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    Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "Analyses by a diverse group of scholars including Brian Uzzi, Daniel Romero, Lada Adamic, Richard Freeman, Melissa Schilling and Brian Jones shows that the best research and patents is produced by cognitively diverse teams. Some of these studies cover upward of 20 million papers and 5 million patents."
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    Excerpt from Knowledge@Wharton -- "In, 'A Candid Advantage? The Social Benefits of Candid Photos,' Berger and co-author Alixandra Barasch of New York University compare audience reactions to posed vs. candid photos in online profiles. When observers viewed profiles that displayed unvarnished images — or those that seemed to be unvarnished — they reported feeling more connected to those people and more interested in getting to know them."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Sundaram tells Poets&Quants he wants to elevate Stern’s commitment to experiential learning through its “Stern Solutions” program. His vision, he says, is to intensify the program’s emphasis on developing leaders who can grasp the big picture, turn transformation into opportunity, and thrive in an ever-changing global climate. 'We will provide more students with more opportunities to participate, while deepening our relationships with companies that value the fresh insights Stern MBAs can bring to the table,' he shares."
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    Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "Perhaps not surprising, NYU Stern’s New York City location factored highly into the decision-making process for many of the students we asked. But so too did its community—including how approachable and friendly current students were to prospective students and the school-wide emphasis on IQ + EQ (emotional quotient)—and its curriculum, which has a strong core but also gives students the opportunity to explore electives early on and offers specializations in things like luxury marketing and technology."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "In contrast to Republican primary voters who supported candidates other than Trump, they noted, voters who supported him 'score high on authority/loyalty/sanctity and low on care.' These voters, according to Ekins and Haidt, 'are the true authoritarians — they value obedience while scoring low on compassion.'"
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Scott Galloway, a marketing professor at New York University and author of a forthcoming book on the big tech companies, said Facebook should not necessarily ban content that celebrates institutions like the Confederacy or the Wehrmacht and advertising that targets people interested in these subjects. But he said allowing this content and selling ads around it should reflect on Facebook the same way it would reflect on, say, CNN or The Washington Post. 'I think it’s fairly cut and dried,' he said. 'Their responsibility is the same as any other media company.'"
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    New York University’s Stern School of Business is pleased to announce the establishment of three new scholarship funds for high-potential students transferring from a two-year community college who have been admitted to the Undergraduate College. The scholarships, the first of their kind for transfer students, are made possible thanks to the generosity of Howard Meyers, BS ‘64 and his wife Rory Meyers; Pamela Craig, MBA ‘84, and her husband Robert V. Delaney Jr., MS ‘82; and Martin Cohen, MBA ‘76 and his wife Michele Cohen, all of whom believe in the transformative power of scholarship. Their scholarships help support Stern’s Access Initiative, which aims to create more full-need undergraduate scholarships for talented, low-income students with the brightest future potential. 
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    Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review -- "The lack of men’s involvement in gender parity initiatives is a problem. Participation in such initiatives can help change men’s minds about the importance of gender parity at work. For example, research suggest that even men who initially hold negative or sexist attitudes regarding the role of women in the workplace become more supportive of gender parity programs (more effectively implement them, for example) when they are actively included in conversations about such programs."
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    Excerpt from NPR -- "It's a business model that's relatively easy to replicate, so companies like WeWork are vulnerable, says New York University marketing professor Scott Galloway. 'There are a lot of organizations that own real estate that could probably offer somewhat of a me-too model,' including hotels, he says."
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    On September 25, NYU Stern School of Business Dean Peter Henry and Vice Dean Raghu Sundaram invited current students, alumni and community members to join them for an evening to celebrate the launch of Stern’s Executive MBA (EMBA) Program in Washington, D.C., at NYU’s D.C. location, as the University celebrates its fifth-year anniversary in the nation’s capital. 
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    Excerpt from CNBC -- "'It's not acting as a currency,' Damodaran said. 'The plumber has to say: "I accept dollars or Bitcoin." Would you be willing to put Bitcoin in your pocket and leave for a one-year trip knowing you're going to survive? We're no where near that comfort.'"
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    Excerpt from CBS -- "In law firms, Alter says, people with simple names tend to make partner faster. In politics, with the notable exception of former President Barack Obama, fewer syllables generally mean more votes. 'People vote more for people with simpler names,' he said. 'We've got some results showing that.'"
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    Excerpt from CNN -- "'It's important that this not start some sort of domino effect across the rest of Europe,' said Sundararajan. ‘It wouldn't surprise me if more cities start to push back heavily because they're trying to preserve their power.'"
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    Excerpt from Ticket News -- "...Professor Seamans points out that 'making resale more difficult for the public can net a negative effect because the market will always do better when search is more accessible'. No matter the prices, a search engine inquiry that returns only one website off of which a consumer can actually purchase what they’re looking for is not good business for the consumer, the venue, the artist or team and their promoter, or really anyone else involved. In short, he states that 'in general, consumers are better off when the secondary market is active'."
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "'It’s the meltdown of a major American institution,' says NYU sociology professor Jonathan Haidt, who has co-founded a non-profit group, Heterodox Academy, to advocate for viewpoint diversity and free inquiry on US campuses. While Haidt is a centrist who has never voted for a Republican, he is disturbed by the culling of conservative voices on campuses."
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    Excerpt from the New York Daily News -- "Dozens of studies conducted and inspired by psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger show that poor performers are especially prone to delusions: They overestimate their talents, including logical reasoning, grammar, humor, debating, interviewing, management and emotional skills. The weaker their skills, including interpersonal skills, the more that people exaggerate them in their own minds."
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    Excerpt from AM New York -- "... Scott Galloway, an NYU professor of marketing who has written a forthcoming book on Amazon called 'THE FOUR: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google,' both believe that Amazon already has its sight set on one — or a few — HQ2 sites. 'I think Amazon has already decided to be in New York, and they’re just going through the RFP process to produce a term sheet that New York feels compelled to match,' Galloway said."
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    Excerpt from The Economist -- "Robert Whitelaw, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, says that the conflicting analyses reflect the broader results of more complex efforts aimed at tracking results from ('virtuous') companies that would qualify for these funds."
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    Excerpt from MEL -- "'These might sound trite, but phrases such as, "It wasn’t a good match," "It wasn’t the right fit," or, "We faced some challenges" can work,' North says."
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    Excerpt from NPR -- "When you have what is arguably the most successful company of the last decade weaponized to undermine our democracy, it rattles our cages and it should. ... We have foreign adversarial entities using a credit card and the Facebook platform to spread fake news and create chaos within our electoral process."
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    Stern Alumni's "Author Lecture Series" Presents Roger Martin and Malcolm Gladwell

