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Nobel Laureate Economist Makes Case for Progressive Capitalism

Business Economics, Featured Events | Apr 29, 2019 |

Joseph Stiglitz, Ph.D., a winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in economics, made the case for a radical departure from the traditional, hands-off approach of the U.S. government toward business at an April 24 event at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus. “In the …

Who spends, and how? A credit card executive explains

Business Economics, Featured Events | Nov 19, 2015 |

What’s new in consumer spending? Luxury is lagging, and lodging is leading, the senior vice president and group head of market insights for MasterCard Advisors told a group of Fordham University students this week. Sarah Quinlan, who visited the Lincoln …

Apply by this Friday for a Morgan Stanley networking event

Accounting, Areas of Study, Business Economics, Featured Events, Finance, Personal & Professional Development | Oct 01, 2013 |

Juniors: If you want to participate in a Morgan Stanley speed-networking event, only two days are left to apply! Applications are due by this Friday, October 4.  The event, which will be held on October 16 from 6 p.m. to …

May 2 speaker event: Lehman alum discusses 2008 and beyond

Areas of Study, Business Economics, Featured Events, Finance | Apr 24, 2013 |

Professor Mikael Nabati would like you to visit his class on May 2: Kevin Genirs, the global general counsel of investment banking at Barclays Capital — and a 16-year veteran of Lehman Brothers — will be the Secured Credit class’s …

Student Managed Investment Fund wins for second year

Areas of Study, Business Economics, Finance, Students | Apr 10, 2013 |

Last year, our Student Managed Investment Fund participants took home “Best Hybrid Fund” honors at the Global Asset Management Education Forum, sponsored by Quinnipiac University. This past weekend, they did it again! Congratulations to all 24 SMIF students, whose sharp …

April 22: The national debt, lunch and a movie, and you

Areas of Study, Business Economics, Featured Events, Finance | Apr 09, 2013 |

How did our national debt get so bad? And what does it mean for America’s competitiveness in the future? Explore those questions over a complimentary lunch when a 20-minute version of the hour-long documentary film Overdraft is screened here at Fordham, courtesy …

This Thursday: Hong Kong financier presents on China

Areas of Study, Business Economics, Featured Events, Finance, Finance Society, Global, Student Organizations & Clubs | Jan 15, 2013 |

The Finance Society invites all Gabelli School students to join in this Thursday evening as Benoit Descourtieux, founder and president of the Hong Kong-based OP Investment Management, shares his cash-flow-based methodology for investing across Asian markets, with an emphasis on China. …

Alumna profile: Vesna Naidoo (GSB ’12) at S&P

Alumni, Areas of Study, Business Economics, Finance, Stories | Dec 21, 2012 |

by Elizabeth Anderson (FCRH ’13) Having a good credit rating with an agency like Standard & Poor’s is crucial to a company’s viability and performance. One of the people behind those ratings is a 2012 Gabelli School of Business alumna. …

Tale of an internship: Michelle Ciesielska at the New York Fed

Accounting, Areas of Study, Business Economics, Personal & Professional Development, Stories, Students | Dec 06, 2012 |

by Elizabeth Anderson (FCRH ’13) The success Michelle Ciesielska (GSB ’14) has had with internships yields an important lesson for younger Gabelli School of Business students: Don’t wait. There’s no need to sit back until junior year to find an …

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