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Management Department Articles for '2009'

Why do good firms lose their way?

December 23, 2009

The potential for getting caught may not be enough to keep high-performing companies from undertaking illegal activities, according to the research of Management Professor Emily Block.
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In a corporate crisis, what would you say?

December 23, 2009

Communications during a crisis can make or break a company. The best strategy is transparency, says Management Professor James O'Rourke.
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Cutting out the middleman isn’t always best for the consumer

November 9, 2009

Many consumers may believe that cutting out the middleman leads to lower prices. But that isn't necessarily so, according to research by Notre Dame business professors Daewon Sun and Xuying Zhao, who recently won a best paper award for their research.
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Goldman Sachs proves the lord works in mysterious ways

November 9, 2009

Management Professor Oliver Williams is quoted about the ethical perspective involved in the payout of large bonuses to banking executives.
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Tylenol case expert to speak at Notre Dame

November 5, 2009

In 1982, product tampering caused seven deaths of people who took the painkiller, Tylenol. Speaker John R. Mullen will talk about how maker Johnson & Johnson handled the crisis.
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Notre Dame alumnus Bob McDonnell elected governor of Virginia

November 4, 2009

Robert McDonnell (ND, '76)
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Why do good firms lose their way?

October 29, 2009

Management Professor Emily Block and colleagues study corporate pressures that may induce risk-seeking behavior.
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New equipment enhances Accenture Information Technology Management lab

October 1, 2009

Improvements to the Information Technology Management lab at the Mendoza College of Business will help students develop applications for the iPhone and other multitouch applications, among other projects.
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Ann Tenbrunsel honored as Faculty Pioneer Award finalist

September 16, 2009

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel was recognized as an Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award finalist. The award honors business professors who have demonstrated leadership in integrating ethical and social issues into the MBA curriculum.
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Top business executives share insights in Notre Dame lecture series

August 31, 2009

The Boardroom Insights Lecture Series features executives from top companies offering their perspective on critical issues and experiences in the business world.
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