Javier Palomarez, CEO of the nation’s largest Hispanic business group, will serve as speaker for the Mendoza College Graduate Programs Commencement.
Due to the increased growth in undergraduate enrollment in the business college, the University of Notre Dame will cap the number of undergraduate students admitted to the Mendoza College of Business.
For the second year, former and current NFL players gathered at Notre Dame for a four-day conference focused on entrepreneurship and investing for impact.
Peter Woo, a senior finance student at Mendoza College, received the Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) 2014 Richard J. Wood Student Community Commitment Award.
Finance Professors Tim Loughran and Bill McDonald are mentioned in this Quartz article about their forthcoming paper on the length of annual reports.
The Wall Street Journal Online mentions research by Finance Professors Tim Loughran and Bill McDonald on the size of annual reports.
John Veihmeyer, Notre Dame accountancy alum and member of the Mendoza College of Business Advisory Council, will take over as the global chairman of KPMG International.
John Sherry, the Herrick Professor and Chair of the Department of Marketing, co-authored this article in Businessweek about companies trying to reinvent themselves.
This CNBC article quotes Management Professor Kaitlin Wowak on Mary Barra’s comments to consumers regarding GM’s recall.
Paul Velasco, Director of Executive Education, is quoted in this U.S. News & World Report article about professionals from the information technology field drawn to EMBA programs.
This PRWeb article mentions a study conducted by Management Professor Timothy Judge using Stay Metrics survey data to analyzed driver.
CNN Money quotes Management Professor Kaitlin Wowak on GM’s recall.
This Los Angeles Times article quotes Management Professor Kaitlin Wowak on GM’s recall.
Management Professor Kaitlin Wowak is quoted in this Bloomberg article about General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s message to consumers.
The annual Making a Living Making a Difference Series showcases experts who discuss how to have a career that accomplishes both challenges.
Finance Professor Martijn Cremers’ research examining fund manager activity and market performance is discussed in this Financial Times article.
The Notre Dame MBA ranked No. 23 on the just-released USN&WR survey of best graduate business programs.
Dan Hesse (ND, ’75) CEO of Sprint and his wife are giving $3 million to the University of Notre Dame and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Thanks to the strength of the ND alumni network, ND MBA earned a global ranking of No. 6 for “potential to network” on The Economist survey of top business schools.
Reuters quotes Visiting Assistant Marketing Professor and author of Appletopia Brett Robinson on Apple’s new CFO.
This South Bend Tribune article features a web-based software company that was co-founded by Marketing Professor Joe Urbany and alumnus and benefactor Gary Gigot.
Southwest Airlines’ in-flight magazine, Spirit, interviewed Leo Burke, director of the Global Commons Initiative, about the Global Commons Initiative and the importance of being mindful of the outside world.