News Coverage Highlights Archive

WEEK OF AUGUST 10

El Pais: Professor Steven A. Altman shares thoughts on globalization in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Bloomberg: Professor Adam Alter shares advice on how to reduce screen time during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Bloomberg: In a live interview, Professor Arun Sundararajan explains why he expects dine-in demand to keep growing even after the COVID-19 pandemic and why Uber Technologies and DoorDash are poised to benefit from the shift.
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WEEK OF AUGUST 3

Marketwatch: Professor Paul Hardart suggests that Covid-19 presents an opportunity for event producers to accelerate the use of technology while providing a way for buyers, sellers and retailers to congregate digitally.
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Marketplace: Professor Thomaï Serdari suggests that magazines need to change in order to adapt to the way people spend their time and money during Covid-19.
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Chemical & Engineering News: Professor Sabrina Howell’s co-authored research on early-stage venture capital activity in the first two months after the Covid-19 crisis reached the U.S. is referenced.
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WEEK OF JULY 27

The Tribune-Review: Professor Anindya Ghose's co-authored research showing that both Democrats and Republicans are willing to share their personal smartphone data to help combat the spread of Covid-19 is spotlighted.
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Yahoo Finance: In a video interview, Professor Steven A. Altman explores the impact of travel disruption caused by Covid-19 on global teams.
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Adweek: In an in-depth interview, Professor Scott Galloway discusses how the Covid-19 pandemic has made Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google even stronger, and what could be next for intervention.
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WEEK OF JULY 20

Business Insider: In an in-depth feature, Professor Ari Ginsberg explains how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way he approaches teaching entrepreneurship.
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Bloomberg: Professor David Yermack shares his perspective on the growing prevalence of virtual shareholder meetings.
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Business Insider: In a Q&A interview, Professor Priya Raghubir discusses why the coronavirus crisis drove people to "panic buy" particular products.
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WEEK OF JULY 13

Protocol: In a featured podcast interview, Professor Arun Sundararajan discusses his recent research with PhD student Manav Raj and Uber Eats, which underscores the importance digital platforms had in ensuring business continuity and providing future resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic for SMB restaurants while weighing in on what Uber’s acquisition of Postmates means for the sharing economy.
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Bloomberg: In a video interview, Professor Edward Altman shares his thoughts on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting bankruptcies across the U.S. market; his Z-Score research is spotlighted.
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CNBC: Professor Aswath Damodaran explains how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted Tesla throughout 2020.
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WEEK OF JULY 6

Bloomberg: Professor Thomaï Serdari discusses how the Covid-19 pandemic has upended the luxury retail space.
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China Daily: Professor Robert Engle comments on how the coronavirus pandemic could be a "dress rehearsal" to more crises.
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Yahoo Finance: Professor Nouriel Roubini predicts how the U.S. economy will recover following the coronavirus crisis.
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WEEK OF JUNE 29

Town & Country: Professor Priya Raghubir comments on how the hierarchy of human needs plays into the sharp increase of stationery sales amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Fast Company: Professor Scott Galloway offers his thoughts on how some big tech firms are benefiting from the coronavirus pandemic.
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WEEK OF JUNE 22

New York Times: Professor Edward Altman comments on why he believes even a rebound in economic activity won't stop a record-breaking wave of bankruptcies in 2020; his Z-Score research is mentioned.
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Financial Times: Professor Batia Wiesenfeld offers insights on how pay and promotion outcomes are impacted by primarily working from home versus working in the office.
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Luxury Daily: Professor Thomaï Serdari weighs in on whether luxury brands should consider adding hand sanitizers and face masks to their lines.
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WEEK OF JUNE 15

Bloomberg: Professor Aswath Damodaran shares his reactions to the recent U.S. stock market rally.
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Express: Professor Nouriel Roubini discusses the European Commission's recovery plan to help economically weaker countries hit hardest by the coronavirus crisis.
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Bloomberg: Professor Edward Altman demonstrates why he believes defaults on junk bonds will spike to record-breaking numbers in 2020.
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WEEK OF JUNE 8

