Faculty & Departments

CEO retreat brings Ireland's 'top business minds' to Notre Dame

June 17, 2013

Irish business entrepreneurs participated in continuing executive education lectures and seminars on innovation, business ethics and the global impact of business policy and practice at the Mendoza College of Business.
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Google outbids rivals, buys online mapping service Waze to get more traffic information

June 11, 2013

This Associated Press article quotes Management Professor Brian Broffitt on Google’s purchase of Waze.
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Google wants to know where you're driving

June 10, 2013

This Marketplace article quotes Management Professor Brian Proffitt about Google purchasing Waze.
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Yahoo's Tumblr purchase fraught with challenges

May 20, 2013

Management Professor Brian Proffitt is quoted in this USA Today article on Yahoo’s purchase of Tumblr.
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Report: Facebook in talks to buy map app Waze

May 10, 2013

USA Today quotes Management Professor Brian Proffitt on Facebook buying Waze.
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'Contextual search' monitors where you go on the web

May 7, 2013

This article on Yahoo! News quotes Management Professor Brian Proffitt on contextual searches.
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How is India Inc coping with the dangers of ethical fading?

April 26, 2013

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel is mentioned in this Economic Times article about ethical fading.
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Relationships Are More Important Than Ambition

April 16, 2013

This article in The Atlantic mentions research conducted by Management Professor Tim Judge on the characteristics of ambitious people and the connection between ambition and a good life.
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In memoriam: Salvatore J. Bella, professor emeritus of management

April 12, 2013

Salvatore J. Bella, professor emeritus of management, passed away Tuesday, April 9.
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Semifinalists selected for the 2012-2013 McCloskey Business Plan Competition

March 27, 2013

Twelve teams will move to the semifinalist round of the annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition to compete for more than $300,000 in prizing.
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