Kellogg in the News

CFO Magazine

Not So Anti-Trust – 09/01/10
The article profiles the Financial Trust Index, co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

Euromoney magazine

Judgement day nears for the benighted states – 09/01/10
The article notes research by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh on unfunded liabilities from state pension plans.

Harvard Business Review

Be A Better Manager: Live Abroad – 09/01/10
A profile of a study on living abroad and creativity, co-authored by Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management Adam Galinsky. The study appeared in the May 2009 issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Risk & Insurance (also appeared in IN Magazine)

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – 09/01/10
The article notes the Financial Trust Index (Wave VII results), co-authored by Professor of Finance Paola Sapienza.

WCBS-AM (New York)

09/01/10
The broadcast highlights 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.

Washington Post

On Leadership – 08/31/10
Dean Sally Blount says: A primary job of leaders in these organizations is to provide a sense of purpose, a narrative for what that organization stands for and how it contributes to making the world a better place. Their job is to help give organizational members something to believe in when they come to work each day. Read the article

NBC 5 Chicago (WMAQ-TV)

08/31/10
Professor of Management and Strategy Aaron Gellman comments on baggage screening.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek

Admissions Q&A: Northwestern – 08/30/10
Assistant Dean and Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Beth Flye talks about the admissions process at Kellogg. Read the article

Forbes (also appeared in Sydney Morning Herald)

Meet the Fastest Growing Company Ever – 08/30/10
Lecturer of Marketing Andrew Razeghi comments on Groupon’s business model.

Bloomberg Radio

08/29/10
The broadcast references a study on unfunded legacy liabilities associated with state pension plans, co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Financial Times

The careerist: Summer school – 08/29/10
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Fran Langewisch comments on student life within MBA programs.

Bloomberg Radio

08/28/10
The broadcast references a study on unfunded legacy liabilities associated with state pension plans, co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Chef (Sweden)

Smickermetoden som hjälper dig till toppen – 08/27/10
A profile of 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.

Chicago Tribune

Regulators clear United-Continental merger for takeoff – 08/27/10
Professor of Management and Strategy Aaron Gellman comments on large-scale airline deals.

4Ps Business and Marketing (India)

Who’s He Playing This Time? – 08/26/10
Clinical Professor of Marketing Tim Calkins comments on the branding issues facing Playboy Enterprises.

CNBC.com

How to Kiss Up to the Boss – 08/26/10
A profile of 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.

FOX Business Network (The Willis Report)

08/26/10
Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh discusses unfunded legacy liabilities associated with state pension plans.

Herald Sun (Australia)

Working your way up the greasy pole – 08/26/10
A profile of 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.

Medill Reports

Chicago startup investments on an upswing but still lag coasts – 08/26/10
Lecturer of Executive Programs Thomas Kuczmarski comments on entrepreneurship and innovation in Chicago.

PENGAR24 (Sweden)

Så smickrar du dig till en styrelsepost – 08/26/10
A profile of 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.