Mendoza College benefactor Tom Mendoza joins a panel of business leaders for a conversation with Forbes.
Faculty in the Media
Emerson Spartz, ND alum and pre-teen Mugglenet entrepreneur, speaks to Forbes about the science of virality.
Why "don't embarrass us" isn't good enough for an ethics code. Management professor Joe Holt discusses what companies should strive for in a posting for the Security Traders Association.
"Companies have woken up to what their role is in society," Jozef Henriquez, Inter-American Development Bank executive, said during his Ten Years Hence lecture on April 17. Story from The Observer.
Wolf & Shepherd takes top prize at the McCloskey Business Plan Competition.
Finance Prof. Gianna Bern weighs in on Iran's return to the international marketplace for the Washington Post.
Posting pics of strangers and mocking them online? See what ethics expert Adam Kronk has to say in Men's Health.
Marketplace Tech website quotes marketing Prof. Carol Phillips about Pinterest.
A new paper by finance Prof. Zhi Da finds that residential electricity usage can track household production in real time and helps to price assets.
Bloomberg View highlights research by finance Professor Martijn Cremers.
Malpass ('84 and MBA '86) will receive an honorary doctoral degree on May 3.
Barry Salzberg will address students from five master's programs on May 16.
Management Prof. Tim Judge talks to The New York Times about the liability of introversion in political leadership.
The Observer covers management Adjunct Professor Christopher Stevens' keynote address at the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Leadership Symposium.
Finance Prof. Barry Keating tells NBC News that FCC's approval of net neutrality rules will create a "price-fixing arrangement."
The Observer covers "Ten Years Hence" lecture by Michael Schierl, a businessman who sees impact investing as a promising path for the Catholic church.
The Observer: Sr. Helen Alford, economics professor at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, kicks off “Ten Years Hence” lecture series.
Finance Professor Paul Schultz comments to Newsweek on the Financial Stability Oversight Council's ability (or inability) to predict future financial crises.
The Observer covers Mendoza's Ethics Week lecture by Joan Dubinsky, director of the United Nations Ethics Office.
The Observer covers Ethics Week lecture by Jerry Carter '88, vice president of tax and international finance at IDEX Corporation.
Chief Investment Officer website quotes research by Finance Professor Martijn Cremers about the effects of passive investing flushing out closet indexers.
The keys are relationships, engagement and authenticity, management Associate Professor Matt Bloom writes for The Conversation website.
The Observer previews the seventh annual Undergraduate Women in Business Conference, February 13 and 14.
Active investors are the hidden beneficiaries of the rise of index funds, writes Reuters columnist James Saft in discussing new research by finance Prof. Martijn Cremers.
Finance Professor Paul Schultz recently commented on the DOJ investigation of Moody's rating service for Sputnick News.
Slate.com highlights research by finance professors Sophie Shive and Margaret Forster in story about economist Joseph Stiglitz.
Bloomberg Business discusses problems with workers moving from government regulatory jobs to banks and vice versa; quotes finance professors Sophie Shive and Margaret Forster.
Reuters interviews Mendoza Finance Professor Robert Battalio, who testified before the U.S. Senate in June about discount brokers who fail to give best possible prices to smaller clients.
Business ethics Prof. Georges Enderle participates in a panel discussion about Notre Dame’s moral responsibility to support international workers’ rights and freedom of association. Story from The Observer.
Musk says that 'nanomanging' works for him, but Mendoza managment Prof. F. Asis Martinez-Jerez tells Fortune that tight managment controls lowers innovation in workers.