CGTN: Professor Russell Winer discusses precautions retail businesses are taking to ensure safe social distancing practices are maintained and how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting small business.
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KCRW: Professor Amy Webb offers predictions on how employers may use real-time health data to combat the spread of Covid-19.
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City A.M.: Professor Hanna Halaburda shares her thoughts on the post Covid-19 financial paradigm and what it means for digital assets like cryptocurrency, citing Stern-led research on blockchain, smart contracts and fintech.
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WEEK OF JUNE 1

CBS News: Professor Adam Alter shares his perspective on what a "new normal" might look like in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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iNews: In a story exploring how the coronavirus crisis will shape the future of the sharing economy, Professor Arun Sundararajan predicts a major shift away from hotels and towards vacation rentals and Airbnbs.
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Adweek: Professor Thomaï Serdari is quoted in an article exploring whether the Covid-19 pandemic is accelerating an already-rapid decline in print advertising.
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WEEK OF MAY 25

The Atlantic: In an in-depth feature, Professor Jonathan Haidt shares his thoughts on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on polarization and politics.
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U.S. News: Professor Viral Acharya compares government assistance programs for workers during the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and Europe.
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Bloomberg Surveillance: In a video interview, Lord Mervyn King offers his perspective on the efficacy of negative rates as the U.K. and other nations implement economic stimulus measures to combat the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
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WEEK OF MAY 18

The Economist: Professor Edward Altman predicts that 8% of all firms whose debt is rated speculative grade will default in the next 12 months.
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New York Times: New research from Professor Arpit Gupta examining the role of demographic differences in mobility in explaining disparities in Covid-19 outcomes in New York City is spotlighted.
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Marketing Dive: Professor Tensie Whelan notes that brands have traditionally upcharged for sustainably labeled products, but the higher price tag is not necessarily reflective of actual production and supplier expenses.
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WEEK OF MAY 11

New York Times: Professor Sabrina Howell shares takeaways from her recent research which examines how private equity buyouts affect the quality of care in nursing homes.
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WSBT: Professor Deepak Hegde, Director of Stern’s Endless Frontier Labs, discusses how weakening links between employers and employees could put the American economy in a fragile position when the global economy restarts following the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Medium: Professor Petra Moser's joint research on the economic effects stemming from the U.S.' national immigration quota system of the 1920s is spotlighted.
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WEEK OF MAY 4

Retail Dive: Professor Thomaï Serdari warns that the retail industry could experience a slow rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic, explaining that consumers are likely to remain wary of congregating in stores once restrictions are lifted.
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Bloomberg: Professor Arun Sundararajan analyzes the declining first-quarter U.S. GDP numbers and illustrates the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the sharing economy.
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New York Times: Professor Thomas Philippon shares why the Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the already-growing power of America’s corporate giants.
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Wall Street Journal: Joint research quantifying how sticky store prices exacerbate hoarding from Professor Vishal Singh is highlighted.
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WEEK OF APRIL 27

Bloomberg Law: Professor Amal Shehata explains how companies are using cash flow models to try and predict the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Los Angeles Times: Professor Tom Meyvis shares his perspective on how the restaurant industry will be impacted by consumer spending once the Covid-19 restrictions are eased.
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Financial Sense: In a podcast interview, Professor Richard Sylla explains the return of inflation, ultra-low interest rates and the financial impacts from the coronavirus crisis.
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WEEK OF APRIL 20

New York Times: Professor Priya Raghubir is quoted in a story examining why some consumers are purchasing airline tickets amid travel advisories and border closures.
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The Guardian: Joint research from Professors Theresa Kuchler and Johannes Stroebel on how the geographic spread of Covid-19 correlates with the structure of social networks is explained.
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IIMA Podcast: Professor Anindya Ghose offers his perspective on how technology and digital platforms can be leveraged to address health pandemics.
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