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MENDOZA IN THE NEWS ARCHIVE '2011'

Do Nice Guys Finish Last?

December 2, 2011

Management Professor Tim Judge's research on the relationship between agreeableness and earnings is mentioned in this Wired.com article.
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Welcome to the Great Global Easing

November 30, 2011

This CNN Money article quotes Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand on his expectations of China to cut the reserve requirement ratio further in the coming months.
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Why people look the other way

November 18, 2011

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel is interviewed on MSNBC’s The Dylan Ratigan Show.
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Are "Thank You" and "Sorry" Stunting You Professionally?

November 17, 2011

This Forbes article features Management Professor Timothy Judge's research on being disagreeable in the workplace.
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Daniels gives views on entrepreneurship

November 15, 2011

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels speaks as part of the Entrepreneurial Insights lecture series on what government can do to encourage entrepreneurship.
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Governor encourages innovation, creativity

November 15, 2011

In the Entrepreneurial Insights lecture series, Gov. Mitch Daniels emphasized the importance of innovation and the creative minds it fosters in the state of Indiana.
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Governor Daniels: 'We've got one of the best jobs climates in America'

November 15, 2011

In the Entrepreneurial Insights lecture series, Gov. Mitch Daniels shares his thoughts on job creation and entrepreneurship.
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PovertyCure interviews Dean Carolyn Woo

November 15, 2011

PovertyCure, an international network of organizations and individuals battling against global poverty, interviews Dean Carolyn Woo.
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NBA Players' Risky Strategy Could Pay Off In Big Way

November 15, 2011

The following article in Forbes quotes Finance Professor Richard Sheehan on the labor negotiations between the NBA owners and players.
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Let’s All Feel Superior

November 14, 2011

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel’s book, “Blind Spots” is mentioned in this New York Times article.
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