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Highly loss-averse managers had a 36 percent likelihood of being fired, according to new research by Andriy Bodnaruk, assistant finance professor.
WSBT TV in South Bend interviews Chris Stevens, adjunct management professor, about his efforts to help a local firefighter battling brain cancer.
The Guardian quotes finance Professor Andriy Bodnaruk on his recent research.
The Chicago Tribune's Blue Sky Innovation reports on Mendoza students' trip to Deloitte to learn about innovation.
This Wall Street Journal article cites research by Management Professor J. Michael Crant that shows making excuses on the job hurts personal credibility.
Mendoza management Assistant Professor Craig Crossland speaks to Marketplace about CEOs from around the world.
Comments by the former Federal Reserve economist appear in multiple media outlets.
Consumer Affairs website highlights research by finance Assistant Professor Andriy Bodnaruk.
Mendoza finance professor's research shows mutual fund managers aren't able to pick outperfoming stocks any better than private investors.
The Globe and Mail features newly published research by Andriy Bodnaruk, finance assistant professor.
The Atlantic highlights research by finance Assistant Professor Andriy Bodnaruk.
GoingConcern.com highlights accountancy Assistant Professor Jennifer Stevens and her research into the labor market for accountants.
Kaitlin Wowak, assistant professor of management says General Motors and Toyota Motor Corp. brands will suffer due to recent recalls by both companies.
Investment group selects Finance Prof. Cremers research into emerging market investing for academic award.
Marketing Professor Tonya Williams Bradford examines gift registries as part of a larger set of wedding rituals, and the implications of retailers playing a central role.