Chris Sinclair has received the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award for his many years organizing fund-raisers for groups benefitting children in need.
Ten Years Hence speaker Ellen Gustafson, founder and executive director of the 30 Project, discusses how well-intentioned U.S. food aid may be actually worsening global hunger.
For the second consecutive year, a team of Notre Dame MBA students won BYU’s social entrepreneurship case competition.
Retired Boys & Girls Clubs CEO Roxanne Spillett says dark days lie ahead for the United States unless it can reverse many worrying trends.
Notre Dame alums working for nonprofit organizations describe what having a social impact truly means during this Making a Living Making a Difference panel discussion.
Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist George Will spoke to a packed auditorium at the Mendoza College about the coming elections, the economy, health care and a number of other hot-button issues.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, Deloitte CEO Salzberg says a recommitment to integrity is the key to rebuilding both trust and the world economy itself
The McCloskey Business Plan Competition kicked off with Ideas Challenge, an enthusiastic and energetic elevator-pitch event. For ND entrepreneurs, there’s still time to enter the main competition.
The creator of the No. 1 Harry Potter fansite, when he was 12, touts research to entrepreneurship students
Jimmy John Liautaud, founder of the Jimmy John’s sandwich shops, told entrepreneurship students how he got his start.
Marketing department chair John Sherry joined a panel discussion on street art at South Bend’s Artpost gallery
A group from the Notre Dame MBA program raised nearly $3,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project with a charity walk to Lake Michigan.
Mercy Health System CEO Javon Bea says the law would be bad for society, but Mercy would flourish.
Increasing numbers of Notre Dame undergraduates are finding jobs and internships on Wall Street, thanks to the help from alum group Wall Street Leadership Committee.
Father Larry Snyder, president of Catholic Charities USA, says anti-poverty efforts need to go beyond providing a social safety net.
Money-saving techniques that help world’s poor would have to overcome “entrenched interests” here, says Gates Foundation officer
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels tells entrepreneurship students about his administration’s pro-business approach
The Kaufmann Foundation president and CEO says entrepreneurs can do what government stimulus programs haven’t
Dennis Boyle describes some of his firm’s many design firsts, including the computer mouse.
Former Notre Dame football player Chris Yura talks about founding SustainU
Shawn O’Grady explained the difficulties of living up to his company’s lofty ethical standards
In a Boardroom Insights lecture Erie Insurance CEO Terry Cavanaugh said good executives make mistakes and learn from them
Sustainability drives innovation and could help the economy recover, says CEO Fred Keller
Alice Martin, vice chair and chief people officer of NIBCO, Inc., explained how her company has weathered the recession.
Serial entrepreneur Neil Kane says people shouldn’t be afraid to take the plunge and start a business. There’s no better way to learn.
The pope also had a keen insight into how to end poverty, Andreas Widmer said.
Chase CEO Ryan McInerney (’97) explains why his bank is building branches while others are retrenching
GM CEO Danield Akerson talks about his company’s rebirth from bankruptcy
Speakers at the annual conference of the Center for the Study of Financial Regulation said high-frequency trading wasn’t to blame for the Flash Crash.
Tech and marketing guru Guy Kawasaki mixed humor with practical advice during a talk at the Mendoza College of Business on April 14, 2011.