Why Honest People Do Dishonest Things
A failure to anticipate an ethical decision makes men and women more likely to lie or cheat. Scientific American interviews ethics expert and management Prof. Ann Tenbrunsel.
Five trades to social good
Executive MBA team parlays homework assignment into rampant online fundraiser.
Illegal activity on Wall Street still widespread — says Wall St
Mendoza MGT Prof. Ann Tenbrunsel, an expert in behavioral ethics, helped conduct a survey of the US and UK finance industry to find out if anything has changed since the 2007-2008 fall. The Financial Times reports.
Advisers Using ‘Active Share’ Hear From Critics
Concept first popularized in 2009 to identify active managers who were really ‘closet indexers.' Wall Street Journal quotes finance Professor Martijn Cremers.
WORKING POOR: Forty percent of people struggling to make ends meet
Surviving at the federal poverty level is impossible, Mendoza marketing Professor Georges Enderle tells WSBT-TV.
McDonald’s CEO turnaround plan’s missing link: customers
Reuters quotes finance Professional Specialist Jerry Langley, who is confident new McDonald's CEO can turn the ship.
Brewers name hometown hero Craig Counsell as new manager
A 1992 Mendoza accountancy graduate, Counsell was born in South Bend and played baseball for the Irish.
Men’s footwear sleek enough for Wall Street? Comfortable enough for city walking? High-performance enough for skateboarding? Yes, says McCloskey Business Plan Competition winner.
Pretty in Pink: Princess Is Good for Nation of Shopkeepers
When it comes to the new royal daughter, pink means green, says Mendoza marketing expert Tonya Bradford.
The Associated Press
Vennli Wins Tech Services Award for IT to Support Go-to-Market
The business strategy software company with ties to Mendoza won TechPoint’s 16th annual Mira Awards, for the best of tech in Indiana.