The research of finance professors Tim Loughran and Robert Battalio is cited in this TheStreet.com article.
Tax Assistance Program centers throughout the local area will open Feb. 11 to offer help to low-income taxpayers.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Fox Business article about Facebook’s IPO.
Ongoing research by Accountancy Professors Brad Badertscher, Jeff Burks and Peter Easton indicates fair value is getting a bum rap from those in banking circles.
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Marketing Professor Pat Murphy is quoted in this South Bend Tribune article about the changes in pricing and marketing taking place at J.C. Penney’s.
In this InvestorPlace.com article, Brad A. Badertscher, CFA, assistant professor of accountancy, explains the finer points of the tax debate and what it means for stockholders of all sizes.
In this MBA Admissions: Strictly Business column, the Notre Dame MBA Business on the Frontlines is mentioned as an innovative course offering.
Assistant Accountancy Professor Brad Badertscher explains how the tax code sets lower rates on income earned through private equity.
Ann Tenbrunsel, Professor of Business Ethics, discusses her book “Blind Spots: Why We Fail to do What’s Right and What to do About it.”
Assistant Accountancy Professor Brad Badertscher is quoted in the LA Times column Politics Now about tax sheltering in the private equity industry.
This IT Business Edge article quotes Management Professor John D’Arcy about the Zappos response strategy to its data breach.
Hactivist attacks are on the rise, and the focus is shifting to include political causes, says ND Expert John D’Arcy.
Finance Professor Matt Cain’s research on mergers and acquisitions transaction-related litigation is discussed in this Thomson Reuters News & Insight article.
Management Professor John D’Arcy is quoted in this Network World article about Zappos data breach response.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Crain’s Chicago Business article about Andrew Mason, CEO of the newly public company, Groupon.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this CNN article on how the eurozone downgrades will impact interest rates.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand doesn’t expect a big reaction to the credit downgrade of major European countries because the markets had anticipated the change.
The 2012 Ten Years Hence Speaker Series examines the concept of social innovation in a variety of areas.
Leo Burke, director of Integral Leadership Programs, describes the Global Commons Initiative in this article published in the Winter 2012 edition of Notre Dame Magazine.