Mendoza School of Business


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    The downside of loyalty: Study reveals why some organizational cover-ups go unchecked

    New research from the University of Notre Dame management professor Timothy Kundro identifies two common types of cover-ups and reveals why some are allowed to continue unchecked.

    Shannon Roddel

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    Annual Mendoza, Deloitte Center Ethics Week focuses on empathy

    The Observer covered the 24th annual Ethics Week presentations and discussions that focused on this year’s theme: Beginning with Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others.

    The Observer

  • Lecture series looks at the problem of truth in the age of deepfakes

    Fakery certainly isn’t a new concept, but in the past few years, the phenomenon of the “deepfake” has taken the practice of disinformation to a whole new — and often scary — level. The University of Notre Dame’s Ten Years Hence Speaker Series will explore “News, Fake News and Deep Fakes. How Do We Know […]

    Carol Elliott

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    Is Big Tech too big? Focus should be on consumers, not firm size, expert says

    The House Judiciary Committee said Big Tech companies have abused their monopoly power, but James Otteson, the John T. Ryan Jr. Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business takes a different view.

    Shannon Roddel

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    Walmart’s decision to close on Thanksgiving, give bonuses will pay off and catch on, expert says

    James Otteson, professor of business ethics at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, believes Walmart’s decision will pay off and that other companies will follow its lead.

    Shannon Roddel

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    The Technology 202: IBM and Notre Dame team up on new tech ethics lab

    The University of Notre Dame unveiled a new Tech Ethics Lab with the backing of IBM, which will conduct research on some of the most pressing dilemmas confronting the field.

    Washington Post

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    How to prioritize ethical leadership amid the pandemic

    Three insights that approach crises as opportunities for ethical leadership, not opportunism. As COVID-19 crept toward Chattanooga, Tennessee, Matt Colvin and his brother Noah saw a business opportunity. They drove more than a thousand miles to small, rural towns, buying up all the hand sanitizer they could find. Matt Colvin listed the bottles on Amazon, […]

    Brett Beasley and Christopher Adkins

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    2019’s best books for ethical leaders

    The Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership offers a list of the best new books on the topic of ethics that bridge the worlds of business and academia.

    Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership

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    Yes, ethics can be taught.

    A new study by accountancy professor Zachary Kowaleski provides an evidence-based answer to a question that is both a timely—and timeless—question, as illustrated by NBC’s hit TV show The Good Place.

    Brett Beasley

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    Lily Tomlin joins PETA campaign aimed at FCA over Iditarod dog race

    Management & Organization associate teaching professor Joseph Holt was interviewed in a USA Today article about PETA's protests to Chrysler over a dealership's sponsorship of the Iditarod race. Holt said, "I do believe it's reasonable for PETA to pressure the parent company. Members of the public often don't make the fine distinction the law makes between acts of the franchisee and acts of the franchisor."

    USA Today

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