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Columbia Business School Research Offers New Approach to Financial Reporting that Takes Uncertainty into Account

Career Climbers / 15th October 2018

The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) recently issued a revised Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting, which essentially acts as a constitution, setting the bounds for accounting standards worldwide. The Conceptual Framework...

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What Everyone Needs to Know When Traveling Abroad

Career Climbers / 20th August 2018

On a visit earlier this year to India, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went to great lengths to fit in, wearing heavily embroidered kurtas and showing off his polished Bhangra moves at a...

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New Research from Columbia Business School Shows How the Dollar Has Become the Only International Currency

Career Climbers / 6th June 2018

Capital crosses borders more today than ever before. While a small number of large firms issue bonds in foreign currency and borrow from foreigners to finance their operations, the vast...

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Employees Receive Feedback Better When It’s Measured Against Their Past Performance Rather Than Their Peers

Career Climbers / 30th May 2018

Performance reviews are a pain point for employers and employees alike. They cost managers an average of $3,000 per year, per employee, according to a survey of Fortune 1,000 companies conducted by the Corporate...

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Santander Universities Extends Partnership With Columbia Business School By Providing Generous Financial Support To Two Entrepreneurship Programs

Entrepreneurs / 3rd May 2018

Columbia Business School announced today that Santander Universities has pledged more than $850,000 to support the training and development of entrepreneurs in Latin America and New York City.  The funding will be directed specifically...

Busy People Feel Better About Missing Deadlines Than Less Busy People, According To Research From Columbia Business School

Career Climbers / 20th April 2018

You feel horribly overworked and far too busy for comfort. Suddenly, your boss adds still more to your workload. Does that make you more productive or less? It may seem...

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Columbia Business School Research Sheds Light on Management’s Influence on Votes Cast by Shareholders

Career Climbers / 18th January 2018

Over the past decade, public companies large and small have been taking note of the increasing impact of shareholder votes on their governance and compensation practices, particularly with the rise...

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Gender-Based Double Standards Persist Even In A Performance Driven Industry, According To New Research From Columbia Business School

Career Climbers / 26th October 2017

Many people argue that women are held to unfairly high standards and must outperform men with similar qualifications to receive equal evaluations. New research coming from Columbia Business School and Yale School...

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How We Size Up Whether Someone Is a Good Judge of People Has a Lot to Do with Whether They Agree with Us

Entrepreneurs / 17th October 2017

How do you know when someone is a good judge of people, and can you tell who is accurately able to read others’ character, attitudes, and abilities? In most cases,...

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Columbia Business School and Biz2Credit to Host Frontiers of Digital Finance Conference in New York on October 2-3

Career Climbers / 20th September 2017

Columbia Business School and Biz2Credit will host the inaugural Frontiers of Digital Finance conference on Monday, October 2nd and Tuesday, October 3rd, at Lerner Hall in New York City. The conference will drive a robust discussion...