Kellogg in the News

Crain's Chicago Business

How we can become an entrepreneurial mecca – 03/24/17
Article references Professor Daniel Aobdia’s research, which found evidence that U.S.-educated workers who stay in the country after graduation actually benefit the economy by taking jobs others don't want.


How to Sell Your Business--and Keep It Too – 03/24/17
Article quotes Professor Alexander Chernev, who says that at some point established companies have to adopt some startup thinking. "It forces you to look at the world as a changing place,” he says.


Why Hiring a New CEO Can Be Really Difficult – 03/24/17
Audio clip features commentary from Professor Thomas Lys, who discusses why companies have trouble putting a succession plan in place for CEOs.

Poets & Quants

Adcoms’ Must-Reads For Incoming MBAs​ – 03/24/17
Article discusses the books that incoming MBA students should read prior to starting their MBA, quoting Assistant Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid Kate Smith on Clinical Professor Mohanbir Sawhney’s book “Fewer, Bigger, Bolder”.

Associated Press

Retirement dreams fizzle for some with 'Obamacare' repeal – 03/22/17
Article explains how the Republican proposal would allow insurers to charge older customers five times as much as younger ones, while cutting the size of tax credits for many, quoting Professor Craig Garthwaite on how the combination of those two factors is going to result in a meaningful increase in costs. Also covered in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune,, US News & World Report, Business Insider, and New York Times.


Why You Should Make a Career Jump When Others Think It’s a Mistake – 03/22/17
Article by Dean Sally Blount explains why you need to think less about brand, status, and what others think you “should” do and instead focus on finding a job that aligns with the person you want to become.


The German Art of the Deal – 03/18/17
Article by Adjunct Professor Philip Levy explains how even if one is inclined to be charitable in interpreting the President’s theories, there are layers of serious problems with the contention that trade surpluses are the result of great trade deals.


Here's what the White House can do to dismantle Obamacare even if Congress doesn't go along – 03/17/17
Article explains what Tom Price, the chairman of House Budget Committee, can and can’t do to roll back regulations from Obamacare, quoting Professor Craig Garthwaite on the ACA requirement that every plan include 10 essential health benefits.

USA Today

Prescription drug costs are up; So are TV ads promoting them – 03/16/17
Article examines how advertising costs for prescription drugs are increasing, quoting Professor Amanda Starc on how “Drugmakers don’t care ‘whether it’s a rare, expensive drug or a popular cheap drug’…They’re looking at the marginal return on advertising. A small number of customers spending a lot or a big number spending a little.”

AMI Magazine

What Will the ACHA do to Medicaid? – 03/15/17
Professor Joel Shalowitz discusses the role of block grants in administering Medicaid.

Chicago Tonight (WTTW)

Republican Health Care Reform Bill Struggling – 03/15/17
Professor Amanda Starc discusses the repeal-and-replace effort on Chicago Tonight.


CBO Report: 14 Million More People Uninsured by 2018 Under GOP Healthcare Plan – 03/14/17
Professor Craig Garthwaite discusses the CBO report for Politics Tonight on CLTV.


The Non-Existent Trade Threat To U.S. Sovereignty – 03/14/17
Article by Adjunct Professor Philip Levy discusses how the Trump administration drew headlines in the media when it declared that a key tenet of its trade policy would be to defend U.S. sovereignty.


With An Eye On Viewer-In-Chief Trump, Advertisers Drink Up 'Morning Joe' – 03/13/17
Article explains how advertisers seeking to speak directly to Trump pay more to feature their products where Trump is most likely to see them, and quotes Professor Derek Rucker who says, “If an individual is important enough, then his or her viewing an ad may really matter…It may be worth it to spend the money to target them.”


Republican health plan to make millions more uninsured: U.S. congressional report – 03/13/17
Article discusses how according to the nonpartisan U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 14 million Americans would lose medical insurance by next year under a Republican plan to dismantle Obamacare, quoting Professor Craig Garthwaite who explains that the CBO estimates are only making it harder for Republicans to sell their proposal. Craig also discussed this topic on CLTV – Politics Tonight and Bloomberg.


Why Nike’s ‘Pro Hijab’ Is More Than Just Politics – 03/11/17
Article by Associate Dean for Leadership Development Bernard Banks explains that Nike’s ‘Pro Hijab’ campaign should not be viewed as a political statement following Trump’s immigration ban, but rather as a business move to reach new female consumers in the Middle East.


Why 'Not Invented Here' Is Never Heard At The Most Innovative Companies​ – 03/09/17
Article by Adjunct Professor Harold Sirkin explains how leaders must not only have the ability to identify new ideas and technologies that could help propel their companies, but they must also be willing to embrace these ideas regardless of the source.

Crain's Chicago Business

Why the GOP's health care bill is a prescription for trouble in Illinois – 03/08/17
Article by Professor Joel Shalowitz explains how the health care plan unveiled by House Republicans to replace much of the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act will hit many Illinois residents particularly hard given the state's fiscal problems—with impact felt the most by the state's poorest citizens who would face reductions in affordability and access to care.


Why the GOP Healthcare Bill Is a Giant Step Backward – 03/07/17
Article by Professor Craig Garthwaite discusses the three “legs” of the insurance market and why the GOP healthcare bill falls short because it refuses to acknowledge the reality of the health markets it faces.

New York Magazine

Here Is an Interesting Way to Measure How People Dehumanize Other Groups – 03/07/17
Article highlights one of Assistant Professor Nour Kteily's most interesting and important innovations: a tool that gauge’s people’s tendency to engage in dehumanization by simply asking them the question directly.