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    November 13, 2019
    Rampant misclassifications make bond mutual funds appear far less risky, significantly impacting investors, study shows

    Some mutual fund managers appear to be overestimating the safety of their holdings, resulting in misclassifications by Morningstar that have a significant impact on investors, according to new research from finance professor Huaizhi Chen and his co-researchers.

    Shannon Roddel

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    November 13, 2019
    What you need to know before markets open

    Management Professor Tim Hubbard notes that hiring T-Mobile CEO John Legere could signal WeWork's intentions to increase legitimacy without losing its core nature inn a piece for CNN Business

    CNN Business

  • November 12, 2019
    MBA student, Navy veteran shares passion for painting

    The Observer profiled Jacob Mazurek, a second year Mendoza MBA student, who stands out among his peers not only as a Navy veteran of 23 years, but also as a devoted and accomplished painter.

    The Observer

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    November 12, 2019
    You won’t believe your eyes

    The Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership's Brett Beasley wrote a piece for Notre Dame Magazine about the spread of deepfake-driven disinformation.

    ND Magazine - Brett Beasley

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    November 12, 2019
    Academics find evidence of misclassification of bond funds by Morningstar

    Finance professor Huaizhi Chen and his co-researchers' study about the misclassification of funds, making riskier funds appear less risky than they are, was covered in an Investment Week piece.

    Investment Week

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    November 11, 2019
    Academics accuse Morningstar of misclassifying bond funds

    Financial Times wrote a piece on the recent paper by professor of finance Huaizhi Chen and co-researchers Umit Gurun and Lauren Cohen that found that many funds misreported their ratings to Morningstar.

    Financial Times

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    November 11, 2019
    Monitoring the monitors

    Money & Banking analyzes the forensic research of finance professor Huaizhi Chen and his co-researchers, who believe that mutual fund managers are providing inaccurate reports and that Morningstar is taking them at their word when better information from standard disclosures is readily available.

    Money & Banking

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    November 11, 2019
    T-Mobile CEO John Legere in talks to take over top job at WeWork

    According to management professor Tim Hubbard Legere could bring the leadership chops to WeWork that Neumann lacked in an article for MSN Money.

    MSN Money

  • golden dome
    November 11, 2019
    Notre Dame Stories: Of Analytics and Art

    Notre Dame Stories interviewed grad student Peter Zanca for their podcast. Zanca, who is pursuing a dual MBA/Master of Science in Business Analytics degree, is helping the NBA understand a new rule change with analytics and recently won the NBA Hackathon competition.

    Andy Fuller

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    November 9, 2019
    How to budget with a spouse: An expert advises six couples—and you

    Forbes cited Emily Garbinsky's research on the spending habits of couples with a joint account in an article about how to budget with a spouse.

    Forbes