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While Radisson has pulled its sponsorship due to recent abuse scandals, other major brands remain tethered to the NFL. Favorito explains why.
Gennaro weighs in on the Ray Rice case and how the NFL and its sponsors can and should address domestic violence issues.
If the Yankees miss the postseason, it could spell trouble for their brand and their bottom line, says Vince Gennaro, director of Columbia University's Sports Management program.
At the first Narrative Medicine Rounds talk of the 2014 season, the editorial and commercial photographer discussed healing, art, and the art of healing.
Beth Fisher-Yoshida discusses unwanted repetitive patterns, the interactions that derail us and sometimes complicate our personal and professional relationships.
Stopping the spread of Ebola entails a new dilemma -- challenging long-standing rituals of an at-risk community, writes Bioethics director Robert Klitzman in The Huffington Post.
Alex Fischer, Senior Advisor for the Environment, Peace, and Security Executive Seminar, talks about the nonprofit work that inspired him to explore the link between climate and conflict.
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution professor Peter T. Coleman critiques Putin's domineering leadership style and suggests alternative approaches to conflict resolution.
On Monday, the School of Continuing Education welcomed its largest ever incoming class of graduate students. These students will pursue M.S. degrees in thirteen different master's programs.
Vince Gennaro, director of Sports Management and president of Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), highlights the growth of stats in baseball and discusses future applications for such metrics.