In his keynote address at the ILR School's Union Days, United Food and Commercial Workers Union leader Pat O'Neill outlined his union's efforts to improve working conditions for Walmart workers.
A student startup business at Cornell that uses an online program to track its users' groceries and lets them know when to restock received a $200,000 grand prize award in a startup competition April 8.
Alumni, students and faculty are invited to the annual Entrepreneurship@Cornell Celebration, April 18-19, for the two-day conference on entrepreneurship.
New York Times blogger Nate Silver spoke on "Big Data: Powerful Predictions Through Data Analytics," April 5 on campus.
Aiming to correct imbalances, extension expert Emerson Hasbrouck testified before the U.S. Senate on federal rules that put New York's commercial fishermen at a disadvantage.
Daron Acemoglu, co-author of the 2012 economic development book 'Why Nations Fail: Origins of Power, Poverty and Prosperity,' will deliver the George Staller Lecture March 28.
The Dyson School held its third spot thanks to a second-place finish in both student satisfaction and a measure of how many graduates enroll in top-ranked MBA programs, according to Businessweek.
Alumni and faculty panelists speaking in Washington, D.C., March 19 identified the heart of the world financial crisis: severe imbalances of wealth.
Steven Berkenfeld '81, managing director of investment banking at Barclays, spoke on campus March 13 on how use of new technologies is hurting the job market.