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    Excerpt from Fast Company -- "New York-based KitSplit is a self-declared 'Airbnb for creative equipment' that allows production companies, studios, and individual artists to lease out their unused equipment for short-term periods. The company, which launched in December, takes a 15% commission from the rental of equipment leased online. As of this writing, more than $1 million worth of cameras, drones, and other high-end creative equipment are available through the service."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "If this era of war ever ends, and we emerge from the slumber of automated killing to the daylight of moral questioning, we will face a reckoning. If we are honest with ourselves, the answers won’t be simple."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Students on Stern’s master in business analytics program, which filled its class of 60 and closed the admissions process a month early, also 'get their hands dirty' with programming language. 'We are teaching the managers [and] executives who need to understand the language of analytics and how to leverage data to make strategic decisions,' said Roy Lee, Stern's assistant dean of global degree programs, in an interview with BusinessBecause."
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    Prof. David Yermack's course on bitcoin is highlighted

    February 23, 2015
    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Offered jointly by Stern and NYU’s law school, the course covered topics such as bitcoin as an investment and the trading of bitcoin, and the legal and regulatory treatment of the currency. It ran from September to December 2014. 'We are exploring a new technology that raises interesting questions about the nature of money and how that is likely to change in the future,' said David Yermack, a finance professor at Stern who created the course with law school professor Geoff Miller."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Advanced Professional Certificate students are to take 15 units, a quarter of the number required for an MBA, on a part-time basis, in MBA classes that have capacity. Each student will follow one of three tracks: finance, marketing, or general business. 'The finance track could quickly empower people who didn’t major in finance in college, but who now work in the industry, with a broader perspective that helps them excel in their function,' says Isser Gallogly, assistant dean of MBA admissions. 'Liberal arts majors can combine the fundamentals of marketing with the latest thinking in analytics and digital through the marketing track. Entrepreneurs without a business degree can customize the handful of business courses they want to take in the general business track. Others with an MBA may want to delve into a new area of interest.'"
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    NYU Stern Professor and Nobel Laureate Robert Engle delivered the inaugural “Gallatin Lecture Series on Banking,” the first in a series of four lectures jointly hosted by NYU Stern and The Clearing House.
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "This past week, New York University’s Stern School of Business announced a new scholarship program. It will give 10 low-income undergraduate students the opportunity to attend Stern without incurring the burden of debt for the next four years. Alumnus Leonard R. Stern has donated $5.75 million to fund the new Leonard R. Stern New York City scholarship program aimed at high-achieving low income high school students in the city."
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    Excerpt from Forbes -- "We can only expect localization demands to increase—and business pressures to pull in the opposite direction. While the political dynamics have shifted, companies should still have respect for human rights—and the strength of the global Internet—at the forefront of decisions over where to store their data."
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    Excerpt from Reuters -- "'Our agenda is not to surprise markets,' Fed Governor Jerome Powell said on Wednesday at New York University. 'It is to be as clear and transparent as possible, to keep our framework out there, and let markets understand where we're going."
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    Excerpt from The New York Post -- "'New York City is one of the most amazing cities in the world. It makes sense to learn about the dynamics of operations management in the context of real businesses,' says Kristen Sosulski, clinical assistant professor of information, operations and management sciences, and director of the center for innovation in teaching and learning at NYU Stern."
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    Prof. David Yermack discusses his course on Bitcoin

