Notre Dame MBA students took first place for their proposal on a real-life case from a company that educates local entrepreneurs.
The research of management professors Ante Glavas and Ed Conlon showing that LEED-certified bank branches perform better is cited in this American Banker article.
Teams of Notre Dame MBA students took first, second and third places in the 2012 Arthur W. Page Society Case-Writing Competition in Corporate Communication.
Business on the Frontlines, an innovative Notre Dame MBA course, sent student teams to four countries to learn about restarting economies in war- or conflict-torn countries.
The Notre Dame MBA program was among the most improved schools in the U.S. News & World Report 2013 survey of “Best Graduate Schools.”
This Sustainable Business article discusses research by management professors Ed Conlon and Ante Glavas on bank branches that were built to meet sustainability standards also had better financial performance.
This Central Valley Business Times article mentions Management Professor Daewon Sun’s research on devices that operate in two-sided markets.
The Mendoza College of Business No. 1 ranking for the third consecutive year is featured in this Observer article.
Mendoza College of Business ranked No. 1 in the country for the third consecutive year in Bloomberg Businessweek’s seventh annual survey of “The Best Undergraduate Business Schools.”
For the third straight year, the University of Notre Dame has taken the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of the nation’s best undergraduate business schools.
For the third year in a row, the Mendoza College of Business claims the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of undergraduate business schools.
For the third consecutive year, the Mendoza College claimed the top spot on Bloomberg Businessweek’s annual ranking of undergraduate business schools.
The annual Notre Dame McCloskey Business Plan Competition advances 12 semifinalist teams to the final event in April.
A company’s decision about what to do with a large cash holding can provide some clues into its leadership philosophy.
Finance Professor Hayong Yun is quoted in this FOX Business article about Apple’s dividends.
This CNN article about Encyclopedia Britannica stopping production of their encyclopedias was written by Management professor Jim O’Rourke.
Dean Cycon, founder of Dean’s Beans, will discuss how a business can be socially responsible and profitable, too.
This PayScale article discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about ambitious people.
Notre Dame MBA moved up 10 slots to No. 27 on U.S. News’ survey of top business schools, earning the accolade of being one of the “most improved” b-schools. The survey of 441 schools also ranked ND Accountancy 17th.
The Notre Dame MBA earns a No. 25 ranking in U.S. News & World Report ranking of Best Graduate Business Schools.
This Huffington Post article discusses U.S. News & World Report ranking of Best Graduate Business Schools where The Notre Dame MBA program earned a No. 25 rating.
This MSNBC.com article discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about ambitious people.
Management Professor Tim Judge is quoted in this Fox News article on his research about ambitious people being unhappy and not living as long.
Marketing Professor Carol Phillips is quoted in this AdAge article about Chipotle’s marketing to millennials.
This CNN article discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on how ambitious people are likely to be wealthy high achievers but aren’t necessarily happier.
This Bloomberg Businessweek article and slideshow takes a look at what it’s like to be an MBA through the eyes of two students.
The Fifth Annual Notre Dame MBA Diversity Conference will explore issues in defining “diversity in the workplace,” including dealing with organizational change and how companies can celebrate differences.
This Fortune/CNN.com article, discusses Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about ambitious people, success and happiness.
Management Professor Tim Judge’s research about ambitious people is discussed in this International Business Times article.
Carolyn Woo, former dean, is interviewed by Forbes about her recent transition, management lessons and insights, her top priorities in moving CRS forward.