February 2008

    • 21 Feb 2008

      NFL Players to Participate in Custom Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School

      On February 24, more than thirty NFL players representing teams from across the league, including the New England Patriots, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Seattle Seahawks, will travel to Harvard Business School (HBS) to take part in an executive education program that addresses the unique business opportunities and challenges faced by NFL players during and following their professional football careers. Read more.

    • 07 Feb 2008

      Harvard Business School Faculty Members Win Smith Breeden Prize for Distinguised Paper in Finance

      Harvard Business School assistant professors Lauren H. Cohen and Christopher J. Malloy, both members of the School's Finance Unit, have recently won the 2007 Smith Breeden Prize, which recognizes the top three papers published in The Journal of Finance in any area other than corporate finance. Their paper, Supply and Demand Shifts in the Shorting Market (coauthored with Karl B. Diether of the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University) examines the link between the shorting market and stock prices. Read more.