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  • edges of an open book
    December 20, 2019
    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

  • two people from the television show stand in front of a chalkboard
    December 6, 2019
    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

  • USA Today logo
    July 23, 2019
    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

  • close up view of a compass shaded dark blue
    June 24, 2019
    Resoundingly Human – Ethics in analytics and data science

    Associate teaching professor of Information, Technology, Analytics and Operations Scott Nestler was interviewed for an episode of the INFORMS podcast "Resoundingly Human," where he speaks to ethics in analytics and data science.

    INFORMS podcast

  • April 5, 2019
    Google It: Bringing Big Data To The Classroom

    With sleek glasses, dark shoulder-length hair and a charming demeanor, Kevin Hartman looks and acts the part of an innovative practitioner in the world of business analytics and big data. While his job centers around numbers and data, he sees his work as an art form just as much as it is a science. This perspective has also helped him become a relatable and impactful Notre Dame professor.

    Andrew Mentock

  • pizza with olives and pepperoni
    March 5, 2019
    Papa John’s Board kept calm and carried on

    Assistant professor of management Timothy Hubbard is quoted in a Directors & Boards article about embattled founder John Schnatter alleged plans to leave Papa John's chain's board. “As we’ve seen time and again, companies that have these ‘crises of CEOs’ are finding it harder to recover,” said Hubbard.

    Directors & Boards

  • 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

  • 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

  • Chicago Tribune Logo
    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 for a story on the decision by several corporations to ask for the return of campaign donations from a Mississippi politician in light of her comment that she would stand in the front row of a public hanging.

    The Washington Post