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That’s a wrap: IBW video competition winners

Featured Events | Nov 25, 2016 |

What do French pastries, international accountants, and Buddhist temples have in common? They were all part of the Gabelli School of Business’ International Business Week (IBW).

The end of accounting?

Featured Events | Nov 16, 2016 |

By Stevenson Swanson Despite the dramatic changes in the business world over the last few decades, the basic system of accounting to measure a firm’s profitability and prospects has remained largely unchanged since double-entry bookkeeping was devised some 500 years …

Fordham Foundry celebrates new home

Featured Events, Photographs | Nov 14, 2016 |

Have you heard the news? The Fordham Foundry has opened its doors to a new space for innovation.

Best of Twitter: TEDxFordhamU edition

Featured Events | Nov 11, 2016 |

Were you lucky enough to get a ticket to this week’s TEDxFordhamU? Or did you watch it from the livestream party at Rose Hill? If you missed Fordham’s first TEDx, you can still take a closer look at the evening’s experience. Here’s …

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Hitting the high points at Rose Hill Town Hall

Featured Events | Nov 09, 2016 |

TEDx, technology, and trading rooms were among the topics addressed at Dean Rapaccioli’s annual Town Hall at Rose Hill last month.

Passion and patience are MVPs of value investing game

Featured Events | Oct 31, 2016 |

What would happen if your idol were your professor? That is exactly what happened to Thomas A. Russo. As a student at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Russo got to learn from the best in value investing: Warren Buffett.

A cloud to call your very own

Featured Events | Oct 30, 2016 |

For one thing, it has become the norm—everyone, from individuals to global brands, is moving to the cloud. For another, it is loaded with benefits.

Former Treasury head Robert Rubin speaks to students

Featured Events | Oct 19, 2016 |

The former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury said the nation is in better shape that it was during the 2008 recession and that the economy has great potential for growth. Robert Rubin, who served as treasury secretary during the Clinton administration, …

What your clothing labels say about your ethics

Featured Events | Oct 19, 2016 |

Next time you see a pair of $8 jeans on a rack, take a moment to think about how they got there—and how exactly they are $8.

Venture capital grows in the East — including New York

Featured Events, Undergraduate | Oct 17, 2016 |

If you think only of Silicon Valley when you think about venture capital, think again. Andrew Buemi, FCRH ’11, visited a recent Alternative Investment Club meeting to offer his perspective as a young VC professional right here in New York …

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