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Looks like the Business School really did not like the accusations leveled at them in “Inside Job”, the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary about some of the people believed to be accountable for the 2008 financial crisis. The film equally criticized giants of Wall Street and some economists from Columbia, Harvard, NYU, MIT. These academics, including Dean […]

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Columbia is doing pretty well for itself uptown recently. Business School Dean Glenn Hubbard just sent BSchool students an email notifying them of the donation, which was made by Henry R. Kravis, BSchool class of 1969 and current cochair of the School’s Board of Overseers. The Uptown BSchool will be comprised of two buildings, one […]

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