Mendoza School of Business

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    January 21, 2020
    The rise and fall of American Apparel

    Management professor James S. O'Rourke provided commentary for the CNBC report “The Rise And Fall Of American Apparel.” His remarks begin at the 7:01 mark.

    CNBC

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    January 21, 2020
    On the Money

    Researchers build the first analytical model to study selling virtual video game currency. Business analytics professor Hong Guo, grew up playing video games in China and has studied emerging IT trends ranging from net neutrality to mobile platforms since earning her doctoral degree. Her latest research is the first to build an analytical model to understand the trend sweeping the video game world of selling virtual currency.

    Brendan O'Shaughnessy (ND '93)

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    January 20, 2020
    Privacy and data security: What will the next decade hold?

    Ten Years Hence, an annual speaker series hosted by the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, will focus on an increasingly complicated and problematic part of daily life: data security.

    Carol Elliott

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    January 20, 2020
    Contract Killers

    Detailed contracts can provide incentives for opportunistic behavior. In a rapidly changing business landscape, are incomplete contracts the answer? Accountancy professor F. Asís Martínez-Jerez believes there is a counterintuitive solution.

    Michael Hardy

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    January 13, 2020
    Clashing with your colleagues over trump can boost stock returns

    A BNN Bloomberg piece exploring the link between partisanship and decisions on asset-allocation referenced a paper by finance professor Rafael Zambrana and his co-researchers that looked at how the political diversity of money managers working in teams affected their fund performance.

    Bloomberg

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    January 10, 2020
    New era of offshore gushers portends flood of oil amid glut

    In a piece by Gulf Times, finance professor Gianna Bern offers insight into what the new oil discoveries will do in a market already glutted.

    Gulf Times

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    January 9, 2020
    P&Q’s Favorite MBA Professors of 2019

    Ann Tenbrunsel, the David E. Gallo Professor of Business Ethics, was on Poets & Quants' list of Favorite MBA Professors of 2019. Tenbrunsel’s focus areas are in ethics, ethical decision making, gender, and sexual harassment.

    Poets & Quants

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    January 8, 2020
    How to work with difficult people without losing your cool (or your job)

    Management professor Brittany Solomon explains how boosting your emotional intelligence and trying to understand others' perspectives can help manage working relationships in a DZone article.

    DZone

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    January 6, 2020
    Having coffee with Martijn Cremers

    Dean Cremers was recently featured in Notre Dame Magazine's "Having Coffee with Martijn Cremers." The profile presents Martijn's “'integrated vision of business' that is grounded in Catholic social teaching and firmly in touch with the humanities and the new big-data frontier."

    ND Magazine

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    January 2, 2020
    Building an ethical career

    Ann Tenbrunsel's research into the ethical mirage, which is the tendency to overestimate the virtuousness of our future selves, was used in a piece by Harvard Business Review about being intentionally ethical in your career.

    Harvard Business Review