Start by examining how much control you actually have in your position, says Charlice Hurst, assistant management professor at Mendoza.
There is currently a high-stakes showdown between Apple and the FBI on the proper balancing of privacy and security concerns. At issue is the question whether Apple should have to create a tool that will help the FBI to break the passcode of a known and deceased terrorist’s iPhone and extract data from the device (which may or may not contain evidence of collaboration in an earlier attack or planning for future attacks). I’d like to lay out the basic facts and the main argument on each side, and to invite you to reflect on where you stand.…
You'll feel better about yourself, and your talents, when you slap on some brand names, according to marketing professor Frank Germann.
Two entrepreneurial ventures with ties to the University of Notre Dame advanced to the semifinal round of the prestigious Cupid’s Cup 2016, a national competition started by Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank. The two ventures are part of a field of just 12 semifinalists selected from more than 200 original entries representing 98 colleges and universities nationwide.…
The conference, A Global Compact for Sustainable Development: Advancing Care for Our Common Home, will take place April 3 and 4.
New York Times article centers around research by accountancy professor James Seida.
Larry Katzen, former managing partner at Arthur Andersen, discussed the accounting firm's collapse as part of Ethics Week at the Mendoza College of Business.
Yes, drafting a celeb to endorse a product can pay off, says Mendoza marketing professor Frank Germann.
Junior Cassidy McDonald to go on assignment with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicholas Kristof.
Junior Cassidy McDonald of Madison, Wisconsin, is this year’s winner of NYT Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Nicholas Kristof’s annual “Win A Trip with Nick” contest. She will spend the summer traveling with Kristof to a developing country to raise awareness of neglected global issues.
The cost of reaching 1,000 people is about $50, explains Frank Germann, assistant professor of marketing.
Management professor James O'Rourke IV weighs in on MetLife's decision on whether to keep Snoopy and the Peanuts as the company plans to sell, spin off or divest to investors in a public offering.
Plunging oil prices mean layoffs, restructurings and consolidation, Mendoza College global energy expert Gianna Bern tells the Associated Press.