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Ben Bernstein, Co-Founder and Principal of RedSky: “The Ace Assembler”

The Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate had the pleasure of welcoming Ben Bernstein, Co-Founder and Principal of RedSky Capital and RedSky Management, to campus as our first Distinguished Speaker of 2017. Ben graciously ...
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Fidel has Passed on, Now What for Cuba and Hospitality? (Part One)

With the death of Fidel Castro, Cuba has the opportunity for a fully invested relationship with the United States. Obviously, this projected relationship depends on the policies ushered forward jointly between Raul Castro and ...
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Songdo, Korea: Day 3

On December 19-22, 2016, Second-Year Baker students visited Seoul, South Korea to participate in the program’s inaugural intercontinental real estate trek.  Having completed an exciting, revised curriculum that highlights the importance of the global ...
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Seoul Korea: Day Two

With an exciting revised curriculum which highlights the importance of global real estate, second year Baker students participated in the first intercontinental real estate trek from December 19- 22, 2016. For this inaugural intercontinental ...
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Seoul, Korea: Day One

On December 19-22, 2016, Second-Year Baker students visited Seoul, South Korea to participate in the program’s inaugural intercontinental real estate trek.  Having completed an exciting, revised curriculum that highlights the importance of the global ...
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DSS Wrap-Up: Tom Murcott Presents Songdo IBD

Tom Murcott of Gale International visited the Baker Program in Real Estate on December 1, 2016 to speak at the weekly Distinguished Speaker Series. His presentation was met with great anticipation, as he is ...
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Christopher Albanese: Strategy Behind the Albanese Organization and Green Development

Christopher Albanese, President of the Albanese Organization, visited the Baker Program in Real Estate last week to offer insights to students and faculty by way of the Distinguished Speaker Series. During his time at ...
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A New Housing Crisis? How US cities are building far too little to meet demand

With towers that reach toward the sky and people brushing quickly past each other on the streets, the life and lights of our cities may be the very heartbeat of America. For many, the ...
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