This Wall Street Journal article examines new research by finance professors Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin into potential conflicts of interest surrounding trading exchange rebates.
A group of ND alums working for architect Robert A.M. Stern took on a creative holiday project: recreating the Stayer Center out of gingerbread.
As the Christmas season approaches, Dean Roger Huang offers his favorite Advent Reflection.
TEDxUND 2014 will bring together students, faculty and alumni from across campus to share innovative ideas in diverse topics.
Finance Professor Martijn Cremers’ new research into staggered boards is discussed in this Wall Street Journal Money Beat column.
Local television station WNDU interviews Management Professor Fr. Oliver Williams experiences with Nelson Mandela during his work on the National Advisory Council to U.S. companies.
Martijn Cremers, Pengjie (Paul) Gao, Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin recently won Q awards for their academic research projects with potential applications in investment management.
Kaitlin Wowak’s study examining how companies manage food recalls won a research award from the Decision Sciences Institute.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran discusses Snapchat’s rejection of Facebook’s bid and what it signals for the market.
Notre Dame MBA and corporate partner Coca-Cola select the top three winners of the Mini Deep-Dive Challenge online case competition.
Father Oliver Williams’ new book provides a comprehensive look at corporate social responsibility and how CSR might change the world for the better.
This Associated Press article quotes Finance Professor Tim Loughran about tech IPOs.
Marketing Professor John Sherry discusses his research into tailgating as a cultural ritual in this New York Times article.
The Notre Dame EMBA ranked No. 15 among the nation’s top programs in the just-released Bloomberg Businessweek survey.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran comments on the long-awaited Twitter IPO and the markets’ reaction in this USA Today article.
To explore the multitude of issues facing the global capital markets today, some 900 University of Notre Dame alumni in the money management business have been invited to the Notre Dame Investments Conference.
A video presentation of the stained glass windows of the St. Matthew Chapel in the Stayer Center for Executive Education.
Teams of Notre Dame MBA and ESTEEM students took first and third against UT-Dallas in the recent AT&T Case Competition.
Participants in the annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition compete for prizes worth more than $300,000, but the real value is what they gain in expert advice and mentorship.
Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference hosted NYT columnist and author David Bornstein as the keynote speaker for its annual event.
The Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference will gather hundreds of entrepreneurs, experts and students during the three-day event.
Visiting marketing professor Brett Robinson is quoted in this ABC News article on how BlackBerry could turnaround its business.
The Financial Times quotes Management Professor Brian Proffitt about BlackBerry’s struggles.
Management Professor Brian Proffitt is quoted in Technology Digital about BlackBerry and its competitors.
This ABC News article quotes visiting marketing professor Brett Robinson on the BlackBerry sale.
Visiting marketing professor Brett Robinson is quoted in this Forbes article on BlackBerry’s strategy.
The Washington Post quotes Management Professor Brian Proffitt on Blackberry being acquired by Fairfax.
Management Professor Tim Judge is quoted in this Forbes article about his research on being “disagreeable” in the workplace.
CNN interviews visiting marketing professor Brett Robinson about the new iPhone 5.
Visiting Marketing Professor Brett Robinson writes an op ed piece in the LA Times about Apple.