Finance Prof. Rich Sheehan talks to ND News about his interest in sports economics.
Faculty in the Media
Do we need the NYSE? Finance Prof. Robert Battalio discusses what we learned from the recent outage in this NPR interview.
Mendoza business reputation expert James O'Rourke IV tells Fox 28 News that he'd be shocked if Fogle ever appears in another Subway ad.
Chris Stevens '74, management adjunct professor, to receive the Harvey G. Foster Award for service to those in need.
"It takes mental effort to keep to our goals, and over time, we get tired and are less conscientious," says marketing Associate Prof. Tim Gilbride.
Research by marketing Associate Prof. Timothy Gilbride shows the likelihood of an unplanned purchase can be as much as 9.6% higher toward the end of the trip.
Viva Bartkus, associate professor of management, is recognized for work with Army in stabilizing post-conflict countries.
In an opinion piece for CNN, finance Prof. Richard Sheehan says the answer to changing FIFA is to close the "money spigots."
NBC News: "Sepp Blatter is Roger Goodell on steroids," said Richard Sheehan, a business professor at the University of Notre Dame who researches banking and the economics of sports — comparing Blatter to the all-powerful NFL commissioner.
Can the USPS save itself? Management Prof. James O'Rourke talks to NPR about what it would take.
The Wall Street Journal interviews Adam Kronk, director of the Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, about the Center's annual forum.
Hong Guo, assistant professor of Information Systems for the Mendoza College of Business, writes for The Conversation website.
The Mendoza College of Business expands its Michigan Avenue Campus for graduate and executive business programs.
Vennli, a South Bend marketing firm, received the Tech Services Award for IT to Support Go-to-Market during TechPoint’s 16th Annual Mira Awards Gala in Indianapolis.
A failure to anticipate an ethical decision makes men and women more likely to lie or cheat. Scientific American interviews ethics expert and management Prof. Ann Tenbrunsel.
Executive MBA team parlays homework assignment into rampant online fundraiser.
Mendoza MGT Prof. Ann Tenbrunsel, an expert in behavioral ethics, helped conduct a survey of the US and UK finance industry to find out if anything has changed since the 2007-2008 fall. The Financial Times reports.
Concept first popularized in 2009 to identify active managers who were really ‘closet indexers.' Wall Street Journal quotes finance Professor Martijn Cremers.
Surviving at the federal poverty level is impossible, Mendoza marketing Professor Georges Enderle tells WSBT-TV.
Reuters quotes finance Professional Specialist Jerry Langley, who is confident new McDonald's CEO can turn the ship.
A 1992 Mendoza accountancy graduate, Counsell was born in South Bend and played baseball for the Irish.
Men’s footwear sleek enough for Wall Street? Comfortable enough for city walking? High-performance enough for skateboarding? Yes, says McCloskey Business Plan Competition winner.
When it comes to the new royal daughter, pink means green, says Mendoza marketing expert Tonya Bradford.
The business strategy software company with ties to Mendoza won TechPoint’s 16th annual Mira Awards, for the best of tech in Indiana.
Bloomberg Business interviews finance associate teaching professor Gianna Bern about international brands entering Iran's marketplace.
CNBC covers research by Mendoza finance professor Zhi Da.
Apple's tradition of masterful storytelling is crucial for its smartwatch success, Mendoza Visiting Professor of Marketing Brett T. Robinson tells E-Commerce Times.
Despite obstacles to access, Mendoza accountancy professors Brad Badertscher, Jeffrey Burks and Peter Easton discover patterns and subsequent implications about the release of FDIC "call reports."
CFA Institute Magazine interviews Elizabeth Tuleja, associate management professor and international communication expert, about the implications of cultural misunderstandings in international business.
Research by finance Professor Zhi Da shows that the growth rate in industrial electricity usage negatively predicts next one-year stock market returns.