    September 19, 2017
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    NYU Stern's Alumni department will host the next installment of the "Author Lecture Series" featuring Roger Martin, former dean of the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, and Malcolm Gladwell, author, journalist and speaker. 
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    Powering the Future: Energy Transformation in the US

    September 19, 2017
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    On Tuesday, Sept. 19, the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business and the NYU Stern MBA Energy and Infrastructure Club will co-host a panel discussion entitled, “Powering the Future: Energy Transformation in the US”.
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    Tales in Leadership: Managing Chaos Featuring Tony Alvarez

    September 19, 2017
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    On Tuesday, Sept. 19, NYU Stern’s Leadership Development will welcome Tony Alvarez, Co-Founder and CEO of Alvarez & Marsal, for a talk entitled “Managing Chaos.”
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "When teaching Microeconomics to 300 Stern undergraduates, Bowmaker is known to takes the time to learn every single student’s name so that he can get everyone’s contributions during class. When researching economics, he’s not merely fascinated by the application of it, he’s equally passionate about the working lives of other professionals in the field. This is evidenced by two of his published books, The Heart of Teaching Economics: Lessons from Leading Minds and The Art and Practice of Economics Research: Lessons from Leading Minds, which feature one-to-one interviews with some of the top economists in Europe and in the United States."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "Hundreds of companies throughout history have filed for bankruptcy twice, according to New York University finance professor Edward Altman, who tracks repeat filers and helped coin the phrase 'Chapter 22' in 1993."