Mendoza School of Business


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    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

  • brass bull figurine on a stock market sheet
    February 4, 2019
    CEOs profit from issuing negative news releases ahead of stock option grant dates, study shows

    Some CEOs are profiting from releasing more negative news releases leading up to their executive stock option grant date, according to new research from the University of Notre Dame. The move depresses the stock price and lowers the guaranteed “strike price,” which allows the CEO to exercise their stock option to buy a specified number […]

    Shannon Roddel

  • December 20, 2018
    Commentary: Facebook has 5 ‘core values.’ Guess where ‘protect users’ ranks is.

    Management professor Joseph Holt's opinion piece about Facebook user privacy protections was published in the Chicago Tribune.

    Chicago Tribune

  • November 20, 2018
    Walmart wants campaign donation back from Sen. Hyde-Smith

    Management & Organization professor Joseph Holt was interviewed by the Washington Post…

    The Washington Post

  • November 19, 2018
    Carlos Ghosn, CEO, Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi: Discipline and organization will lead you anywhere

    Management & Organization professor Tim Hubbard was interviewed live on CNN about the chairman of Nissan's arrest. I think the board of directors, they really have a lot more independence, a lot more power to be able to, you know, push the CEO in a way that they need to be able to be pushed. And for example CEO dismissal I think is the ultimate way in order for a board of directors to start to impact those firms that they're overseeing. And as time goes on, I'm hopeful that we'll see more dismissals because I don't think that there are very many other punishments that have quite the same esteem for a chief executive officer as being fired from their company. …


  • November 19, 2018
    Cyclists don’t respect rules, said Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn arrested on suspicion of fraud

    Management & Organization professor Tim Hubbard was quoted in Forbes…


  • October 31, 2018
    Notre Dame vigil for synagogue victims draws a call to stop anti-Semitism

    Management & Organization professor Georges Enderle was quoted in a South Bend Tribune story about Notre Dame's vigil to honor victims of the Saturday shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue.…

    The South Bend Tribune

  • October 3, 2018
    Management professor appointed co-chair of Notre Dame’s Research and Scholarship Task Force

    The University of Notre Dame has asked Ann Tenbrunsel, the David E. Gallo Professor of Business Ethics, to co-chair a Research and Scholarship Task Force to consider the ways in which Notre Dame scholarly and research expertise might serve the Church in the wake of the recent Pennsylvania grand jury report about six Catholic dioceses, as well as other reports of abuse in the news. Read more here.…

    Notre Dame News

  • September 21, 2018
    Labaton Sucharow beefs up its whistleblower protection bench

    A Bloomberg Law piece on former SEC associate counsel Richard Levine joining Labaton Sucharow as a partner in the firm’s whistleblower representation practice referenced a 2015 survey the firm did with Mendoza College of Business.…

    Bloomberg Law

  • July 24, 2018
    Bad Bosses, Happy Psychopaths

    BizEd Magazine published a piece on Management & Organization assistant professor Charlice Hurst's research “Are ‘Bad’ Employees Happier Under Bad Bosses? Differing Effects of Abusive Supervision on Low and High Primary Psychopathy Employees.” …