Kellogg in the News

Crain’s Chicago Business

Dual degrees can add up to an MBA twice as potent – 04/26/10
The article highlights MMM student Brian Swem’s decision to attend Kellogg to pursue a dual degree.

Crain’s Chicago Business

Tough times can make getting an eMBA degree all the more valuable – 04/26/10
Associate Dean of Executive Education Stephen Burnett comments on the increased need for people who can build and lead team effectively.

Crain’s Chicago Business

Background, impact and contact keys to acceptance – 04/26/10
Bernadette Birt discusses the desired qualities for applicants to the school’s Executive MBA Program.

Pittsburgh Cable News Channel

04/26/10
The broadcast references a study on how anti-drinking ads can increase alcohol use, co-authored by Associate Professor of Marketing Nidhi Agrawal and Indiana University Professor Adam Duhachek (Kellogg PhD ’04).

Progress Illinois

Greising Ignores Legal Dispute Over Pensions – 04/26/10
The article notes Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh’s Everything Finance blog post on state pensions.

The Atlantic (The Daily Dish blog)

How Power Increases Hypocrisy – 04/26/10
The article references a study on the moral hypocrisy of powerful people, co-authored by Morris and Alice Kaplan Professor of Ethics and Decision in Management Adam Galinsky. The study titled “Power Increases Hypocrisy: Moralizing in Reasoning, Immunity and Behavior” will appear in a forthcoming issue of Psychological Science.

Wall Street Journal

Brown-Forman Tries to Keep It in the Family – 04/26/10
The article highlights the expertise of Clinical Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences Lloyd Shefsky in consulting the Brown-Forman Corporation.

Chicago Tribune

A hot job in a tough market – 04/23/10
Clinical Professor of Management & Strategy James Shein comments on the rise of entrepreneurship during a recession.

Financial Times

MBAs form club of their own – 04/23/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

New York Times

Pension Financing Shortfall Is a Threat on the Horizon for State – 04/23/10
The article highlights a study on the funding status of state-sponsored pension plans, co-authored by Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Stacy Blackman blog

'MBA Peer School Forum' Launched By 7 Top Programs – 04/23/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

Chicago Tribune (Burns on Business blog)

Big banks rule -- now and later – 04/22/10
Clinical Professor of Finance David Stowell comments on bank regulations.

The Economist Intelligence Unit

Executive Briefing: Pensions in peril – 04/22/10
A reprint of the Kellogg Insight article, “Pensions in peril: The funding status of state-sponsored pension plans,” which is based on the research of Associate Professor of Finance Joshua Rauh.

Time.com

The Case Against Goldman Sachs – 04/22/10
The article notes a Kellogg case study on Magnetar.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek (Getting In blog)

B-School Student Presidents Form Group – 04/21/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

UPI

Rent ratio shifts sharply in some markets – 04/21/10
Professor of Accounting Information & Management Thomas Lys comments on the rent ratio in real estate markets.

Asian News International

Abstract thinkers respond better to ads depicting mixed emotions – 04/20/10
A profile of a study examining how people respond to ads with mixed emotions, co-authored by Mechthild Esser Nemmers Professor of Marketing Angela Lee.

New York Times

In Sour Home Market, Buying Often Now Beats Renting – 04/20/10
Professor of Accounting Information & Management Thomas Lys comments on the rent ratio in real estate markets.

NPR (Marketplace)

Banks focus on Goldman Sach's credit – 04/20/10
Clinical Professor of Finance David Stowell discusses the Goldman Sachs fraud charge. Listen to the interview

The Economist Intelligence Unit

Executive Briefing: Corner office compensation – 04/20/10
A reprint of the Kellogg Insight article, “Corner office compensation: Post-employment benefits explain CEO compensation,” which is based on the research of Assistant Professor of Accounting Information and Management Linda Vincent.