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U.N. Ethics Office director, Joan Dubinsky, to present on February 12.
Brian Snyder '02, a marketing alum, will host the Feb. 27 event. Sophomore Jackson Jihn will present "Understanding Electronic Sound."
Business ethics Prof. Georges Enderle participates in a panel discussion about Notre Dame’s moral responsibility to support international workers’ rights and freedom of association. Story from The Observer.
Musk says that 'nanomanging' works for him, but Mendoza managment Prof. F. Asis Martinez-Jerez tells Fortune that tight managment controls lowers innovation in workers.
Konrad Billetz MBA '12 and his company, Frameri, are honored for stylish interchangeable eyeglasses that allow customers to change their frames just like changing clothes.
Inc. features research by management Prof. Timothy Judge.
An agreement on nuclear trade is aimed at establishing a lasting strategic partnership.
TOKYO (AP) — From the prime minister to ordinary people, Japanese were shocked Sunday at a video purportedly showing one of two Japanese hostages of the extremist Islamic State group had been killed.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Winners by far in last fall's elections, Republicans now demand bipartisanship from President Barack Obama as their due and the voters' desire.
A winter storm spread freezing rain and snow and snarled traffic from the Middle Atlantic states into New England on Saturday, and forecasters said they expected a second system to lash the region early next week. Winter storm warnings remained in place for parts of New England, with up to 8 inches (20 cm) of snow expected in the area overnight as the storm system headed east, said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Brian Hurley in College Park, Maryland.