Faculty & Departments

Regulators Weigh Curbs on Trading Fees

April 14, 2014

Finance Professors Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin are mentioned in this Wall Street Journal article about their research on stockbrokers.
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The fatter a company’s annual report, the shakier its stock price

March 24, 2014

Finance Professors Tim Loughran and Bill McDonald are mentioned in this Quartz article about their forthcoming paper on the length of annual reports.
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ND finance professor wins award for emerging markets investing research

January 16, 2014

Investment group selects Finance Prof. Cremers research into emerging market investing for academic award.
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Louie Gentine Named CEO of Sargento Foods

January 1, 2014

Louie Gentine (ND, '97)
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Study: Rebates Are Key to Where Brokers Route Orders

December 18, 2013

This Wall Street Journal article examines new research by finance professors Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin into potential conflicts of interest surrounding trading exchange rebates.
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Staggered Boards May Boost Returns: Study

December 11, 2013

Finance Professor Martijn Cremers' new research into staggered boards is discussed in this Wall Street Journal Money Beat column.
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Mendoza College finance faculty win ‘Q’ research awards

November 19, 2013

Martijn Cremers, Pengjie (Paul) Gao, Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin recently won Q awards for their academic research projects with potential applications in investment management.
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Snapchat turns down $3 billion Facebook offer, reports say

November 15, 2013

Finance Professor Tim Loughran discusses Snapchat's rejection of Facebook's bid and what it signals for the market.
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First Take: Twitter's first day of trading is a monster

November 7, 2013

Finance Professor Tim Loughran comments on the long-awaited Twitter IPO and the markets' reaction in this USA Today article.
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Did We Waste a Recession?

August 6, 2013

This New York Times article discusses a project led by Finance Professor Paul Schultz on figuring out what caused the financial crisis and how to prevent a sequel.
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