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Shennette Garrett-Scott: How Women used Investing to Build Community & Fight Inequality in 1920s Harlem

Gabelli100 | Oct 15, 2020 |

In a lively Centennial Speaker Series’ webinar, co-sponsored by the Museum of American Finance and the CFA Society of New York, professor and historian Shennette Garrett-Scott painted an animated picture of Harlem in the roaring 1920s and explained how two …

Integrity, Autonomy, and Decentralization: Lawrence Cunningham on the Berkshire Hathaway Model

Gabelli100 | Oct 14, 2020 |

By Claire Curry The legendary billionaire Warren Buffett is best known for his distinctive value investment style. But there’s more to his success as chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the American conglomerate that owns companies like Geico, Benjamin …

Academia and Industry: Working Together to Enrich Business Education

Featured News, Future of Business Education, Gabelli100 | Oct 09, 2020 |

By Claire Curry Partnerships between universities and industries yield many mutual benefits. They provide students with opportunities to put knowledge into practice and at the same time offer companies access to new pools of talent. Panelists at the Gabelli School’s …

Business Schools Driving Impact Amidst Rapid Change

Featured Events, Future of Business Education, Gabelli100 | Oct 09, 2020 |

By Claire Curry Business school leaders in Ireland, Italy, and the United Kingdom shared the latest trends and innovations they are implementing to prepare students for tomorrow’s workforce during a panel at the Future of Business Education Conference held virtually …

Diversity and Inclusion: Pillars that will Shape What “Work” Looks Like in the Future

Featured Events, Future of Business Education, Gabelli100 | Oct 09, 2020 |

By Claire Curry  Digital acumen, data-driven decision making, a growth mindset, open-mindedness, and empathy are the skills that will be most essential to succeed in tomorrow’s workforce, according to Jacqui Canney, global chief people officer at WPP and keynote speaker …

JPMorgan’s Fall and Revival: An Insider’s Candid Views on the Fall and Rise of America’s Largest Bank

Gabelli100 | Oct 07, 2020 |

By Claire Curry Financial powerhouse JPMorgan dominated Wall Street from its founding in 1871 through the Gilded Age. Today, S&P Global ranks JPMorgan Chase the largest bank in the U.S. and 7th largest in the world. In a Gabelli School …

Joel Greenblatt: Common-Sense Solutions to Building an Economy that Works for All

Gabelli100 | Oct 05, 2020 |

By Claire Curry Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” was one of the most influential writings in American history. Its arguments and Enlightenment-era ideas at the start of the American Revolution helped pave the way for the Declaration of Independence in 1776 …

R. Edward Freeman on Purpose and Profit in New Business Models

Gabelli100 | Sep 28, 2020 |

By Claire Curry Maximizing shareholder value and increasing profits is the “old story” of business. During his presentation as part of the Centennial Virtual Speaker Series, co-sponsored by the Museum of American Finance and the CFA Society of New York, …

The Road Ahead for the Future of Work

Featured Events, Gabelli100 | Feb 10, 2020 |

What will “work” look like in 20 years? Will the traditional nine-to-five job even exist? How will employers recruit and retain top talent? Will humans be replaced by machines? Questions like these are emerging as technology continues to advance, new …

Student Spotlight: Alexa Cucchiara’s Power to Persevere

Gabelli100, Interviews | Jan 16, 2020 |

In retelling the story of the struggle for her life, Alexa Cucchiara became her own brand manager, public relations agent, and publicist. When Alexa Cucchiara BS ’20 was diagnosed with cancer at a very young age, she decided to fight. …

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