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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "Scott Galloway, a professor of marketing at New York University and the author of The Four, a book about Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, says the Honest Ads Act is simply 'window dressing' to make the Senate look like it is doing something. He points out that regulators have failed to shake up Facebook, which benefits from a large cash pile and earnings momentum that is unlikely to be lost any time soon."
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    Excerpt from CNNMoney -- "Businesses in hurricane-prone zones could also see their premiums go up, White warned. 'Insurance is all about the insurer’s perception of forward-looking risk,' said White. If a hurricane like Harvey makes insurers believe that Houston is more likely to be hit again, 'then for sure someone’s premiums are going to go up.'"
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    Excerpt from myAJC -- "Amy Webb, who forecasts digital trends for nonprofit and for-profit companies, said, 'I think to a millennial, who’s grown up in a very different world, one that’s more participatory because of the digital tools that we have, to them they want to feel like they’re making an investment. Not just that they’re investing their capital, but they’re investing emotionally.'"

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    Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "The SEC filed 62 enforcement actions against public companies and their subsidiaries in fiscal 2017, a 33 percent decline from the previous year, according to another study released earlier this month by the New York University Pollack Center for Law & Business and Cornerstone Research."
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    Excerpt from US News & World Report -- "'Even if they're not using credit card information, [imitating a popular app] makes the app a suitable publisher for viewing different kinds of display ads or banner ads,' explains Anindya Ghose, the Heinz Riehl chair professor of business at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business."
     
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    Excerpt from the San Francisco Chronicle -- "'We’ve already got very well-developed curricula to prepare people for full-time jobs,' he said. 'But the science of education to transition to something other than being a full-time employee is more nascent. The true promise here is laying the foundation for a much broader audience for this kind of education.'"
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    Excerpt from NBC News -- "The study entitled 'Enhancing Transparency and Control When Drawing Data-Driven Inferences About Individuals,' is a joint research material by Daizhuo Chen from Columbia Business School, Northeastern University's Samuel Fraiberger, Robert Moakler and Foster Provost from Stern School of Business, New York University."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg Businessweek -- "Radical transparency would clash with prevailing corporate instincts—and would have to be tempered by careful protection of user privacy—but it could open the industry to new ideas and win it new levels of trust."
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    Excerpt from MarketWatch -- "'Mobile devices have become a blessing in disguise for offline retailers,' said Ghose. Initially, they were used by bargain-hunting shoppers who ultimately spent their money on Amazon.com Inc. or some other site with a better price. 'Now the same mobile device is giving them an instrument to get location-based, context-based coupons,' said Ghose. 'It can prevent poaching by sending shoppers an offer that surprises [and] makes them happy.'"
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    Excerpt from CNBC -- "I certainly think that the role of the government here is going to be to step to the line but not cross it so to speak, to put enough pressure on the large platforms to come up with good effective ways of investing many more resources into their governance. Honestly, I don't think anybody has the right answer to how to prevent something like this from happening. It is clear Facebook has to do more, it is clear that Google has to do more...smart strategy at this point would be to put short term profitability on hold while you make sure that more aggressive government regulatory action doesn't affect you adversely in the long run."
     
