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MENDOZA IN THE NEWS

US-China ties strained by power shift

January 13, 2011

Finance professor, Jeff Bergstrand, is quoted in this article about the shift of economic gravity toward Asia and away from the transatlantic.
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The yuan problem isn't going away

January 11, 2011

Jeff Bergstrand, professor of finance, is quoted in this article about the bigger-than-expected decline in China's trade surplus.
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Buyout firms unloading LBOs to flood IPO market

January 7, 2011

Tim Loughran, finance professor, is quoted in this article about how companies controlled by buyout firms face more pressure to go public to pay back the debt from their LBOs
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The iPad in Higher Ed

January 6, 2011

Management professor Corey Angst explains how use of the iPad is evolving and becoming increasingly relevant in higher education.
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U.S.-China Currency Dispute

January 6, 2011

Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance, discusses the explantion for US-China trade gap on Voice of America.
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Homeless Man Ted Williams Is the New Voice of Mac & Cheese

January 6, 2011

Carol Phillips, marketing adjunct instructor, comments on Kraft Foods recently hiring homeless man Ted Williams as its new advertising voice.
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Buyout Firms Offering LBOs to Flood U.S. IPO Market

January 3, 2011

Finance Professor Tim Loughran discusses the trend of private equity firms selling their biggest leveraged buyouts.
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Public Relations Learned the Hard Way

December 29, 2010

Professor Jim O'Rourke, Director of The Eugene D. Fanning Center for Business Communication, comments on several PR disasters, including Apple’s “Antennagate” and Johnson & Johnson’s product recalls.
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Notre Dame Receives $10 million Gift for Fellowships

December 10, 2010

On Friday, the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business announced a $10 million gift from Kenneth R. Meyer to fund annual fellowships for MBA students.
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$10 million gift funds Notre Dame fellowships

December 10, 2010

A University of Notre Dame alumnus, Ken Meyer, has donated $10 million to fund master's of business administration fellowships.
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