Professor Jim O’Rourke, Director of The Eugene D. Fanning Center for Business Communication, comments on several PR disasters, including Apple’s “Antennagate” and Johnson & Johnson’s product recalls.
Lewis University just outside of Chicago awarded Carolyn Woo with an honorary doctorate, her third.
Students in the Foresight in Business and Society course had plenty to report about the future at their end-of-semester poster presentation
Students in the Foresight in Business and Society course presented more than 60 posters at their end-of-semester event. Here are highlights from seven.
On Friday, the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business announced a $10 million gift from Kenneth R. Meyer to fund annual fellowships for MBA students.
A University of Notre Dame alumnus, Ken Meyer, has donated $10 million to fund master’s of business administration fellowships.
Kenneth R. Meyer, retired chairman and chief executive officer of Lincoln Capital Management Co., has made a $10 million gift to the University of Notre Dame to fund fellowships for the master’s of business administration program.
John D’Arcy, IT Management Associate Professor, is quoted in this article about how leaks are a threat to companies and governments
The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is mentioned in the column by ND alum Tim Berry, founder of Palo Alto Software, published Dec. 8 on businessinsider.com.
University of Notre Dame alumnus Kenneth Meyer has donated $10 million to his alma mater to fund master’s of business administration fellowships.
Funding totaling $20 million will be directed toward MBA fellowships beginning with the 2011-2012 academic year.
Dr. Carolyn Woo, dean of the business college at the University of Notre Dame, talked about the nation’s ethical line slipping Nov. 11 in the Sky Room of the McCombs Center at the University of the Incarnate Word.
One of the lessons of the first 30 years of microfinance is that too much credit is bad for everyone, including poor people, an expert says.
The following article mentions Finance Professor Matt Cain’s paper on buyouts with management participation.
An advertising campaign that educates consumers about the bottled water industry and its environmental impact wins the 2010 EthicMark Award.
Representatives from the Mendoza College will be among those participating in the NASDAQ closing bell ceremony on the eve of the Notre Dame-Army football game.
The chairwoman of the global travel and hospitality company Carlson shared simple, blunt advice from her father at the final Berges Lecture of 2010
Elevator maker KONE Inc. showed that a company can become more ethical and more profitable at the same time, even during a recession
The Notre Dame MBA program earned high marks for career services and faculty teaching in the just-released ranking.
Bergstrand’s research shows that the typical free trade agreement between two countries boosts both countries’ trade by about 100 percent over 10 years time from implementation.
The job market for 2010 MBA graduates made a slow but steady recovery this year, beginning to rebound from one of the worst MBA hiring seasons in recent history.
CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton describes how the recently passed sweeping financial regulation will affect financial markets, particularly OTC trading.
In a talk on campus, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Thomas Friedman, author of “The World is Flat,” warned that Americans need to return to “sustainable values.”
Notre Dame MBA took first place over nine other b-schools in the Maryland mergers and acquisitions case competition.
CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton spoke at the Mendoza College about the impact of the Dodd-Frank law on financial trading.
The following article from the Wall Street Journal mentions Mike Burns, MBA ’09
This article about negative political ads was written by Marketing Professor John Gaski
This article posted on Triple Pundit mentions Notre Dame Management Professor Ante Glavas and his research into whether sustainability affects employee attitudes.
Bart Chilton, a commissioner with the government agency that oversees financial rulemaking, will talk about Wall Street reform and other current financial issues.
Forecasting was the focus of the annual conference of the Review of Accounting Studies, hosted at Mendoza Oct. 22-23, 2010