Mendoza School of Business


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    December 9, 2019
    Love, lies and money covered research from marketing professor Emily Garbinsky that introduces the concept of financial infidelity—engaging in any financial behavior likely to be frowned upon by a romantic partner and intentionally failing to disclose that behavior.

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    December 5, 2019
    Shh! Companies are fixing accounting errors quietly

    The Wall Street Journal cited accountancy associate professor Jeff Burks' research findings that companies are increasingly likely to correct accounting problems by quietly updating past numbers, rather than alerting investors and reissuing financial statements.

    Wall Street Journal

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    December 4, 2019
    The 5 cybersecurity must-haves for every business

    IT, Analytics, and Operations professor Mike Chapple proposes the foundational solutions that all businesses should deploy to keep their data safe in an interview for Biz Tech.

    Biz Tech

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    December 1, 2019
    The unbelievable business career of Christopher Stevens

    Management professor Christopher Stevens shared his experiences as a professor and entrepreneur and speaks about Notre Dame's Inspired Leadership Initiative with WGN Radio’s Karen Conti.

    WGN Radio

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    November 29, 2019
    Machines and the future of work

    Management professor Brett Beasley was a guest on the Ave Maria Radio program "Kresta in the Afternoon" and discussed his Mendoza Business magazine article "Automation Anxiety and the Meaning of Work." His segment starts near the 22:20-minute mark.

    Ave Maria Radio

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    November 22, 2019
    If your Disney+ account got hacked, it’s probably your own fault

    IT, Analytics & Operations professor Mike Chapple wrote a piece for CNN Business Perspectives about the danger of reusing passwords and how it likely contributed to the stolen account information of Disney+ members.

    CNN Business

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    November 21, 2019
    Study offers first large-sample evidence of the effect of ethics training on financial sector

    Science Daily covered new research from accounting professor Zach Kowaleski which offers the first large-sample study on how rules and ethics training affects behavior and employment decisions in the financial sector.

    Science Daily

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    November 21, 2019
    How feminine is your latte?

    Marketing professor James Wilkie weighs in on a Morning Consult survey that explored gender association among activities, mundane objects, and what that means for brand marketers.

    Morning Consult

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    November 18, 2019
    Can Ethics Be Taught?

    In a piece for The Street a new study by accounting professor Zach Kowaleski and his co-researchers show early ethics training can have an effect on the behavior of financial advisers.

    The Street

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    November 18, 2019
    Liberal or conservative? CEOs’ political leanings skew firms’ logic in structuring initial pay packages covered management professor Timothy Hubbard and his co-researchers' findings of a correlation between the political orientation of new CEOs and their compensation rates in a new study.