Razak Dawood ’68, chairman of Descon, a multinational, family-owned corporation based in Pakistan, offers his best advice for those entering … More
As co-founder of Blue Nectar Tequila, Nikhil Bahadur ’12 and his father, Bn Bahadur, turned his passion for the Mexican … More
What Can You Learn From Family Businesses?
Columbia alumni, Cheyenne Wiskerke ’13 and Alan Wasserstrom ’63, share stories of the businesses they inherited and led — and … More
A Taste for Great Service
As the Ko Hospitality Group opens its first US restaurant, CEO Stan Ko ’99, talks about the family business and … More
Co-President Siblings Steward a Century-old Family Business
111 years since its founding as Massachusetts Envelope Company, Ben Grossman ’06, along with his brother, David, are the 4th … More
What’s the relationship between emotions and health in a family?
To reconcile empirical inconsistencies in the relationship between emotionally-negative families and daughters’ abnormal eating, this article hypothesizes a critical moderating … More
How can imagining your future self help your health?
To the extent that people feel more continuity between their present and future selves, they are more likely to make … More
How do romantic couples manage their daily to do’s?
It appears that couples help each other remember outstanding tasks (“to-dos”) by issuing reminders. Professor Malia Mason and co-authors examine … More
What motivates charitable giving to more than one organization?
People are more generous toward single than toward multiple beneficiaries, and encouraging greater giving to multiple targets is challenging. Vicki … More
Can Money Buy Happiness?
In contrast to decades of research reporting surprisingly weak relationships between consumption and happiness, recent findings suggest that money can … More