Alice Martin, vice chair and chief people officer of NIBCO, Inc., explained how her company has weathered the recession.
Finance Professor Richard Sheehan, who specializes in the economics of sports, says there are three fundamental issues to consider in terms of reaching an agreement between NBA owners and players.
The Ideas Challenge, the annual kick-off event for the Notre Dame Business Plan Competition, drew a record number of would-be entrepreneurs.
In this Business Insider article Professor Ann Tenbrunsel gives her negotiation advice to the debt super committee who are challenged with cutting at least $1.2 trillion from the federal deficit.
Serial entrepreneur Neil Kane says people shouldn’t be afraid to take the plunge and start a business. There’s no better way to learn.
This U.S. News and World Report University Directory article mentions the Notre Dame MBA No. 4 worldwide ranking in the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes.
The Notre Dame MBA won the case competition sponsored by the National Association of Women MBAs, beating out five other schools.
In this Inside Higher Ed’s Academic Minute interview, Finance Professor Matthew Cain reveals how a thrill-seeking personality translates into the business world.
The following article on Fox28.com quotes Management Professor Jim O’Rourke about the Postal Service cutting jobs and closing branches.
Notre Dame MBA moves up to fourth place in Beyond Grey Pinstripes, an in-depth ranking of the school’s teaching and research pertaining to business and society.
In the blog by Amy Zipkin, Management Professor Adam Wowak is quoted about his research on CEOs with the highest salaries receiving the largest raises.
The pope also had a keen insight into how to end poverty, Andreas Widmer said.
MBA students from the Mendoza College of Business compete for prizes and bragging rights in a nine-week, fantasy stock and currency trading competition.
Adam Wowak, assistant professor of management, is quoted in this Inside INdiana Business article about CEOs with the highest salaries being more vulnerable to dismissal if they make mistakes.
The following ABC News article quotes Paul Schultz, the director of the Center for the Study of Financial Regulation, about federal regulations on businesses.
Notre Dame researcher Adam Wowak found that ‘overpaid’ CEOs tend to get the biggest raises.
Chase CEO Ryan McInerney (’97) explains why his bank is building branches while others are retrenching
The following Business Insider article mentions the research by Management Professor Adam Wowak on the relationship between CEO pay and performance over a decade.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this CNN Money article on BRIC nations buying the debt of troubled European countries.
The Notre Dame MBA has been named “military friendly school” for its continued support of service personnel and veterans as students.
This Human Resource Executive article discusses Management Professor Timothy Judge’s research on how agreeable workers earn significantly lower incomes than less agreeable ones.
Management Professor Timothy Judge is quoted in this Chicago Sun-Times article on how agreeable workers earn significantly lower incomes than less agreeable ones.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in the South Bend Tribune article about whether consumer behavior changed after the September 11th attacks.
GM CEO Danield Akerson talks about his company’s rebirth from bankruptcy
Boardroom Insights gets under way with GM CEO Daniel Akerson presenting first talk.
This Chronicle of Higher Education article discusses Management Professor Timothy Judge’s research on how agreeable workers earn significantly lower incomes than less agreeable ones.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this South Bend Tribune article on what he thinks should be in Obama’s jobs plan.
Management Professor Mike Mannor is quoted in The Street about the new iPhone launch with new Apple CEO Tim Cook.
This Macleans article discusses the new study co-authored by Finance Professor Matt Cain on whether pilots make better corporate leaders.
This Voice of America article discusses Management Professor Timothy Judge’s research on how agreeable workers earn significantly lower incomes than less agreeable ones.