The men, with one or two exceptions, were all wearing the Manhattan working uniform of a dark blue shirt and black slacks.
My core intent was to predict when two speed dating participants will express interest in exchanging contact with one another, assuming that one had data on them from previous similar events.
One or two of the women were actually bouncing up and down on the sofa cushions.
The man talking to the woman at table number three spilled his beer on her lap. ” At another table, a very young and blonde man named David asked his date why she signed up for the evening. “A lot of my friends have boyfriends that they have known since high school, and they are engaged or already married, and I’m still single and I’m like — ahhhh.” Kailynn stood to the side, by the bar that ran across one wall of the room.
He worked as a consultant in the Africa Division of the World Bank before joining Columbia Business School in 1999.
His research covers a range of topics, including the impact of corporate social responsibility, the determinants of altruism and global corruption.