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MENDOZA IN THE NEWS ARCHIVE '2011'

Traffic jams, ISPs and net neutrality

November 13, 2011

The following CNN Money article was co-authored by Management Professor Hong Guo.
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Penn State, Motivated Blindness, and the Dark Side of Loyalty

November 11, 2011

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel is quoted in this Chronicle of Higher Education article about how people can be dissuaded from behaving ethically.
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Opinion: The tired arms of ministers

November 10, 2011

This article in Associated Baptist Press quotes Management Professor Matt Bloom about his research on the wellbeing of clergy and work.
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Secondary offering next on Groupon's to-do list

November 7, 2011

Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Crain’s Chicago Business article about Groupon’s first public stock offering.
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Why Being the Office Jerk Could Pay Off

November 3, 2011

This Fox News Business article mentions Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on being disagreeable in the workplace.
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Beyond Greed, We All Have Blind Spots

October 25, 2011

In this Forbes article, Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel discusses her book, "Blindspots: Why We Fail to do What's Right and What to do About it."
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Vatican releases ‘strange remedy’ to global financial crisis

October 24, 2011

The following is an excerpt from a National Post article that quotes Father Oliver Williams about the statement released by the Vatican on how to repair the global financial crisis.
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Why being a jerk at work pays

October 20, 2011

Management Professor Timothy Judge's research is cited in The Daily Beast article.
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Business Ethics Expert to Speak at Science Museum

October 19, 2011

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel discusses the current ethical issues in business leadership and what needs to change in this interview for an NPR affiliate.
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Notre Dame, Microsoft team up for competition

October 18, 2011

This article about the Notre Dame MBA Deep Dive Challenge, a virtual case competition open to the public, was published in The South Bend Tribune.
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