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  • Rev. Oliver Williams, CSC
    October 10, 2019
    Notre Dame Alumni Club hosts Business Ethics Lecture Oct. 15

    Chicago's Daily Herald published an article about a Business Ethics Lecture given by management professor and director of the Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business Rev. Oliver F. Williams, CSC, PhD, '61, '69 MA. The presentation is part of the Hesburgh Lecture Series and is hosted by the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Aurora/Fox Valley.

    Chicago Daily Herald

  • chronicle logo
    October 6, 2019
    Vaping crackdown leaves deadlier cigarettes untouched

    Management professor TImothy Hubbard was interviewed by the San Francisco Chronicle about the recent spotlight on vaping, which he opines shouldn't detract from the danger traditional cigarettes pose.

    San Francisco Chronicle

  • USA Today logo
    October 4, 2019
    Microsoft: Iran government-linked hacker targeted 2020 presidential campaign

    IT, analytics, and operations professor Mike Chapple notes the unsophistication of the cyber attack which took advantage of Microsofts password recovery mechanisms in a USA Today article.

    USA Today

  • The Ladders logo
    October 3, 2019
    How to work with difficult people

    Management & Organization professor Brittany Solomon offers insight into how to deal with difficult people at work by understanding their subjective realities in an article for The Ladders. Solomon conducted research on how perceptions help people manage workplace relationships.

    The Ladders

  • Variety logo
    October 3, 2019
    How female investors are steering start-ups and changing Wall Street’s culture

    NDIGI managing director and 30-year financial industry veteran Erin Bellisimo was interviewed for Variety's article on how the rising stars of high finance are increasingly women who have paid their dues at established firms.

    Variety

  • company logo
    October 1, 2019
    Why We Like To See People Fail And How To Transform It For Good

    Management professor Robert Vecchio's research on envy in the workplace was used in a Forbes article on why we like to see people fail.

    Forbes

  • USA Today logo
    September 25, 2019
    How Juul’s reputation went from high-tech cool to hazardous

    Marketing professor Vamsi Kanuri was interviewed for a USA Today article about e-cigarette maker Juul, which targeted ads to younger buyers. According to Vamsi it's a classic case of history repeating itself in terms of how the tobacco industry appealed to teens decades ago.

    USA Today

  • company logo
    September 25, 2019
    Juul replaces its C.E.O. with a tobacco executive

    Management professor Tim Hubbard is quoted in an article for the New York times after e-cigarette company Juul brought on a traditional tobacco executive as their new CEO.

    The New York Times

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    September 25, 2019
    Juul CEO is out, and it stops all advertising as vaping crisis escalates

    E-cigarette company Juul had no choice but to replace its CEO according to management professor Tim Hubbard in an article for CNN business. The recent rise in vaping-related deaths calls into question the e-cigarette maker's claims that vaping is safer than traditional smoking.

    CNN Business

  • The Hill Logo
    September 24, 2019
    How ethics can ease our tech anxiety

    IT, Analytics and Operations professor Scott Nestler wrote an opinion piece, published by The Hill, about the need for policymakers to establish ethical guidelines for advancements in technology and AI.

    The Hill