Mendoza School of Business


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    September 18, 2020
    Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have your data. Why not China-owned ByteDance’s TikTok?

    The vast collection of the personal information of Americans by data brokers and others is a major problem, but not necessarily a national security problem, said Kirsten Martin, University of Notre Dame professor of IT, Analytics & Operations in a USA Today piece.

    USA Today

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    September 18, 2020
    U.S. to bar downloads of TikTok, WeChat

    Kirsten Martin, professor of technology ethics at the University of Notre Dame, said in an NPR piece that the Trump administration's enforcement action will not do much to address any national security concerns White House officials have with the Beijing-owned TikTok.


  • September 16, 2020
    An MBA program built around global travel evolves in the Covid era

    In a summer when Notre Dame announced that its MBA applications are on the upswing, perhaps the best news is the long-awaited launch — however stunted by the ongoing health crisis — of Frontlines in America, an expansion of Mendoza College of Business' signature program.

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    September 15, 2020
    ‘Where We’re Going’ to explore faculty, expert perspectives on key issues

    Viva Bartkus, associate professor of management and organization and faculty director of the Meyer Business on the Frontlines program, spoke at the first event of ThinkND's new virtual initiative this fall titled “Where We’re Going.” At a time when the lives of many have been dramatically disrupted this weekly series explores this point in history and how the work happening at Notre Dame relates to and impacts the United States and the world at large.

    Christopher Palmquist

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    September 15, 2020
    (Re) learning the human rights language: an imperative for our time

    Professor Emeritus of Marketing Georges Enderle wrote an essay for the Keough School of Global Affairs about the language of human rights and how it has fallen into disuse.

    Keough School of Global Affairs

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    September 14, 2020
    More coronavirus job losses are becoming permanent

    "When you pair this with the fact that permanent job losses continue to rise and are now at 3.4 million, everyone should have pause for concern," said economist and finance professor Jason Reed in a Fox Business piece.

    Fox Business

  • September 4, 2020
    U.S. job growth loses speed as fiscal stimulus ebbs

    Economist and Finance Professor Jason Reed was quoted by U.S. News & World Report, saying, "We're well past talking about a V-shaped recovery."

    U.S. News & World Report Money

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    September 3, 2020
    Muffet McGraw makes transition from Hall of Fame coach to Notre Dame professor

    Former Notre Dame women’s head basketball coach Muffet McGraw is no longer on the sidelines at Purcell Pavilion. She is now a professor in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.

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    September 1, 2020
    Pandemic leads to stores closing inside University Park Mall

    Economist and Finance Professor Jason Reed was interviewed by WSBT 22 about store closings in malls due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    August 21, 2020
    Why buying a bunch of stamps won’t save the USPS

    The USPS is about $160 billion in debt — and “first-class postage sales are not the problem,” said Management Professor James O’Rourke in a Money article.