Jimmy John Liautaud, founder of the Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches franchise, will describe how he rose to success from a modest start in a converted garage when he was just 19 years old.
In this Inside Indiana Business article and interview, Finance Professor Rich Sheehan talks about how the NFL needs to work out a deal with the referees.
This Inside Indiana Business article talks about Management Professor Tim Judge’s study on how work environment may have less to do with stress than an individual’s genetic code.
Tim Judge, professor of management, is quoted in this ScienceDaily article about how work stress could be because of your genes and not your employer.
Jerry Campagna, president, The Most Inc., and Adjunct Faculty, Nonprofit Executive Education is honored by Fifth Third Bank Chicago for his community leadership.
Notre Dame’s entrepreneurship center brings in a varied group of speakers for its fall lecture series
Mendoza College’s nonprofit graduate business will partner with Renmin University to offer new degree program starting in summer 2013.
This Las Vegas Sun article features sophomore business majors, Caitlin Crommett and Katie McElligott, and their DreamCatchers program that connects local students with hospices to grant final wishes of terminally ill patients.
Management Professor Corey Angst is quoted in this Medicalxpress.com article about his research on electronic medical records improving health care and cost efficiencies.
The recent ND Startup Weekend – an intense, 54-hour ‘thinkfest’ – drew more than 100 entrepreneurs pitching 40 ideas for new ventures.
Inside Higher Ed interviews Accounting Professor Jeff Burks about the rationale behind the practice known as mark to market accounting.
This article in Green Building Press discusses management professors Ed Conlon and Ante Glavas’s research on LEED rated buildings.
This International Business Times article discusses management professors Edward Conlon and Ante Glavas research on the sustainability and financial performance.
This PRWEb article discusses the research of management professors Ed Conlon and Ante Glavas which directly links corporate sustainability to financial performance.
The Fifth Annual Notre Dame MBA Diversity Conference explores what “differences” mean in the workplace, the role of differences in organizational change, and challenges of integrating a diverse organization.
This Sustainable Business article discusses research by management professors Ed Conlon and Ante Glavas on bank branches that were built to meet sustainability standards also had better financial performance.
This Central Valley Business Times article mentions Management Professor Daewon Sun’s research on devices that operate in two-sided markets.
Mendoza College of Business ranked No. 1 in the country for the third consecutive year in Bloomberg Businessweek’s seventh annual survey of “The Best Undergraduate Business Schools.”
For the third straight year, the University of Notre Dame has taken the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of the nation’s best undergraduate business schools.
The Fifth Annual Notre Dame MBA Diversity Conference will explore issues in defining “diversity in the workplace,” including dealing with organizational change and how companies can celebrate differences.
Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on how ambitious people don’t necessarily lead more successful lives is mentioned in this Huffington Post article.
This South Bend Tribune article discusses the fifth annual diversity conference.
The following article in the Portland Press Herald quotes Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand about manufacturing in America.
This South Bend Tribune article discusses Notre Dame Ethics Week.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this My Fox Boston article on Facebook’s estimated value.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is interviewed by WSBT News Radio about the Facebook IPO and its possible pitfalls.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is interviewed on Bloomberg TV about Facebook Inc.’s filing for an initial public offering,
This South Bend Tribune article discusses the Tax Assistance Program (TAP).
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.
Eric Musum (MNA, ’11)