May 22, 2020Postal Service’s financial stress might hurt its ability to handle large volume of mail-in ballots
The financial strain “could affect its ability to meet payroll, purchase gasoline, maintain vehicles and provide reliable service,” said management professor James O’Rourke in a CNBC story.
May 21, 2020Coronavirus pandemic’s impact on US jobs might not be fully captured until June
Fox News quoted finance professor Jason Reed about the outlook for the post COVID-19 financial recovery.
May 21, 2020Student Perspective: Emma Ewers, MSBA ’20
May 20, 2020US jobless claims keep climbing to hit 38.6m since lockdowns began
“Although it’s too soon to know now, the concern is that unemployment will continue to be an issue even after we begin the recovery,” said Jason Reed in a piece by Financial Times.
May 19, 2020Here come the Irish? When it comes to the MBA Class of ’22 — you bet!
They dance, they cheer, they sing, they hold up their pets, they even juggle and do backflips. But the main thing the University of Notre Dame MBA Class of 2022 students do in the video is sending a message that despite the swirl of uncertainty and disruption caused by the pandemic, they love Notre Dame. And they can’t wait to become part of the family.
May 19, 2020A week’s news about the free press system
As Congress begins pondering stimulus funds for the news media, Finance Professor Paul Gao's study, which found that when a local newspaper dies, local government borrowing costs rise, is worth noting, according to The Seattle Times.
The Seattle Times
May 14, 2020Faculty awards honor undergraduate teaching and advising
Four Mendoza faculty members received Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, including marketing professor Frank Germann, finance professor Sophie Shive, and accounting professors F. Asis Martinez-Jerez and H. Fred Mittelstaedt.
May 13, 2020Former Notre Dame safety Avery Sebastian cooking up plans for culinary world
Avery Sebastian, who received his Master of Science in Management from the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame, works Upwork as part of the technology sales team, but on the side he's looking to break into lot of different avenues and verticals related to his passion for cooking.
May 12, 2020Favorite business professors of the class of 2020
Accounting professor Asis Martinez-Jerez and management professor Wendy Angst were named to Poets & Quants' list of Favorite Business Professors of the Class of 2020.
Poets & Quants
May 9, 2020Coronavirus treatments—if more women are on the board, it’s likely safer, new study finds
Forbes wrote about a study by IT, Analytics and Operations professor Katie Wowak and her co-researchers, showing highly-defective medical products and treatments are recalled 35% faster when more than one woman is on the board of directors.