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Angela Lee is an educator and entrepreneur who inspires in both the classroom and the investment arena. As Assistant Dean at Columbia Business School, Angela is a highly rated instructor of leadership and innovation.
Negotiating from a position of strength -- economic and environmental -- provides a unique opportunity for the U.S. to use the evidence of our domestic success to drive other countries to address the global challenge of climate change.
From making her first million before age thirty, to heading an equity research firm, and now a regular contributor at Forbes with appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg, Li is making waves.
The study, conducted by business professors Katherine Phillips, Tracy Dumas and Nancy Rothbard, suggests that team-building
Crises have a way of doing this to people: They ground them and strengthen their resolve, while they also make them see the flowers between the cracks and draw inspiration from them. And this is all the Greeks can count on, for now.
Over the past ten years, I've built a career on relationships, and I've come to embrace that maximizing your connections isn't nepotism -- it's efficiency.
This is a version of a rational-expectations hypothesis that has been pummeled of late more than a piñata. But OK, it's a political document in the midst of a presidential campaign.
These are extraordinary times and extraordinary times require public and private sector utilization of extraordinary measures to solve societal issues like the housing crisis. This issue cannot be properly addressed piecemeal.
When Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen first started teaching a philanthropy course at the Stanford Graduate School of Business
There are some indisputable facts in our glorious world. Men can't give birth. You can't cheat death. And you can't educate your way to creativity.
All prosperous countries of the world got that way not through government infrastructure, food aid, or NGO projects, but through the growth of a domestic business sector.
With 2011 right around the corner, chances are that you'd like to try something new. Here are a few folks with fantasy careers that I've happened upon. Perhaps one may inspire you.
Famed investor Henry Kravis has pledged $100 million to Columbia University's Business School, the largest gift in the school's
I'm excited to introduce Social Media and Entrepreneurship, a new course for Columbia MBA candidates in Spring 2011.
The missive goes on to gently reminded students that "bankers are very observant people" and that, in order to secure employment
WATCH: Sample lyrics: "I'm in business school to get me my M-R-S/The returns on a marriage are worth the debt/Findin' a man
I first met Ambassador Sichan Siv in 2004. He spoke on surviving Pol Pot's Killing Fields in Cambodia - and coming to America. He ended up working in the White House and then the United Nations.
The future of the American economy will depend to a great extent on consumers' attitudes, which have changed deeply and perhaps permanently in this recession.