)

Stock market 'flash' crashes now predictable, thanks to Cornell-developed metric

Cornell researchers have developed a tool that can predict - and thereby perhaps prevent - flash stock market crashes, such as the one that occurred May 6, 2010. (Dec. 1, 2010)