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Articles for '2009'

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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Notre Dame Executive Education programs earn Top 20 rankings by BusinessWeek

November 6, 2009

BusinessWeek ranked the Notre Dame EMBA program 20th and the Executive Education custom programs 19th in its biennial survey of the top 25 executive education programs in the world.
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Notre Dame finance professors take first place for investor research

November 5, 2009

Investors may have a lot of information available to them, but identifying what sources they are really paying attention to can be difficult. Zhi Da and Pengjie Gao won first place for a paper that examines how investors search for information.
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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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Q & A with Barry Keating: Smarter forecasting, better profits

November 3, 2009

It's crucial for businesses to anticipate demand in order to manage their inventory, but too often, they rely on outdated tools or models. Finance Professor Barry Keating discusses the mistakes businesses often make, and how they can improve forecasts.
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Creating mutually beneficial relationships

November 2, 2009

November 2009, South Bend Tribune quotes finance major, Matt Dabaco, on E-Society
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Good time for great ideas: Notre Dame Business Plan Competition taking submissions

October 29, 2009

Entrepreneurs have an opportunity to win up to a total of $40,000 in cash prizes during the 2009-10 Notre Dame Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
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Can a small bakery in Afghanistan bring peace?

October 29, 2009

Dean Carolyn Woo describes entrepreneurial efforts she witnessed during her trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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