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After eight years, Disney is still the happiest place on earth for Brian Jeselnick.
A textbook author and novelist himself, Bamford reads everything from C-suite classics to Stephen King.
Story in The Observer recounts standing-room-only visit by "Mr. Wonderful," Kevin O'Leary.
The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame has named the Reverend David Tyson, C.S.C.…
Forbes covers third annual Notre Dame Marketing Collaboration Group.
Mendoza professors Bill McDonald and Timothy Loughran recently won the inaugural Hillcrest Behavioral Finance Award for their paper, “The Use of Word Lists in Textual Analysis."
Tensions eased in the St Louis suburb after two nights of violence.
A winter storm that wreaked travel chaos across the US northeast wound down Thursday, but hundreds of thousands of people were left without power on the Thanksgiving holiday. About 300,000 people suffered power outages in the wake of the storm, Accuweather.com reported. Hard-hit areas included New Hampshire, where the public utility company said about 174,000 were affected as of noon Thursday. Central Maine Power said 74,000 customers were without electricity.
By Nick Tattersall and Ece Toksabay ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Pope Francis begins a visit to Turkey on Friday with the delicate mission of strengthening ties with Muslim leaders while condemning violence against Christians and other minorities in the Middle East. His three-day trip comes as Islamic State insurgents have captured swathes of Iraq and Syria just over Turkey's southern borders, declaring an Islamic caliphate and killing or driving out Shi'ite Muslims, Christians and others who do not share their ultra-radical brand of Sunni Islam. ...
NEW YORK (AP) — Early-bird shoppers headed to stores on Thanksgiving in what's becoming a new holiday tradition.