Renowned for his colorful, insightful business communications courses, Professor O’Rourke is a passionate, voracious reader.
Finance Professor Robert Battalio is quoted in this Businessweek article about dark pools.
The Mendoza College of Business and Dean Roger Huang participated in a symposium at the Vatican that examined impact investing as a way to alleviate world poverty.
Federico Barquero Tefel and William Towns received the Mendoza graduate alumni awards for 2014.
Notre Dame Athletics Director Jack Swarbrick ’76 spoke to Mendoza graduate business alumni on May 19 at the Chicago Commons.
Gianna Bern, the academic director of the Master of Science in Finance program and an associate teaching professor of Finance, appeared on PBS Newshour to comment on the impact of the turmoil in Iraq on oil prices.
This Bloomberg article mentions Finance Professor Robert Battalio’s comments that he made to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on broker order routing.
The Wall Street Journal quotes Finance Professor Robert Battalio’s comments during the senate hearing on broker order routing.
The McClatchy Washington Bureau quotes testimony by Finance Professor Robert Battalio to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations about broker order routing.
The Wall Street Journal quotes Finance Professor Robert Battalio on broker order routing during the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
The Mendoza College of Business co-sponsored the "Investing in the Poor: How Impact Investing Can Serve the Common Good in Light of ’Evangelii Gaudium” held in Rome.
This CNBC article mentions Finance Professor Robert Battalio who will speak about high-speed trading to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
This New York Times article quotes Finance Professor Robert Battalio who will take part in a senate hearing about broker order routing.
Finance Professor Robert Battalio will be a guest speaker at a hearing on discount brokerages held by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation.
Mendoza College Dean Roger Huang is among the business and faith leaders gathering in Rome to discuss impact investing as a means for alleviating world poverty.
Marketing Professor John Sherry’s paper into how companies’ manage changing their market orientation recently won a major research award.