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Alumna Gives $5 Million Gift to NYU Stern to Support Women in Business

TopMBA

Dean Raghu Sundaram and Senior Associate Dean for MBA & Graduate Programs Paula Steisel Goldfarb are quoted in a story highlighting a $5 million gift to Stern by Elizabeth Elting (MBA '92) to support the advancement of women in business and to provide seed capital to women-led businesses in association with the School’s Endless Frontier Labs (EFL).

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Why Investors Might Want to Bet on Humble CEOs

The Wall Street Journal

Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs J.P. Eggers offers his perspective on new research that finds analysts tend to significantly underestimate the earnings potential of companies run by humble chief executive officers.

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The Helpful Upside of Office Personality Tests

BBC

Professor Susan Stehlik comments on the usefulness of personality tests in the workplace.

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These millennials were so burned out, they’re building a startup to combat burnout

Quartz

Professor Anat Lechner is quoted in an article on Pattern, a startup designed to combat workplace burnout.

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It is unreasonable for the US to list China as a "currency manipulator"

Xinhua News Agency

Professor Joseph Foudy offers his perspective on the US Treasury's designation of China as a "currency manipulator.

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Donald Trump, meet Elon Musk: In terms of leadership turnover, the White House looks a lot like Tesla

Business Insider

Professor Anat Lechner discusses the consequences of high rates of turnover in an organization.

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How Leaders Can Balance Confidence and Humility

HR People + Strategy

In a joint op-ed, Professor Elizabeth Morrison offers advice for leaders to balance confidence and humility.

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The 5 leadership strategies Trump needs to employ in order to win the G20 negotiations

Business Insider

Professor Susan Stehlik shares insights for how world leaders can effectively use communication strategies at the G20 Summit.

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I Do Not Need Feedback! Or Do I? Self Efficacy, Perspective Taking, and Feedback Seeking

Applied Psychology

Professor Morrison and co-author, Elad N. Sherf, explored the personal and interpersonal dynamics of feedback seeking.

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Footwear companies including Nike, Adidas urge Trump to stop tariffs

CGTN America

Professor Joseph Foudy explains how higher tariffs may threaten business operations in China.

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The Tyranny of Workplace Food-Shamers

The Atlantic

Professor Anat Lechner offers insights on body and food-shaming in the workplace.

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US Fed meet opens as markets eye shift in interest rate course

CNA

Professor Joseph Foudy identifies key economic indicators that will influence the Federal Reserve's decision whether to adjust interest rates.

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Why Nintendo, Google and others may want to move some manufacturing out of China

CNN

Professor Joseph Foudy explains why China will remain the number one location for manufacturing, despite trade tensions.

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Companies Going Public: Unintended Consequences

Nightly Business Report, CNBC

Professor and Vice Dean of MBA Programs JP Eggers is interviewed about the consequences of taking a company public.

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How the World’s Biggest Brewer Killed the Craft Beer Buzz

Medium

Professor Sonia Marciano is quoted in a story on Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI)'s marketing strategy.

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Should you just shut up and do your job?

Brisbane Times

Professor Elizabeth Morrison's and PhD student Mona Weiss' joint research on the perception of speaking up in the workplace is featured.

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