Serial entrepreneur Gary Gigot said he is worried about another tech bubble
Business journalist Marc Gunther says religious groups would be a logical choice to lead the fight against global climate change.
David Stangis, Campbell Soup’s vice president of social responsibility and sustainability, told students what it takes to do his job.
Eleven well-known companies described their committment to the United Nations Global Compact at a major conference held at Notre Dame.
Execs from McDonald’s, Bank of America, other major corporations to speak at Notre Dame Diversity Conference
Students in an MBA Interterm class offered ideas on how to help save the Great Lakes
Monsanto exec says food production will have to double in the next 40 years to meet population projections for the world
Economist Nenad Pacek predicts developing nations will lead the world in growth for the next several years
Jeffrey Hollender, founder of Seventh Generation products, says taxes, incentives and regulations encourage businesses to behave the ‘wrong way’
Notre Dame accountancy professor Bill Nichols says no consensus exists yet about how to measure and report sustainability.
Peter Senge, author The Fifth Discipline, says current global production and delivery systems are unsustainable.
Barbara J. Krumsiek, CEO and president of Calvert Group, Ltd., presented a Ten Years Hence talk on Jan. 28, 2011.
Net Impact founder Mark Albion discussed "Leadership for the Greater Good.”
Notre Dame’s undergraduate and graduate programs both ranked fourth in the most recent survey of the nation’s top 25 accountancy programs.
The United States is transitioning from “shareholder capitalism” to “stakeholder capitalism,” says social entrepreneur Jay Coen Gilbert.
Marketing Professor John F. Sherry Jr.’s article on American Girl dolls wins Davidson Honorable Mention Award from the Journal of Retailing
A study found that earnings restatements aren’t stock-price poison if company insiders were buying up stock during the suspect period
Students in the Foresight in Business and Society course had plenty to report about the future at their end-of-semester poster presentation
Students in the Foresight in Business and Society course presented more than 60 posters at their end-of-semester event. Here are highlights from seven.
One of the lessons of the first 30 years of microfinance is that too much credit is bad for everyone, including poor people, an expert says.
The chairwoman of the global travel and hospitality company Carlson shared simple, blunt advice from her father at the final Berges Lecture of 2010
Elevator maker KONE Inc. showed that a company can become more ethical and more profitable at the same time, even during a recession
CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton describes how the recently passed sweeping financial regulation will affect financial markets, particularly OTC trading.
In a talk on campus, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Thomas Friedman, author of “The World is Flat,” warned that Americans need to return to “sustainable values.”
Forecasting was the focus of the annual conference of the Review of Accounting Studies, hosted at Mendoza Oct. 22-23, 2010