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "New York University’s Stern School of Business next year hopes to enroll 30 students with technology experience into a new Tech MBA. The programme will use a 12-month format, rather than the more common two-year model with a summer internship. Peter Henry, NYU Stern dean, says the one-year format is a better fit with technology employers such as CommonBond, because they rely less on internships to hire MBAs than employers such as banks."
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    Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "'If someone is allowed to participate in luxury, not even own it, but to look at it, your heart opens up and your spirit is lifted,' Serdari says. When she lectures on luxury, she encourages executives to ask themselves: 'Can your company produce the next item that will be in the Met in 200 years?' Luxury is not merely something that’s expensive or something that bears a famous name. And it is not an indictment of a rigged economic system. It’s one of the things that makes the system worth fixing. Luxury products are those 'things that will speak of our civilization in 200 years,' Serdari says. 'Luxury is an expression of civilization at its best.'"
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    Excerpt from Fox News -- "The new battleground I believe is going to be the home. It is the only place that you don't have your phone attached to your hand and it's a place where you make a lot of purchase and media decisions, what you are going to watch and what you are going to buy. Who owns the home now? The buttery voice of Alexa."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- ".. if you are a skeptic about the turbulence and populism and so on we see, you could look at the global economy and markets and say things are going well. We have a synchronized growth acceleration, pretty much globally, markets are at all-time highs, show low volatility, relatively little nervousness, reasonably calm reaction to the withdrawal of monetary stimulus, and so on. So it looks like we are in much better shape than we were ten years ago. So the question is, what disorder? And I think the answer has to do with the rising tide of political and social polarization, especially in the west..."
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    Excerpt from the Findlay Courier -- "...shopping in brick-and-mortar stores over Thanksgiving/Black Friday is still a big deal, said Jacob Jacoby, marketing professor at New York University. Stores will be offering deep discounts on some items to draw crowds, who will invariably buy additional goods."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "'Machine learning in finance is a tough slog,' says Vasant Dhar, a professor at New York University who’s run an AI-powered hedge fund for almost a decade. 'It’s easy to fool yourself about how these things work.'"
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Janet Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, made a relaxed appearance at New York University on Tuesday night, answering questions about her life in economics and her time at the Fed one day after she announced plans to leave the central bank next year."
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    NYU Stern's "In Conversation with Mervyn King" Series Presents Janet Yellen

    November 21, 2017
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    On November 21, NYU Stern’s “In Conversation with Lord Mervyn King” Series welcomed Janet Yellen, chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
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    Professor Aswath Damodaran discusses GE's decline

    November 20, 2017
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    Excerpt from CNNMoney -- "Others argue GE should have sold GE Capital long before it got so big that it endangered the rest of the company. 'They were too proud. They couldn't let it go. By the time they spun off GE Capital, it was already damaged and nobody would give them a fair price,' Damodaran said."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'We make content that connects with sizable audiences, but everything we do comes from creators who have a unique thing to say about the world. The first feature film we were involved with was Spotlight, which is a great example of this,' says Ryan. 'My role can involve sitting down with creatives so having an MFA gives me credibility. I speak a similar language and it shows that I’m passionate about filmmaking.'"
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    Excerpt from CNNMoney -- "'You just have to feel like you're getting added value from being in the store,' said Russell Winer, a marketing professor at NYU's Stern School of Business. Otherwise, you may as well hunt for deals on Amazon."
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    Excerpt from The New Yorker -- "A meta-analysis by the academics Michael S. North and Susan T. Fiske reveals that Eastern societies actually have more negative attitudes toward the elderly than Western ones do, and that the global ageism boom stems not from modernization or capitalism but from the increase in old people. North and Fiske also note that 'efforts to intervene against age prejudice have yielded mixed results at best.'"
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "Value and price are two different things, you can either value a stock or you can price a stock....here is the contrast, the price of a stock is determined by demand and supply, mood and momentum and so when you use price earning ratios, and comparable firms and future earnings, you are pricing a company. To value a company you got to go back to basics. The value of a company is built on three pillars. It's cash flows, it's growth, and it's risk. We can dance around those three as much as we want but those are the three driving forces that drive the value of a company."
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    Excerpt from Quartz -- "'E-commerce grocery shopping is expected to grow rapidly, particularly among the digitally-centered millennial generation. Consumers are beginning to change where and how they buy groceries, and multi-channel supermarkets have to meet these emerging needs,' said Anindya Ghose, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business. 'If an e-commerce retailer is not jumping on board the grocery train, it may not be around to catch that ride a year or two later.'"
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    Faculty in NYU Stern's Marketing Department are available to offer perspectives on this season's holiday trends. In addition to commentary on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, professors can speak to what we will see this year around digital/mobile trends, luxury retail, artificial intelligence and more.