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  • hands forming a heart in front of a sunset
    February 14, 2019
    Why you should keep a joint bank account. (Happy Valentine’s Day!)

    Assistant professor of marketing Emily Garbinsky was interviewed by the Washington Post about her paper “The Consumption Consequences of Couples Pooling Finances,” co-authored by Joe Gladstone, an assistant professor of consumer behavior at University College London. Garbinsky and Gladstone researched whether the type of bank account (joint versus separate) affect the spending choices of couples.

    Washington Post

  • Ethics week logo
    February 14, 2019
    Panel considers financial aid, right to education

    A panel of representatives from the University's administration discussed the importance of providing access to higher education to individuals of all economic backgrounds as part of Ethics Week. Ethics Week is an annual event promoted by Mendoza College of business, titled this year “Economic Inequality: on Campuses, in Communities and at Companies.”

    The Observer

  • February 12, 2019
    Meet Notre Dame Mendoza’s MBA Class of 2020

    Poets & Quants profiles a few of Mendoza's outstanding alums from the class of 2020.

    Poets & Quants

  • The Guardian logo
    February 12, 2019
    If Howard Schultz wins in 2020, would he be a good president?

    The Guardian quoted assistant professor Tim Hubbard in a story about former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz's 2020 presidential run.

    The Guardian

  • hands with coffee cup and open laptop showing a graph on the screen
    February 12, 2019
    Starbucks : If Howard Schultz wins in 2020, would he be a good president?

    Howard Schultz’s tenure as Starbucks CEO is unlike others in the Fortune 100, according to Timothy Hubbard, assistant professor of management at the University of Notre Dame. “I believe he was able to show himself that companies can be financially successful while being socially responsible. That’s quite a different experience than other CEOs.”

    Market Screener

  • mideast map with Balkh University marked on it
    February 11, 2019
    From battle plans to lesson plans

    Once on the front lines of war, now Alex Ambrose finds himself on the front lines of another fight: bringing peace and prosperity to war-torn countries. He’s part of a team of faculty and staff at the University of Notre Dame who are working to empower a university in Afghanistan to not only develop one of the nation’s first master’s degrees, but to do so in the areas of finance and accounting, fields critical to limiting corruption in the country.

    Colleen Wilcox

  • Gina Guzzardo in boxing gloves leaning against a punching bag
    February 11, 2019
    From Gina to ‘The Machine-a’

    At some point, someone shared with ND MBA student Gina Guzzardo this piece of wisdom from boxing legend and unwitting business professor Mike Tyson: “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” You laugh because it’s true, and you figure when it happens you’ll know what to do, she says. “And then someone’s punching you.” And you forget everything.

    John Nagy

  • fbi seal
    February 7, 2019
    The ring around the ‘white’ collar

    L. Christopher Knight, an FBI forensic accountant, will discuss what “white-collar crime” means from a law enforcement viewpoint during a talk at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business at 5 p.m. Feb. 28 in Mendoza’s Jordan Auditorium.

    Carol Elliott

  • Ethics week logo
    February 5, 2019
    Notre Dame Ethics Week 2019 examines the effects of economic inequality

    Notre Dame Ethics Week 2019 will examine the economic gap during its annual event held Feb. 12 to Feb. 15 (Tuesday to Friday) at the Stayer Center for Executive Education Commons C. “Economic Inequality: On Campuses, in Communities and at Companies” will feature both Notre Dame and outside experts with diverse professional experience and backgrounds to discuss some of the underlying causes of economic inequality and its impact on specific segments of society, as well as related emerging issues such as technology and CEO pay.

    Carol Elliott

  • portrait of professor h. chen
    February 4, 2019
    Award-winning paper uses EDGAR IP data to track correlation to portfolio

    Assistant professor of finance Huaizhi Chen and his co-authors have won this year's Richard A. Crowell prize for their paper "IQ from IP: Simplifying Search in Portfolio Choice," which links performance with portfolio managers' EDGAR searches.

    Pensions & Investments