Former Treasury Secretary Paulson: In hindsight, 'the big decisions we made were the right ones'
"No institution is too big to fail," former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson told a Kellogg School audience Jan. 18. But many are too big to liquidate quickly if they run into trouble.
Pension pitfalls: Professor Joshua Rauh testifies on risks of 'hidden debt'
Associate Finance Professor Joshua Rauh testified before members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Feb. 14, addressing the risk of state and municipal bankruptcy from underfunded pension liabilities.
Alumni honor two outstanding Kellogg students and meet NY Yankees Manager Joe Girardi '86
With an awe-inspiring view of Yankee Stadium before them, more than 100 Northwestern alumni gathered Jan. 19 at the Legends Suite Club in New York City for a talk by fellow alum and New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi '86.
The Kellogg Debates: In a new series, faculty-student teams face off over issues of global concern
Professor and moderator David Besanko surveyed the roomful of students at a recent debate on immigration and couldn't help but notice the international diversity so typical of any Kellogg group.
Global Initiatives in Management
In March, hundreds of Kellogg students spent two weeks exploring the business landscape in a dozen countries around the world through the Global Initiatives in Management program (GIM).
A ringing success
Thanks to a joint effort by the Kellogg School and Kellogg Alumni Club of New York, Dean Sally Blount joined a group of alumni to ring the Jan. 14 closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.