    February 15, 2015
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "'We are staking out some academic territory and trying to get the university’s brand associated with a new body of knowledge,' says David Yermack, the finance professor at New York University’s Stern Business School, whose MBA course, created with law school colleague Geoff Miller, finished before Christmas. 'This is an entrepreneurial venture for us.'"
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    Excerpt from TopMBA -- "The interview is an important part of the application process at NYU Stern. We interview everyone we admit to the full–time MBA program, and nearly all interviews are done face-to-face in New York City by a member of our highly-trained admissions team. We believe that interviewing is a skill and we want to have our class selected by people who are experienced, professional assessors of talent."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Stern’s inaugural class in 2013 attracted students from a wide range of industries, from healthcare to manufacturing and venture capital, said Roy Lee, assistant dean of global degree programs. Demand has been insatiable. 'For both years, we filled a maximum class of 60, and for both we closed out the admissions cycle a month and half early, with a waiting list for the following year,' added Roy."
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    Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "The William R. Berkley Scholarship Program, established in 2013, covers the full two-year tuition and fees for NYU Stern’s full-time MBA program. It also provides a housing stipend of $18,000/year and an additional $10,000/year stipend for books and other expenses. Successful entrepreneur William R. Berkley (BS 1966) created the program that bears his name with a $10 million donation. He pursued his MBA at Harvard Business School immediately after graduating from Stern and wanted to provide similar opportunities for other aspiring young students like himself."
  • BusinessBecause
    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Lindsey came to the high-ranking business school after a career piloting Blackhawk helicopters over Iraq and training thousands of US soldiers, many of whom may soon enter the civilian workforce. 'Coming to Stern is the first step I’m taking as I prepare to move into the corporate realm,' she told NYU Stern’s website. 'I feel the army has given me the leadership experience I need. There are other areas of business in which I still have a lot to learn.'"
  • BusinessBecause
    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'Many veterans joined the military to feel a sense of purpose, and upon transitioning to civilian life they want to continue to feel this sense of purpose in their future careers,' says Isser Gallogly, assistant dean of MBA admissions at NYU Stern."
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "But there is also a real sense that China’s generous welcome to these institutions is part of its own need to modernise its higher education system, says NYU’s Prof Zemel. 'I think China is now struggling with the next phase of economic development. They have done a good job but they know that low-cost is running its course,' he says. The next phase is to invest in innovation and this means changing the way students are educated more widely. 'The objective of NYU in Shanghai is not to educate the 2000 [enrolled] students,' says Prof Zemel, 'but to have a long-term impact on other institutions.'"
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    Excerpt from TopMBA -- "Gallogly says the program will likely be of interest to applicants, 'who really are very driven, very motivated, and very structured and who have the time right now.' He notes that students in the accelerated program who have a life change – a new job or the birth of a child, for example – can opt to slow down and complete the program in up to six years."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "'People want things to happen and happen quickly,' says Isser Gallogly, Stern’s assistant dean of MBA admissions. Today, Stern announced a new, two-year part-time MBA program. It’s essentially the same as the school’s regular part-time MBA program, but comes with a recommended schedule that maps out the required coursework, and spots for electives, over the two years."
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "Eli Daquioag, an MBA student at New York University’s Stern School of Business, advises keeping in mind the accessibility of people, companies and industries when you decide which school to apply to. For example, studying in New York has enabled him to visit big media companies such as NBCUniversal and Viacom, which have their headquarters in the city. By building these relationships in his first semester, he was able to secure an internship with cable channel USA Network."
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "'Stern Speaks,' a forum organised by members of the Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students, initiated an important dialogue on NYU’s campus about the experience of black people in America. Those of us who attended had the privilege of hearing three brave classmates share their stories, all of which included personal encounters with both individual and institutional racism. When the floor opened to the audience, people mustered the courage to ask uncomfortable questions. Honest and sometimes painful answers were given in reply. A dialogue had begun."
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    Executive MBA student Zach Blank is profiled

    January 16, 2015
    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Mr. Blank, 31, is the vice president of Paragon Sporting Goods, a quintessential store for New York athletes — especially when it comes to winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and ice skating. The six-floor family business, on East 18th Street and Broadway in Manhattan, was founded in 1908 by Mr. Blank’s great-grandfather, Phil Blank, an émigré from Ukraine, and his father, Bruce, is the president and chief executive. Mr. Blank is studying for an M.B.A. at New York University’s Stern School of Business."
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    Excerpt from LinkedIn -- "If you build it, they will come. Or so Professors David Backus and Glenn Okun learned when they organized Data Bootcamp, a non-credit elective course designed for students who want to learn Python, a popular programming language, in order to analyze economic, financial and business data most effectively. The course, offered every other Friday during the fall semester, developed when a group of MBA students approached the professors, identifying a need to understand code for business applications."
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    Data Bootcamp, a non-credit course offered every other Friday during the fall semester, developed when a group of MBA students approached Professors David Backus and Glenn Okun, identifying a need to understand code for business applications.
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    Excerpt from CNBC -- "With lower energy prices, I think we're going to see an environment where retail consumption is going to increase and ... [for] companies who have a cost structure highly tilted towards energy prices, you're going to see that reduced and you're going to see an increase in earnings and an increase in free cash flow."


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