January 18, 2021Automakers delay recalls to minimize stock penalties, avoid being the first safety issue in news cycle, study shows
Some automotive firms time their product recalls to minimize stock price penalties, resulting in unnecessary delays and clusters of subsequent recalls by other companies, according to new research from IT, Analytics and Operations professor Kaitlin Wowak.
January 14, 2021Turns out you may not be as financially responsible as you think
Research by marketing professor Emily Garbinsky reveals that people almost always consider themselves to be more responsible with their money than they are in reality.
January 13, 2021Saver or spender? People are not as financially responsible as they may think, study shows
Even when people consistently spend their money superfluously, they still believe that they manage their money in a responsible fashion, according to a new study by Emily Garbinsky, assistant professor of marketing at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
January 13, 2021How the military can get more out of artificial intelligence
C4ISRNET published an opinion piece co-written by IT, Analytics and Operations professor Scott Nestler about the role artificial intelligence will play at nearly every level of national security in the years ahead
January 8, 2021Serving Boldly: Marisa Perino (MNA ’21) Shares Her Story
Notre Dame Master of Nonprofit Administration student Marisa Perino shares how a mission trip to Uganda sparked her service-oriented career goals. Read her story below:
Marisa Perino (MNA '21)
January 8, 2021“Always Go Further”: Alumnus Carlos Arcila Barrera (MSF ’16) Shares His Story
Master of Science in Finance alumnus Carlos Arcila Barrera (MSF '16) founded his own hedge fund in the Windy City after his time in the Chicago-based program. Read more about his post-degree success here.
Carlos Arcila Barrera (MSF '16)
January 8, 2021From Notre Dame to Amazon HQ: Alumnus Bob Binford (MSF ’19) Shares His Story
For M.S. Finance alumnus Bob Binford (MSF '19), the one-year, Chicago-based program catapulted him to a career – and subsequent promotion – at Amazon. Read more about how the program boosted his career.
Bob Binford (MSF '19)
December 31, 2020Microsoft says Russians hacked its network, viewing source code
“Intruders can search the source code for software flaws that they might exploit, adding new weapons to their cyberwarfare arsenal,” Mike Chapple said in a Washington Post article. Chapple is a teaching professor of information technology at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business and a former computer scientist with the National Security Agency.
December 31, 2020Microsoft says hackers viewed its source code
Mike Chapple, a former National Security Agency official and an information technology professor at the University of Notre Dame, said in a CNN Business piece the attackers were likely looking for potential security vulnerabilities in Microsoft products that they could exploit to gain access to users of those products.
December 18, 2020ND study of ‘digital traces’ wins prestigious research award
Nicholas Berente, the Viola D. Hank Associate Professor of Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, recently received the Senior Scholar Best Information System Paper Award, given by the Association for Information Systems (AIS).