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Alumni, students and faculty come together for the first annual Johnson Energy Connection
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“Over the past few years our need for energy and our reliance on it for nearly every aspect of our lives has increased. This has been reflected in the student community at Johnson, with a marked increase every year of students interested in careers in this industry.”
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Johnson Board Fellows: Partner Highlight on the Kitchen Theatre Company
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“The Johnson Board Fellowship (JBF) places second year MBA students and AMBAs as non-voting board members in one of eight local non-profit organizations. The program provides students the opportunity to exercise the skills they are learning at Johnson in benefit of the Ithaca community.”
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Cornell Team Takes Second Place in National MBA Human Capital Case Competition
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“On October 14th-16th, a group of six students traveled to Nashville, TN to compete in the fourth annual National MBA Human Capital Case Competition. The Cornell team, made up of members from the Johnson School, Industrial Labor Relations School, and Professional Studies Program, placed second in this highly competitive event.”
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Private Property Rights and the Ground Zero Mosque
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“The hysteria over the Islamic community center planned for New York City-the infamous "Ground Zero mosque"-has raised strong arguments on both sides of the issue. On one hand, opponents argue that the center should not be built on sacred ground. On the other, supporters cite freedom of religion and tolerance.”
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Liquidity Risk
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“The following is the first in a series of letters I received from my so-called financial advisor a couple years ago amidst the financial crisis. Perhaps this is a cautionary tale. ---- Dear Mr. Beideck: This letter may be hard for you to read, but I can assure you it is equally hard for me to write.”
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Frequently Asked Questions About a Career in China from a Foreigner's Perspective
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“You have heard the news. So much so that you think the hype clearly cannot justify it. China. Even if it is as amazing as they say, is there a place for me? Where do I, the American graduate, fit into the scheme of things?
For three years, I lived and worked in Beijing.”

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Cut the Waste: It's time for e-Textbooks
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“The Johnson School has made it a priority to find ways to decrease wastefulness and increase efficiency. Last year we hosted a very well received Net Impact Conference, this year we tackled the waste of paper cups at our Daily Coffee Hour, each year our SGE program is recognized as a productive and forward thinking immersion.”
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Club Culture
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“The month of November will bring with it the excitement of club elections. Whilst we've seen several new clubs spring up over the fall, there are still so many needs that aren't met by existing clubs. So I felt obligated to do my part in helping you identify the next club sensation for you to lead into 2011.”
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BRV Contributing more than just Capital
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“Recently BR Venture Fund has been leveraging the collective power of the Johnson School to add significant value to its portfolio companies. Semprae labs is an excellent example of a company with a unique business problem that required an out of the box solution.”
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BRV Company Goes Public
by Cornell Business

Jan 01, 2014
“BRV portfolio company Pacific Biosciences (PacBio) raised $220 million in its Initially Public Offering (IPO) on Oct 27th, making it the first BRV company to go public. The stock opened at $16 on the Nasdaq, right in the middle of their expected $15-$17 range and closed their first day up almost 3%.”
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