Marketing Professor Kevin Bradford is interviewed on WGN Chicago about ways gun makers can keep guns away from criminals.
Marketing Professor Kevin D. Bradford wrote the following CNN article about how gun manufacturers can help keep guns out of the hands of criminals.
This article in the Manila Times was written by Fr. Oliver Williams, Director of the Center for Ethics and Religious Values. It discusses the growing number of companies who are seeking the common good.
A new initiative will help Mendoza College alumnae find opportunities to serve on corporate and nonprofit boards.
Management Professor Tim Judge’s research is cited in this Tribune article about how being nice doesn’t always translate into being better rewarded.
This Live Science article discusses Marketing Professor Kevin Bradford’s research on how guns were used in violent crimes and what kinds of safeguards gun manufacturers had in place for distribution.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in CNN.com article about Japan’s effort to re-inflate their economy.
Business careers in nonprofit organizations will be the topic of a panel discussion at the Mendoza College of Business.
This Bloomberg Businessweek article quotes Finance Professor Benjamin Golez about the closing price of Apple stock.
The University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business received 9.04 stars (out of 10) in the Graduateprograms.com rankings of the Top 25 Business School graduate programs.
This WNDU.com article quotes Marketing Professor Kevin Bradford about a study that shows it may be essential to safeguard the distribution process of guns as well.
The 2013 Ten Years Hence Lecture Series features experts in a broad range of fields and interests exploring the issues, ideas and trends likely to affect business and society in the next 10 years.
The US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with Wells Fargo and the Mendoza School of Business will host the first Chamber Training Institute.
Management Professor James O’Rourke is quoted in this Fox 28 article about reputation and public image.
This Barron’s article quotes Finance Professor Martijn Cremers about “active share”, a measure that predicts fund manager performance.
Finance Professor Martijn Cremers is quoted in this Wall Street Journal article about finding the best mutual-fund manager.
The Notre Dame Career Development Office and MBAA will host a networking event in Chicago on January 25 for alumni and area recruiters.
Patrick Perrella, director of ND MBA Career Development, was named the recipient of the Shea Award for his efforts to promote club growth and ND-recruiter relations.
This South Bend Tribune article features the new master’s degree program for individuals who earned a bachelor’s degree in the sciences, liberal arts or other non-business disciplines.
The new Master of Science in Business program is featured in this Inside Indiana Business article.
The Mendoza College will offer a new graduate business degree program for individuals with non-business bachelor’s degrees and little or no work experience.