Ask More of Business

Asking More Commentary: Perspectives from Mendoza College of Business

How Steve Jobs Turned Technology — And Apple — Into Religion

by Brett T. Robinson

August 26, 2013

In this excerpt from his new book,"Appletopia," Brett Robinson discusses how the Apple culture has taken on religious meanings for some. Read More

Newsweek might have gone digital, but the magazine industry isn’t dead

by James S. O'Rourke

January 10, 2013

Despite the rise of digital media, print magazines still have a future. Read More

Why 'The Hunger Games' Resonates With Millennials

by Carol B. Phillips

April 19, 2012

ND marketing expert Carol Phillips says the popularity of Hunger Games provides an interesting study of Millennial values. Read More

Why Encyclopaedia Britannica Mattered

by James S. O'Rourke

March 15, 2012

Encyclopaedia Britannica may seem anachronistic, but there are good reasons to mourn its exit from publishing. Read More

Nostalgia for factory jobs that will never come back

by Jeffrey H. Bergstrand

February 17, 2012

The future of 'Made in the USA' will look a lot different than our manufacturing past. Read More

Apple after its oracle is gone

by Mike Mannor

October 7, 2011

Not rain, sleet or even the Internet should stop the mail

by James S. O'Rourke

September 7, 2011

Even though technology has taken the place of traditional mail for many, the USPS still provides a much-needed service, and a lot of jobs. Read More

Steve Jobs' resignation is the best thing for Apple

by Mike Mannor

August 26, 2011

Jobs' has been a stellar leader for Apple, but his resignation removes the ever-present uncertainty hovering over the company this last few years. Read More

Net Neutrality: 'Necessary' or Ill Advised?

by Barry P. Keating

March 1, 2011

While arguments for Internet equality sound appealing, in practice, net neutrality would lead to a type of price fixing for information. Read More