MIKE CHAPPLE, associate teaching professor of information technology, analytics and operations, on the recent lawsuits and investigations regarding Facebook’s privacy lapses.
ASSOCIATED PRESS, DEC. 19, 2018
RICHARD SHEEHAN, a professor of finance, on the NFL’s push for new stadiums in cities vying to host the Super Bowl.
ASSOCIATED PRESS, FEB. 1, 2019
TIM HUBBARD, assistant professor of management, on the sneaky way some CEOs can make money from issuing negative news releases ahead of stock option grant dates.
NBC NEWS, FEB. 20, 2019
JASON REED, assistant teaching professor of finance, on indications that the Federal Reserve will be “patient” with future rate adjustments in 2019.
THE GUARDIAN, JAN. 30, 2019
EMILY GARBINSKY, assistant professor of marketing, on her research finding that couples who share joint accounts tend to spend more money on functional items.
WASHINGTON POST, FEB. 14, 2019
PETER KELLY, assistant professor of finance, on findings that indicate when insiders sell stock for a loss, the stock’s subsequent six-month return is 188 basis points lower than all other months.
BLOOMBERG, NOV. 6, 2018
JOE HOLT, management & organization associate teaching professor, in a commentary piece on learning about living fully from the imminence of death.
CHICAGO TRIBUNE, NOV. 6, 2018
GIANNA BERN, associate professor of finance, on the possible effects of U.S. sanctions placed on Venezuela’s oil industry.
USA TODAY, JAN. 30, 2019