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Wall Street guy's path to joy: Less banking, more beer

September 16, 2014

Notre Dame MBA alum Michael Kane, who went from investment banking to starting his own microbrewery, is profiled in this CNBC "Here is the City" story.
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GM Recognizes 19 Deaths From Faulty Ignition Switch; Has 125 Total Death Claims

September 16, 2014

Assistant Management Prof. Kaitlin Wowak is quoted in this International Business Times story about GM's response to deaths caused by faulty ignition switches.
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When scent crosses the ethical line

September 10, 2014

Kevin Bradford, associate professional specialist in marketing, calls new marketing strategies that use scents to draw customers "unethical" in this Globe and Mail article.
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BP 'grossly negligent' in 2010 U.S. spill, fines could be $18 bln

September 4, 2014

Gianna Bern, associate finance teaching professor, comments to Reuter's news service about a federal judge's ruling that BP was grossly negligent in the 2010 oil. spill
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Young African leaders at Notre Dame

July 21, 2014

African leaders from 17 countries learn business and entrepreneurship at the Mendoza College of Business.
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When CEOs and CFOs Share an Alma Mater

July 21, 2014

This WSJ Online article reports on a survey finding that Notre Dame is among the top three undergraduate universities when CEOs and CFOs share an alma mater.
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Stay Metrics Names Tim Judge Research Director

July 3, 2014

South Bend-based Stay Metrics has named Management Professor Tim Judge director of research.
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Dark Pools Here to Stay, Says Broker Conflict Researcher

June 30, 2014

Finance Professor Robert Battalio is quoted in this Businessweek article about dark pools.
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Private Investing for the Common Good?

June 27, 2014

The Mendoza College of Business and Dean Roger Huang participated in a symposium at the Vatican that examined impact investing as a way to alleviate world poverty.
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Assaults on Iraqi oil fields sow worry over global gas prices.

June 26, 2014

Gianna Bern, the academic director of the Master of Science in Finance program and an associate teaching professor of Finance, appeared on PBS Newshour to comment on the impact of the turmoil in Iraq on oil prices.
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