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Featured News | Sep 21, 2021 |

Vintage Sneakers and Shipping Containers: Unusual Investment Opportunities Examined in New Book

By Patrick Verel Ask an average person on the street which company’s stocks are worth the most, and the usual suspects will likely surface: technology firms like Apple and Facebook, and logistics companies such as Amazon. And then there are …

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Featured News | Sep 21, 2021 |

Fordham Angel Fund Makes First Investment in Student Startup

By Kelly Kultys Just over two years ago, Ethan Manning, a film major at Fordham College at Lincoln Center, was going to see movies in theaters that he expected would be packed; instead they were half empty. Manning and a …

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Featured News | Aug 30, 2021 |

Fordham Welcomes Most Diverse, Largest Class in History

By Kelly Kultys Fordham welcomed more than 2,800 students to its incoming class on Opening Day, making it the largest class in the University’s history. The Class of 2025 is also the most diverse class Fordham has ever had, with …

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Faculty | Aug 05, 2021 |

Apostolos Filippas, Ph.D., On Social Media Echo Chambers

By Chelsee Pengal Do you ever scroll through Facebook or Twitter and see the same tweets touting dubious information repeatedly shared on your feed? If so, you’re not alone. According to Apostolos Filippas, Ph.D., assistant professor of information, technology, and …

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Faculty | Aug 05, 2021 |

Hye Seung (Grace) Lee, Ph.D.: When Companies Lose CEOs

By Chelsee Pengal How does the sudden death of a company’s CEO affect its shareholder value? What does the answer mean for aspiring leaders? Hye Seung (Grace) Lee, Ph.D., assistant professor in the accounting and taxation area at the Gabelli …

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Gabelli100 | Jul 16, 2021 |

Exploring the History and Mystery of Brown Brothers Harriman

With roots dating back to the 1800s, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. is the oldest and one of the largest private investment banks in the United States. Its influence on the early American economy helped navigate the country through financial …

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Gabelli100 | Jun 07, 2021 |

Researcher Examines Real Interest Rates Over Seven Centuries

Investors in the Italian Renaissance could have predicted today’s low interest rates, according to Paul Schmelzing, Ph.D., who dove deeply into American and European economic archives to research real interest rate dynamics. He reconstructed a global timeline that covered 82% …

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Featured Events, Featured News | Jun 02, 2021 |

At Gabelli School Diploma Ceremony, Celebrating Purpose-Driven Business

By Chris Gosier, Photos by Bruce Gilbert Addressing new master’s and doctor-level graduates of the Gabelli School of Business on May 25, Edward M. Stroz, GABELLI ’79, called on them to practice the Jesuit values of Fordham throughout their careers—and …

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Featured News | May 20, 2021 |

Gabelli School Class of 2021 Celebrations Begin at Rose Hill

The Gabelli School’s undergraduate Class of 2021 was celebrated in style this week with two in-person graduation events held at the Rose Hill campus. The May 18 and May 19 events, held outdoors on the terrace of Keating Hall, offered …

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Gabelli100 | May 20, 2021 |

How a 1982 Forecast Sparked a Global Bull Market

Today’s interest rates can be as low as 3%, but in the 1970s, Americans were paying 17% just to borrow money. In 1982, Henry Kaufman, then managing director of Salomon Brothers Inc., issued a memorandum predicting that interest rates would …

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