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Entrepreneurship@Cornell interns play vital role in small companies

Fifty-eight Cornell students had summer internships through Entrepreneurship@Cornell, working with small- to mid-sized companies where they played a vital role in their company's operations. (Oct. 28, 2008)

Maralyn Edid recognized for her 'innovative solutions to community issues'

Maralyn Edid in Cornell's ILR School has been selected for the 2008 David J. Allee and Paul R. Eberts Community and Economic Vitality Award from Cornell's Community and Rural Development Institute. (Oct. 23, 2008)

Kessler Fellows Program to let engineering students embrace their entrepreneurial spirit

The College of Engineering is offering a select group of students the chance to learn how to make their technological innovations into working businesses, thanks to a gift from Andrew J. Kessler '80. (Oct. 21, 2008)

Butternut squash seed oil goes to market -- thanks to Cornell's Food Venture Center

A farmer with surplus butternut squash waste turned to the New York State Food Venture Center at Cornell, which helped develop a new, nutty-tasting butternut squash seed oil. (Oct. 21, 2008)

Wall Street Journal ranks Johnson School Executive MBA program No. 7

Published in the Sept. 30 issue, the report on the top 25 best executive MBA programs was based on surveys of thousands of students and hundreds of companies. (Oct. 9, 2008)

ILR alumni advise students to network, take jobs abroad, learn languages

More than 100 students gathered in small groups Sept. 12 to talk with ILR graduates, who gave such advice as take jobs abroad, learn languages and build relationships. (Oct. 3, 2008)

ILR professor provides tips on retaining top talent

Why do employees leave? What motivates good employees to stay? How skilled an employee's supervisor is plays a major role, a new study shows. (Oct. 2, 2008)

Wall Street model is broken: Roots of financial crisis explained by panel at Johnson School

Rich Marin, former chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns Asset Management, and Johnson School professors Bob Jarrow and Maureen O'Hara, examined the roots of the nation's financial meltdown, Sept. 24. (Sept. 30, 2008)

Economic crisis is not fault of 'big, bad Wall Street' but everybody involved, say panelists

To kick off the new Applied Economics and Management Current Event series, a group of alumni, all financial experts, discussed the mortgage and financial crisis, Sept. 25. (Sept. 30, 2008)