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Business professors aim to revamp academic tradition

Two top journals in accounting and finance are working to improve the credibility of academic research, under the guidance of two professors at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Studies explore how supermarkets source foods for low-income customers

These case studies offer policymakers a better understanding of how regional food systems could bring healthier food to low-income people in the Northeast.

Cornell-bred GiveGab acquires major competitor

The acquisition brings GiveGab, founded by Cornell MBAs, closer to its goal of becoming the largest charitable software platform.  


Entrepreneurship and innovation minor to create ‘agents of change’

The new minor, launched by the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, will be open to undergraduates majoring in any field at any college or school at Cornell. 

Wayfair founders named 2018 Cornell Entrepreneurs of the Year

Niraj Shah ’95 and Steve Conine ’95, founders of Wayfair, have been named 2018 Cornell Entrepreneurs of the Year.

U.S. economy will trot along at 2 percent clip in 2018

Cornell economist Steven Kyle predicted the U.S. economy will continue to cruise at a steady pace of 2 percent to 2.5 percent in 2018. But an end to seven years of growth may be looming, he said.

Hotel School offers online food and beverage management certificate

The School of Hotel Administration has launched a new Food and Beverage Management online certificate program.


Johnson Cornell Tech MBA named program of the year

Johnson Cornell Tech MBA has been named Program of the Year by Poets&Quants, a website that covers graduate business education.

Cornell Tech startup ideas get bigger, brighter, bolder

Team energy warmed the Tata Innovation Center as winter blasted outside along New York City's East River Dec. 14 at Cornell Tech's first Open Studio on Roosevelt Island.