Kellogg in the News

Financial Times

Bridging the gap: new uses for management skills – 10/25/10
The article notes the school’s partnership with Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) through the Executive MBA Program.

KGO-TV (San Francisco)

Study: 4 Bay Area counties in pension predicament – 10/25/10
The broadcast highlights a study which estimates $574 billion in unfunded liabilities from municipal pension plans. The study is co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh. The segment also appeared on KOFY-TV (San Francisco).

MarketWatch

Tougher appraisal standards coming soon Dodd-Frank rules aim at fairer property valuations – 10/25/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

Crain’s Chicago Business (Taking Names blog)

Northwestern student's life is played out in Facebook movie – 10/24/10
The article profiles JD-MBA student Divya Narendra and his portrayal in ‘The Social Network.’ The article also notes his current Internet venture SumZero.

Daily Telegraph (UK)

Fast food restaurants 'not to blame' for American obesity – 10/24/10
A profile of a study examining the connection between fast food restaurants and obesity, co-authored by Assistant Professor of Finance David Matsa.

New York Times

Profiling for a Seat – 10/24/10
Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations Robert Livingston comments on stereotyping.

Fox Business Network (The Strategy Room)

10/22/10
The broadcast highlights a study which estimates $574 billion in unfunded liabilities from municipal pension plans. The study is co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

CBS Moneywatch

It’s About Power: Explaining Brett Favre — and Your Lousy Boss – 10/22/10
Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management Adam Galinsky discusses moral hypocrisy among celebrities and executives.

FOX Business

Pranksters Deal Out Corporate Headaches – 10/22/10
From the article: Experts say these [corporate] spoofs can damage a company’s brand, cost them money in legal and PR battles and distract them from their main objectives. “In a worst-case scenario, one of these stories begins to take on a life of its own and then it’s very hard for companies to regain control of the conversation,” said Tim Calkins, a marketing professor at Northwestern University.

HousingWire

Financial system trust down with Dodd-Frank dissatisfaction – 10/22/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

National Mortgage Professional Magazine

Dodd-Frank a Dud With the American Public – 10/22/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

Strategy+Business

The Role of Flattery in Boardroom Appointments – 10/22/10
The article profiles a study which cites seven types of ingratiation that increase boardroom prospects for top executives, co-authored by Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Ithai Stern.

The State

SC state retirement fund on borrowed time – 10/22/10
The article highlights findings by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh on unfunded liabilities from South Carolina’s pension plan.

Börsekurier (Austria)

Hedge Fonds besser als erwartet – 10/21/10
Harry G. Guthmann Professor of Finance Robert Korajczyk discusses the performance of hedge funds during the financial crisis at the WU Gutmann Center for Portfolio Management in Vienna.

Financial Times (Alphaville blog)

A matter of (not having any) trust – 10/21/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

Fortune

Everyone Hates Dodd-Frank – 10/21/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

Medill Reports

Illinois pension funds running out of money, study says – 10/21/10
The article highlights a study which estimates $574 billion in unfunded liabilities from municipal pension plans. The study is co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Wall Street Journal (Real Time Economics blog)

Financial Regulation Overhaul Draws Weak Public Support – 10/21/10
The article highlights the Financial Trust Index (Wave VIII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

BusinessNewsDaily

Power Shopping: Why Babying Your Customers Isn't Always Wise – 10/20/10
The article features a study which reveals that people who feel powerful when they're buying spend more on themselves and less on others. The study is authored by Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management Adam Galinsky, Associate Professor of Marketing Derek Rucker and Kellogg doctoral candidate David Dubois.

Marketing Magazine (UK)

Helen Edwards on Branding: No clear line of insight – 10/20/10
The article notes a study which examines consumer insights. The study is authored by Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation Clinical Professor of Technology Mohanbir Sawhney.