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The New York Times

Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research at ILR, explains why younger workers are more willing to take risks.

PBS News Hour

Katherine Saunders, assistant professor of clinical medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, joins PBS NewsHour to talk about weight loss drugs.

Business Insider

Beverly Tchang, assistant professor of clinical medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, explains the popularity of weight loss drugs.

The Guardian

Sarah Gilbert, postdoctoral associate of communication, discusses the Reddit user protest.

Financial Times

Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy and economics, says “China’s [financial regulators] are quite aware of the fact that using these targeted measures goes against their attempts to commercialize the banking system and stop interfering in credit allocation.”

The Washington Post

Kaitlin Woolley, associate professor of marketing and communication, provides advice on how to achieve long-term health goals.

The Independent

John Losey, professor of entomology, talks about threats from the wildlife trade.

CNN

“The industry has been increasingly leaving the terminal to operate on the curb. Losing out on terminals means that cities are going to have to regulate curbside service," says Nicholas Klein, assistant professor of city and regional planning.

The New York Times

Ginger Allington, assistant professor in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, writes about the impact of buying cheap cashmere.

US News and World Report

Gabrielle Gambino, senior dietitian at Weill Cornell Medicine, provides healthy breakfast food ideas.

Fortune

Fernando Gómez-Baquero, director of runway and spinouts at Cornell Tech, says “We have really focused on creating a system where we’re not just a university— we are a catalyst of start-up creation on steroids, basically.”

Bloomberg

Megan Epler Wood, managing director of the sustainable tourism asset management program, notes that it can be difficult to engage mainstream tourists in conversations on sustainable tourism.