Kaitlin Wowak, assistant professor of management says General Motors and Toyota Motor Corp. brands will suffer due to recent recalls by both companies.
For Hollywood stars, top acting honors translate to fame and notoriety, but not necessarily fortune, according to Timothy Judge, professor of management.
A new study co-authored by Management Professor Tim Judge finds that physical attractiveness plays a role in how an individual is treated at work.
Where you are and what you’re doing increasingly play key roles in how you search the Internet says Brian Proffitt, a technology expert and adjunct instructor of management .
Pope Francis will need a strategic vision for the Catholic Church that includes financial expertise and charismatic empathy, says Management Prof. James S. O’Rourke.
Troubled online coupon giant Groupon fired its quirky founder and CEO Andrew Mason clearly due to poor financial performance but his strange sense of humor and irreverent behavior didn’t do him any favors says Management Professor Tim Judge.
Marketing Professor Tonya Williams Bradford examines gift registries as part of a larger set of wedding rituals, and the implications of retailers playing a central role.
Sexual harassment is devastating in and of itself for its victims, but new research shows there can be an even more insidious and troubling consequence that goes along with it.
Finance Professor Richard Sheehan, who specializes in the economics of sports, says the NFL is wasting money and time on replacement officials.
Huge pre-game parking lot parties build community, nurture tradition and actually contribute to a university brand, says Notre Dame Marketing Professor John Sherry.
The U.S. Postal Service is vital and will have to become smaller, more efficient and more self-reliant in order to survive.
Active risk management policies in corporate financing, such as the use of hedging, lead to an increase in firm value, according to research co-authored by Hayong Yun.
The Mendoza College of Business received first-place rankings in ethics and sustainability in the 2012 Bloomberg Businessweek annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs by Specialty”.
Ambitious people may have prestigious careers and earn high salaries, but they don’t necessarily lead more successful lives according to Management Professor Tim Judge.
The proposed overhaul of the corporate tax structure may benefit U.S. manufacturers, but hurt multinationals.
Facebook filed its plans to raise $ 5 billion in an initial public offering (IPO) of stock, and Finance Professor Tim Loughran, a recognized IPO expert, calls it a “brilliant move.”
Assistant Accountancy Professor Brad Badertscher explains how the tax code sets lower rates on income earned through private equity.
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.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand says the recent EU fiscal summit failed to accomplish the significant measures needed to spur economic growth.
Researchers Zhi Da and Paul Gao examine the relationship between the use of Google and stock values.
Finance Professor Richard Sheehan, who specializes in the economics of sports, says there are three fundamental issues to consider in terms of reaching an agreement between NBA owners and players.
Notre Dame researcher Adam Wowak found that ‘overpaid’ CEOs tend to get the biggest raises.
The kind of risk-seeking behavior that motivates certain people to fly personal aircraft may also make them effective corporate leaders, according to a new study co-authored by Finance Professor Matt Cain.
This article features Management Professor Timothy Judge’s research that women need to approach workplace issues such as pay differently than men.
New research shows that women need to approach workplace issues such as pay differently than men.
Management Professor Jim O’Rourke describes the actions News Corp. will need to take to survive the phone-hacking scandal.
Tenbrunsel’s research examines why ethical people make unethical choices.
Recent hacking incidences such as the one at Sony show that IT security should be a priority for a company’s top management, says John D’Arcy.
Assisant Dean Sam Gaglio and Professor Ken Milani were honored for their work with undergraduates.
CEO pay packages ranging in the tens of millions of dollars seems excessive to many, but Management Professor Michael Mannor says the morality of high pay is a complex issue.