Faculty News

Stern in the News | November 15, 2022

NYU Stern campus
  • The Washington Post | 11/14/2022 | Professor Scott Galloway’s new book, “Adrift,” is spotlighted: “Reach For Books as Worthy Gifts.”
  • ABC News | 11/11/2022 | Professor David Yermack interview: “What FTX's Bankruptcy Filing Means for the Future of Digital Currency.”
  • Benzinga | 11/11/2022 | Professor Joost van Druenen interview: “Could 'Call Of Duty' Be Removed From The Playstation Catalog?”
  • Fortune | 11/11/2022 | Commentary from Professor Aswath Damodaran is highlighted: “Fortune 500 Board Members Share How They’re Mapping Scenario Plans for a Recession, Market Volatility, and Global Shocks.”
  • Financial Times | 11/9/2022 | Professor Gustavo Schwed interview: “Opposition Shadows Cerberus Windfall From Albertsons Supermarket Deal.”
  • Marketplace | 11/9/2022 | Professor Anat Lechner interview: “Tech Layoffs Show Why Managing Growth Can Be So Tricky for Companies.”
  • MarketScale | 11/9/2022 | Professor Darren Campo interview: “The Four Reasons Why Legacy Media is Struggling to Adjust.”
  • Fortune | 11/8/2022 | Professor Nouriel Roubini interview: “Nouriel Roubini Says It’s ‘Mission Impossible’ to Avoid a Hard Landing, and We’ll Get the Worst of the 1970s and 2000s Combined.”
  • Business of Fashion | 11/8/2022 | Professor Thomaï Serdari interview: “The Brands Convincing You to Buy an Engagement Ring Off Instagram.”
  • USA Today | 11/8/2022 | Professor Petra Moser interview: “'This is a Dicey Moment': Amazon, Apple, Other Tech Giants Lose Billions in Value as Market Wobbles.”
  • Observer | 11/5/2022 | Professor Arun Sundararajan interview: “How Reddit Became One of the World’s Biggest NFT Marketplaces in Just Four Months.”
  • HR Brew | 11/1/2022 | Professor Michael North interview: “Is the Language in Your Job Descriptions Turning Away Older Applicants?”
  • CoinDesk | 10/22/22 | Research from Professor Hanna Halaburda is cited: “Is Voluntary Regulation the Right Approach to DeFi?”
  • Wharton Magazine | Fall/Winter 2022 | Research from Professor Adam Brandenburger is featured: “A New Old-Fashioned Leadership.”