Startup Outlook 2023: CBS Experts on Emerging Trends, Venture Funding, and Digital Innovations in the Year Ahead
Founders must be patient and disciplined, and make the most of leading-edge technology to navigate the economic storms of 2023.
Professor Vanessa Burbano examines evidence that can guide a firm’s decision to speak out — or stay silent.
In a shifting economy, Professor Cohen shares her insights on everything from evaluating economic reports to scrutinizing new technologies.
Andrew Wellington and Dan Kaskawits of Lyrical Asset Management, recent guests on the popular Value Investing with Legends podcast, discuss the strategies behind their successful value investing portfolio.
The 100/50: Embracing Our Legacy campaign honors the 100th anniversary of the first matriculated Black student and the 50th anniversary of the Black Business Students Association.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist visited CBS for the first installment of a new speaker series from The Hub, a new think tank, to discuss the future of capitalism with CBS Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard.
In the sparkling new buildings at Columbia Business School, the revamped finance curriculum will get continuous updates aligned with modern markets and careers.
Angela W. Lee, faculty director at the Lang Center, shares advice on how to excel as a venture capital investor. As interest in venture capital steadily grows among business students, top-tier academic institutions are expanding course offerings to meet demand.
A panel at the 2022 Climate Conference underscores a dramatic revving up of demand for a technological niche.
Nathaniel Keohane, president of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, visits CBS for a discussion on climate change policy and action.
Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal outlines three major barriers to the decarbonization of electric power generation on a global scale.
Three takeaways from the 2022 Brazil Climate Summit held at Columbia Business School’s Manhattanville campus
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With nearly half of New Yorkers working remotely on any given business day and a declining rate of lease renewals, analysts are concerned about the future of commercial real estate in one of the world’s largest urban centers. But despite the uncertainty, there’s still a chance to save the city from a significant downturn.
Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate
Columbia Business School professor Oded Netzer, an expert in text-mining techniques, said he instantly recognized ChatGPT as a revolutionary advance in artificial intelligence. "It's truly an amazing leap in technology and innovation," he told CBS MoneyWatch.
Vice Dean for Research, Dean's Office
"It's unfair to blame the Federal Reserve because they do what lawmakers tell them to do. They don't have the regulatory power, but they kind of have to clean up the mess afterwards," Professor Kairong Xiao told CNN Business
Associate Professor of Finance
A pivot by drugmakers to selling their COVID treatments on the commercial market is a realistic scenario, according to Carri Chan of Columbia Business School. “These are new medications. We are years away from having cheap, generic options. And so for those without insurance, it becomes inaccessible,” Chan said.
John A. Howard Professor of Business, Decision, Risk, and Operations Division
“The tech sector was overheated. The Crypto market has been embroiled in fraud and defaults. SVB and banks catering to tech companies were in trouble. There will be a negative impact on the tech industry, but the fitter companies will emerge." - Professor Suresh Sundaresan.
"There's the financial impact and the emotional impact of the [SVB] news. The world looks to the U.S. to set the tone for VCs and startups, and the sentiment coming out of this will be devastating globally." - Professor Angela Lee.
"A number of banks haven’t yet marked their assets to current values are running very low margins because their assets can’t cover deposits. These banks don’t yet have a cash flow problem, but they could face one if there’s a run, particularly because so many are depending on uninsured depositors.” - Professor Tomasz Pikorski
Nearly all students experience stress as they pursue important academic goals. Because stress can be magnified for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, it becomes important to identify interventions that can help mitigate this stress, says Professor Modupe Akinola.Read More
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