“If policymakers are serious about stopping inversion, the preferable long-term solution would be to end U.S. taxation of foreign earnings or lower the U.S. corporate income tax rate,” says, Jim Seida, accounting associate professor.
NPR Marketplace highlights research by finance Associate Professor Pengjie Gao.
South Bend Tribune story highlights JIFFI, a nonprofit that offers low-interest loans, and the Mendoza students who run it.
Historically black colleges must pay more to issue bonds than institutions of comparable financial strength, according to study coauthored by finance professor Pengjie Gao.
George Felix (MIS '02) is KFC's marketing director for branded communications.
Many of Eduardo Bocock's (ACCT '95) customers are immigrants hoping for their version of the American dream.
In 2003, FBI agents opened a federal investigation of accounting fraud on a massive scale at health-care giant HealthSouth, with fraudulent entries mounting as high as $2.7 billion. Nearly put into bankruptcy, the company fired its CEO Richard Scrushy and spent three years restructuring its operations and financial reporting procedures.…
Keynote lecturer Archbishop Benardito Auza, the Papal Nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, said the Catholic world should cultivate empathy for those who suffer acutely from climate change and the economic systems that create environmental damage.
A young investment manager is on a quest to read the annual letters of 3,000 companies — a rare feat for most investors, according to Mendoza finance professor Timothy Loughran.
MarketWatch cites research by management professor Craig Crossland in article about investors' faith in a single "great leader."
Richard Notebaert, former CEO of Qwest Communications International and chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees, will serve as the keynote speaker for the Mendoza College of Business' 2016 Graduate Commencement and Diploma Ceremony. The event takes place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 14, in the Joyce Center Purcell Pavilion.…
The University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business has named Robin D. Kistler as the director of non-degree programs at the Stayer Center for Executive Education as of April 1. Kistler will be responsible for the administration, strategy and promotion of the Stayer Center's open enrollment, online and custom certificate offerings.…
Their unexpected deaths reveal that CEOs have become more influential in recent decades, according to research by management professor Craig Crossland.
When North Korea launched a massive cyber-attack on Sony Pictures in 2014, three Notre Dame MBA students at the Mendoza College of Business knew the incident had all the makings of an extraordinary case study. Little did they know that it would go on to become an award-winning publication.
The University of Notre Dame was ranked No. 1 on a just-released USA Today listing of the top 10 colleges for degrees in management information systems.
According to the news outlet, the ranking was developed to “reward schools that provide excellent outcomes to students, including high graduation rates, low student loan default rates, and high salaries after graduation.”…
Baker, who gained pop culture status as a Republican debate moderator, spoke at Mendoza's Jordan Auditorium.
The Atlantic highlights research by Mendoza's Frank Germann on corporate social responsibility in 4,500 American firms.
Employees are especially happy when they volunteer with charities their companies support, according to research led by assistant management professor Emily Block.
The University of Notre Dame celebrates women whose scholarship and leadership are leaving an indelible imprint on the global community.
Yes, working for a Bill Belichick or Don Shula can open doors. But it can also hurt you, according to research by Craig Crossland, assistant management professor.
Interestingly, firms often engage in social responsibility and social irresponsibility at the same time, according to research by marketing professor Frank Germann.
Health information exchanges (HIEs) provide information technology solutions that allow patients’ electronic medical records to be shared among otherwise disconnected healthcare organizations. HIE efforts seek to improve efficiency and quality of care, but have raised substantial concerns associated with the privacy of patients’ data.…
Wolf & Shepherd, a venture founded by University of Notre Dame alumni Justin Schneider, is among just five finalists of the Cupid’s Cup 2016 entrepreneurship competition started by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank.
Schneider, who graduated in 2011 with a degree in industrial design, will present his performance dress shoe designs before Plank and a judging panel of leaders in entrepreneurship during the competition’s final round on April 7. The event will take place at the University of Maryland in College Park and award more than $100,000 in total prizes.…
The 2016 U.S. presidential election is already shaping up to be one of the wildest in the country's history. The campaign so far has exposed deep fissures in American politics and society, and the next four years look set to be turbulent. But what will be the implications of this remarkable election for the U.S. and the global economy?…
Start by examining how much control you actually have in your position, says Charlice Hurst, assistant management professor at Mendoza.
There is currently a high-stakes showdown between Apple and the FBI on the proper balancing of privacy and security concerns. At issue is the question whether Apple should have to create a tool that will help the FBI to break the passcode of a known and deceased terrorist’s iPhone and extract data from the device (which may or may not contain evidence of collaboration in an earlier attack or planning for future attacks). I’d like to lay out the basic facts and the main argument on each side, and to invite you to reflect on where you stand.…
You'll feel better about yourself, and your talents, when you slap on some brand names, according to marketing professor Frank Germann.
Two entrepreneurial ventures with ties to the University of Notre Dame advanced to the semifinal round of the prestigious Cupid’s Cup 2016, a national competition started by Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank. The two ventures are part of a field of just 12 semifinalists selected from more than 200 original entries representing 98 colleges and universities nationwide.…
The conference, A Global Compact for Sustainable Development: Advancing Care for Our Common Home, will take place April 3 and 4.