August 12, 2020Ken and Susan Meyer endow Notre Dame’s Business on the Frontlines initiative
Through the Meyer Business on the Frontlines Program, Mendoza aims to offer this opportunity to about 100-plus MBA students annually, and improve the lives of thousands of people around the world.
August 10, 2020I am HERE: Jason Reed
Finance professor Jason Reed says he’s been mentally preparing to come back since Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced that the semester would begin early. “I think I am more excited than the students are, if that’s possible,” Reed said.
Gwen O'Brien, NDWorks
August 10, 2020McDonald’s sues ousted CEO, saying he lied about sexual affairs with employees
Management Professor Timothy Hubbard was quoted in a Reuters piece, saying, "“Letting CEOs off with a free pass and a large paycheck is not getting the message across.”
August 10, 2020McDonald’s sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships
Management Professor Timothy Hubbard said in an AP News article that was picked up by multiple news outlets, including the New York Times and Washington Post, that McDonald's experience may teach other companies not to reach severance agreements without a thorough investigation.
New York Times
August 10, 2020McDonald’s accuses ex-CEO Steve Easterbrook of hiding sexual relationships with employees and sending nude photos, videos
"McDonald’s would have been well served by doing a more thorough investigation" in the first place, said Tim Hubbard, assistant professor of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, in an email interview with USA Today.
August 7, 2020Consumers find third-party use of personal location data privacy violations
"What is it about location?" published in the July issue of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal by Kirsten Martin, a technology ethics professor at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, showed that people are nuanced about how their location is tracked.
August 7, 2020Trump bans dealings with Chinese owners of TikTok, WeChat
“While TikTok is being singled out in this executive order, their data collection and sharing practices are fairly standard in the industry,” said Kirsten Martin, a professor on technology ethics at the University of Notre Dame’s business school. “In fact, many fitness apps were banned from use in the military for tracking location data, but we did not ban them from all U.S. citizens.”
New York Times
August 6, 2020Consumers find third-party use of personal location data privacy violations, study shows
It’s common knowledge that tech companies mine users’ personal information, but how do consumers feel about their location data being tracked and sold? New research from tech ethics professor Kirsten Martin yields surprising results.
August 5, 2020Quality suffers for audit offices with clients from different industries, study shows
The quality of audit services suffers when an audit firm has clients from many different industries, according to new research from Accountancy Professor Erik Beardsley.
August 5, 2020In a huge year for consulting MBAs, these schools were the top industry feeders
2019 was a banner year for MBA consulting jobs, according to an article from Poets & Quants, which included Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business on its list.
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