Kellogg in the News

The National (UAE)

New petrol price rise in effect – 07/14/10
The article notes a study on consumers’ choice for used and new cars based on gas prices and fuel-efficiency. The study is co-authored by Associate Professor of Management & Strategy Meghan Busse and John L. and Helen Kellogg Professor of Marketing Florian Zettelmeyer.

WAXQ-FM (New York)

07/14/10
The broadcast references a study on the relationship between masculine identity and food choices, authored by Assistant Professor of Marketing David Gal and Kellogg doctoral student James Wilkie. The study, “Real Men Don't Eat Quiche: Regulation of Gender-Expressive Choices by Men,” is forthcoming in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.

FOX Chicago News

07/13/10
The broadcast references research on state pensions by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

WGN-AM

07/13/10
The broadcast references a study on the relationship between masculine identity and food choices, authored by Assistant Professor of Marketing David Gal and Kellogg doctoral student James Wilkie. The study, “Real Men Don't Eat Quiche: Regulation of Gender-Expressive Choices by Men,” is forthcoming in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Crain’s Chicago Business

Chicago Public Schools bailout offers Springfield a lesson in 'parental guidance' – 07/12/10
In an opinion piece, Professor of Management & Strategy Donald Haider writes about the past financial bailouts for Chicago Public Schools.

Morningstar

Money And Mores In The Mortgage Meltdown – 07/12/10
A reprint of the Kellogg Insight article, “Money and Mores in the Mortgage Meltdown,” which is based on research by James L. Allen Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Management and Organizations Paul Hirsch.

Toronto Star

Concerned with looking tough, men opt for macho grub – 07/12/10
A profile of a study on the relationship between masculine identity and food choices, authored by Assistant Professor of Marketing David Gal and Kellogg doctoral student James Wilkie.

CaliforniaHealthline

Governor Calls for Pension Cuts as Key Element of Budget Plan – 07/09/10
The article notes research by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh on funding status of state-sponsored pension plans. Professor Rauh presented his findings at a roundtable in California, hosted by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Chicago Public Radio (Eight Forty-Eight)

Musicians Face Medical Maze – 07/09/10
Walter J. McNerney Professor of Health Industry Management David Dranove discusses musicians and healthcare.

Sacramento Bee

Willie Brown joins Schwarzenegger to argue for public pension changes – 07/09/10
The article notes research by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh on funding status of state-sponsored pension plans. Professor Rauh presented his findings at a roundtable in California, hosted by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The Connecticut Mirror

Officials challenge study showing state's pension fund going broke – 07/09/10
The article highlights a study on the funding status of state-sponsored pension plans, co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Financial Times (MBA Blog)

Welcome to the One-Year Kellogg MBA Class of 2011 – 07/08/10
In this Financial Times MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about organizing the orientation session for the incoming One-Year Kellogg MBA class.

New York Times

W. L. Ross to Buy $50 Million Stake in Sun Bancorp – 07/08/10
Clinical Professor of Finance David Stowell comments on the new federal financial regulations.

Miller-McCune

Putting the MEN in Menu – 07/07/10
A profile of a study on the relationship between masculine identity and food choices, authored by Assistant Professor of Marketing David Gal and Kellogg doctoral student James Wilkie. The study, “Real Men Don't Eat Quiche: Regulation of Gender-Expressive Choices by Men,” is forthcoming in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Financial Times (MBA Blog)

Nathan Lang MBA – 07/06/10
In this Financial Times MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang reflects on his time at Kellogg and graduation.

Financial Times (MBA Blog)

Seeing a growing start-up at work – 07/05/10
In this Financial Times MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about his visit to a startup company in Texas.

Daily Telegraph (UK)

Are expats more creative than stay-at-homers? – 07/05/10
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.

Boston Globe

A Mall for America – 07/04/10
The article highlights a study on status distinctions within nightclubs, authored by Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations Lauren Rivera.

CNN.com

Why we can't unplug on vacation – 07/02/10
From the article: Many people can't go on vacation without worrying about their inboxes. And with the advent of smartphones, it's all too easy to keep work in your pocket when you travel. "You keep business on you, so to speak, when you're trying to keep on top of everything else in your life," says Brian Uzzi, professor of leadership at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. With work and personal life integrated into smartphones -- and messages from your boss just one click away from a map of your destination -- it's difficult to separate the two, Uzzi says.

Connecticut Network (CT-N)

07/02/10
The broadcast references a study on the funding status of state-sponsored pension plans, co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.