Tech Tips of the Week - November 13, 2017
Tech Tips of the Week - November 13, 2017
Tech Tips of the Week - November 13, 2017
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EMBA Preview Day

Location: University of Notre Dame

Time: 12/9/2017 8:00 AM


MSM Application Q&A Webinar

Location: Online

Time: 12/18/2017 6:00 PM


Inside the MBA - Boston

Location: Sheraton Boston, 39 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02149

Time: 1/16/2018 6:30 PM


Inside the MBA - New York

Location: The Westin NYC Times Square, 270 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036

Time: 1/18/2018 6:30 PM

College News

ND MBA team wins international case competition

November 15

Mendoza candidates prevail over teams from 10 top universities.

Notre Dame establishes Office of Military and Veterans Affairs

November 15

The Notre Dame MBA enrolls 38 veterans through the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Amazon’s Latest Challenge: Building a House of [Meaningful] Brands

November 14

Branding expert Carol Phillips, an adjunct marketing professor, examines Amazon's private labels.

New study shows disadvantage for firms possessing celebrity and status

November 14

Research by Timothy Hubbard, assistant management professor, explains how social approval assets can affect stakeholder perception.

IT professor wins 'young researcher' award

November 13

Idris Adjerid studies the economics of privacy and the impact of health information technology on patient outcomes and health-care costs. 

God, Country, Notre Dame

November 13

Read about Mendoza students and a staff member who represent each of the five branches of the United States Military:

Veterans Day History & Heritage

November 10

The relationship between Notre Dame and the U.S. Military is deeply rooted in tradition, honor and respect.

Here's the real problem for tech companies trying to fix the fake news crisis

November 6

Social media platforms can't dwell on last year's fake news battles, technology expert Timothy Carone writes for CNBC.

Why Powell is not as safe a choice for Fed Chair as the markets think

November 2

International finance expert Jeffrey Bergstrand says Jerome Powell is a risky choice for the economy.

Russia meddling mess will cost tech giants big bucks to fix

November 2

Cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple says artificial intelligence isn't the only solution to fixing problems with misleading social media advertising.



Trump Hated Low Interest Rates. Then He Became President

November 2

Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand says Trump may have changed his mind after his prediction of inflation didn't happen.

Study: CEOs Who Invest In Social Responsibility Initiatives Risk Their Jobs

November 1

Timothy Hubbard, assistant professor of Management & Organization, discusses his research with NPR.

Broad experience a double-edged sword for entrepreneurs seeking investors, study shows

October 25

Certain business environments aren't friendly to jacks-of-all-trades, according to research by Mike Mannor, associate professor of Management & Organization.

Notre Dame receives first-of-its-kind $100 million unrestricted commitment from entrepreneur Kenn Ricci

October 25

Ricci is a 1978 accountancy graduate.

Not at home? Amazon wants to come in and drop off packages

October 25

Technology expert Tim Carone says the service likely will be better received by young families, who are not as concerned about privacy as older generations.

Detroit Startup Ash & Erie Win $100K Investment at 'Shark Tank'

October 23

Billionaire Mark Cuban backs clothing startup cofounded by Mendoza alum Eric Huang (MGTE '13).

Irish Impact conference will focus on ‘wicked’ problems

October 17

The 2017 Irish Impact Conference, “A Foresight Forum: To Explore Tomorrow's Wicked Problems,” will be held Oct. 26-27, at the Mendoza College of Business.

When Doing Good Ends Badly for CEOs

October 17

CEOs of socially responsible companies are 84% more likely to be fired than other CEOs, according to research by Timothy Hubbard, assistant professor of Management & Organization.

Mendoza professor ranks No. 1 for entrepreneurship research

October 16

Dean Shepherd, a Management & Organization professor at the Mendoza College of Business, was identified as the leading scholar in worldwide academic entrepreneurship research in a recent study published in Journal of Small Business Management.

'Shark Tank' passed on his company. Now John Tabis is trying to disrupt the flower industry, one bouquet at a time

October 13

Bouqs founders John Tabis (FIN '00) and Juan Pablo Montufar (MBA '07) are changing the way we buy flowers.


NYT News

Charles Manson, Keystone XL, Jana Novotna: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Listen to ‘The Daily’: How Trump Is Reshaping the Judiciary

Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel, helped President Trump map out a strategy of judicial appointments. Republican lawyers and lawmakers are working together to install conservative judges at a rate not seen in decades.

New York Today: How Did the Subways Get So Bad?

Why so much overcrowding? We investigated. Monday: An investigation examining the root of our subway woes, the Secret Science Club, and things to be thankful for.

Charles Manson Dies at 83; Wild-Eyed Leader of a Murderous Crew

Mr. Manson became one of the most notorious killers of the 20th century after his followers brutally murdered seven people in 1969, including the actress Sharon Tate.

What Became of the Manson Family?

Charles Manson in a Los Angeles court in 1971. Most of Charles Manson’s followers were young women who had fled middle-class homes. Here’s a look at where they are now.

Behind Mugabe’s Rapid Fall: A Firing, a Feud and a First Lady

President Robert Mugabe inspecting an honor guard at a Heroes Day event held at National Heroes Acre in Zimbabwe in August. Robert Mugabe’s rule in Zimbabwe went unchallenged for 37 years, but in just a few days, he was largely stripped of power. The chain of events leading to his fall started with firing a vice president.

Robert Mugabe, in Speech to Zimbabwe, Refuses to Say if He Will Resign

Party leaders had given the president until noon Monday to resign or face impeachment, but he said he would preside over a party congress in a few weeks.

Will Cutting the Health Mandate Pay for Tax Cuts? Not Necessarily

Alexia Manon Senior says she would not drop her health insurance even if the Affordable Care Act’s so-called individual mandate were repealed. Americans dislike the requirement that everyone have health insurance. But eliminating it doesn’t mean that they’d stop buying coverage — or accepting subsidies.

In Race Against Roy Moore, Democratic Candidate Is Mostly on His Own

Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Alabama, took photos with supporters before a campaign event in Birmingham, Ala., on Saturday. Alabama Democrats see a rare chance of victory in the Senate special election. But the party is too diminished to give its candidate, Doug Jones, much help.

Quandary for Alabama Pastors: What to Say About Roy Moore

Congregants at the Church of the Highlands in the Birmingham suburbs heard a sermon on Sunday about being lost and found by God, but the scandal roiling the Alabama Senate race did not come up. Appalled by the allegations against the Senate candidate, but hesitant to alienate churchgoers who support him, many ministers steered clear of the race in Sunday sermons.

Quote of the Day

The Lord never tires of forgiving. It is we who tire of asking for forgiveness.

Pope Francis