Gabelli School of Business

Three Graduate Specialty Areas Ranked Top 20

Finance (15), International Business (15), and Marketing (14) were ranked among the top 20 in the nation in the U.S. News Best Business Schools graduate rankings.

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Why the Gabelli School?

#20 EMBA Program Poets&Quants EMBA Ranking
#10 in International Business U.S. News & World Report
#1 in Gender Balance The Economist WhichMBA 2020 EMBA
3 Top 20 Rankings U.S. News & World Report Graduate Subject Rankings

Gabelli School of Business Recent News

GHIMC Fall Forum Tackles Value-Based Care with Star-Studded Panel

GHIMC Fall Forum Tackles Value-Based Care with Star-Studded Panel

By Eliana Chow On November 18, Fordham’s Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center (GHIMC) hosted a groundbreaking virtual conference entitled “Value-Based Care and Value-Based Payments: Innovating for Now and the Future.” The high-profile event brought together healthcare leaders from the federal …

Wait, Wait, Don’t Skip: Capturing Attention with Creative

Wait, Wait, Don’t Skip: Capturing Attention with Creative

By Josephine Larbi, BS ’21, MS ’22 On September 29th, the Gabelli School marketing area held a virtual event “Wait, Wait, Don’t Skip: Capturing Attention With Creative” as part of the Industry Speaker Series. The event featured Esty Gorman, creative …

Strategies for Successful Investing

Strategies for Successful Investing

In a recent Gabelli School Centennial Speaker Series webinar sponsored by the CFA Society New York, the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis, and the Museum of American Finance, Michael Mauboussin, co-author of Expectations Investing: Reading Stock Prices for Better …

A Talk with Robert O’Shea, Co-Founder of Fordham’s O’Shea Center for Credit Analysis

A Talk with Robert O’Shea, Co-Founder of Fordham’s O’Shea Center for Credit Analysis

By Kelly Kultys On Oct. 21, members of the Fordham community heard how a unique idea helped Robert “Bob” O’Shea, GABELLI ’87, become one of the youngest partners in Goldman Sachs history before establishing his own firm. O’Shea was featured …

How the top investors lead the way

How the top investors lead the way

Allocators—an elite group of investors—influence how money moves around the world on the behalf of institutions such as foundations, pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds. The host of the acclaimed podcast Capital Allocators and author of the recent book Capital …

Fordham Marketing Association raises $1000 for Cardinal Hayes High School

Fordham Marketing Association raises $1000 for Cardinal Hayes High School

By Caitlin Cannuscio, BS ’23 Each semester, Fordham Marketing Association (FMA) hosts fundraising and community service events for Fordham University and other organizations. In the past, Fordham Marketing Association has held events to raise money including a Krispy Kreme Fundraiser …

Homecoming Weekend Draws Alumni, Families, and Friends Back to Campus

Homecoming Weekend Draws Alumni, Families, and Friends Back to Campus

For the first time in nearly two years, Homecoming returned to Rose Hill—and the Fordham football team rose to the occasion, defeating Wagner, 56–7, on Oct. 9. Following the game, players took turns boosting each other up to ring the …

The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence

The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence

By Patrick Verel The concept of artificial intelligence has been with us since 1955, when a group of researchers first proposed a study of “the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines.” At the same time, it seems like not …

Governance is Key to the Value of ESG

Governance is Key to the Value of ESG

Now more than ever, investment firms expect companies to “hold their feet to the fire” and disclose their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies. The opportunities and risks of corporate sustainability practices for value investors was the topic of a …

How Digital Trading Pioneer Thomas Peterffy Revolutionized the Stock Market

How Digital Trading Pioneer Thomas Peterffy Revolutionized the Stock Market

In 1977, Hungarian-born Thomas Peterffy purchased a seat on the American Stock Exchange. A decade later, he developed a fully automated market-making system for stocks, options, and futures, an innovation that forever changed the trading floor and fast-tracked his career …