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New York Times

Wheelies: The Ask and You Shall Receive Edition – 06/14/13
The article highlights Kellogg School research revealing how gender impacts the price customers are quoted at auto repair shops. The study, conducted in partnership with AutoMD, is co-authored by J. L. and Helen Kellogg Professor of Marketing Florian Zettelmeyer, Associate Professor of Management and Strategy Meghan Busse and PhD student Ayelet Israeli.

The Atlantic

Auto-Repair Shops Tend to Overcharge Women, Except When They Don't – 06/14/13
The article highlights Kellogg School research revealing how gender impacts the price customers are quoted at auto repair shops. The study, conducted in partnership with AutoMD, is co-authored by J. L. and Helen Kellogg Professor of Marketing Florian Zettelmeyer, Associate Professor of Management and Strategy Meghan Busse and PhD student Ayelet Israeli.

Business Insider

People Just Compare Their Cash Bonuses, And Usually End Up Unhappy – 06/06/13
A reprint of the Kellogg Insight article "Would You Like Your Bonus in Cash Or Cake?" which is based on the research of Professor of Marketing Neal Roese and doctoral student Jingjing Ma revealing that less "countable" rewards are often more satisfying.

Bloomberg Businessweek (Getting In blog)

No Mini-Fridge Left Behind: MBA's Business Recycles Dorm Room Junk – 06/04/13
The article profiles Move In Move Out, a nonprofit startup founded by founded by Steven To `13, Christina Wang, ’13, and Narumol Jamsai, ‘13. The organization collects unneeded items from graduating students as they move out of dormitories, and resells the them to incoming students in the fall with proceeds going to charity.

Daily Northwestern

Kellogg nonprofit looks to resell students' secondhand belongings – 05/30/13
The article profiles Move In Move Out, a nonprofit startup founded by founded by Steven To, `13, Christina Wang, ’13, and Narumol Jamsai, ‘13. The organization collects unneeded items from graduating students as they move out of dormitories, and resells the them to incoming students in the fall with proceeds going to charity.

Beat the GMAT

Kellogg School Wins 2013 International Impact Investing Challenge – 05/20/13
The article notes that Outcomes Innovation Capital team from Kellogg, including William “BJ” Bronston `13, Rebecca Johnson `13, Ratula “Milly” Shome `13 and Nikki Tyler `13 won the 2013 International Impact Investing Challenge, a competition for MBA students to present investment strategies that create both sustainable impact and financial returns. The event is co-hosted by the Kellogg School.

The Daily Northwestern

In Focus: Downtown Evanston looks beyond restaurant scene for economic boon – 05/20/13
The article notes a case study by Kellogg students including Seth Capron `13, which used downtown Evanston as the basis for an evaluation of the effectiveness of TIF districts.

Bnet.com.au

Jim Cramer still won't make you rich – 05/15/13
The article notes Kellogg School research revealing how buy and sell recommendations by Jim Cramer of "Mad Money" affect stock performance.

Bloomberg Businessweek

A Better Way to Build a Lithium Ion Battery? – 04/30/13
The article profiles SiNode Systems, a clean tech startup led by Kellogg students Guy Peterson, Samir Mayekar and Nishit Mehta. The SiNode team, which won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan competition commercialized an anode for lithium-ion batteries that allows the battery to charge more quickly and hold a charge longer than current technology.

Daily Northwestern

Kellogg implements new tablet program – 04/22/13
The article explores an initiative led by Kellogg student Sam Sung `13 in partnership with Kellogg administration to pilot the use of tablets and other technology in a classroom setting.

Entrepreneur

3 Promising Green Startups Attracting Millions From Investors – 04/22/13
The article highlights NuMat Technologies, a startup company led by Kellogg JD-MBA students Ben Hernandez ’13 and Tabrez Ebrahim ’13.

Crain's Chicago Business

Northwestern teams sweep Rice biz-plan competition – 04/15/13
The article notes that SiNode Systems, a clean tech startup led by Kellogg students Guy Peterson, Samir Mayekar and Nishit Mehta, won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan competition. The SiNode team commercialized an anode for lithium-ion batteries that allows the battery to charge more quickly and hold a charge longer than current technology.

Evanston Now

NU teams win over $1M in business plan competition – 04/15/13
The article notes that SiNode Systems, a clean tech startup led by Kellogg students Guy Peterson, Samir Mayekar and Nishit Mehta, won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan competition. The SiNode team commercialized an anode for lithium-ion batteries that allows the battery to charge more quickly and hold a charge longer than current technology.

GMAT Club

Kellogg School Wins 2013 International Impact Investing Challenge – 04/15/13
The article notes that Outcomes Innovation Capital team from Kellogg, including William “BJ” Bronston `13, Rebecca Johnson `13, Ratula “Milly” Shome `13 and Nikki Tyler `13 won the 2013 International Impact Investing Challenge, a competition for MBA students to present investment strategies that create both sustainable impact and financial returns. The event is co-hosted by the Kellogg School. From the article: “This challenge provides a platform for graduate students to create and pitch high-performance, high-reward and high-impact investment strategies to prospective institutional investors,” said Jamie Jones, director of social entrepreneurship at Kellogg.

Houston Business Journal

Rice business plan winners look to future of batteries, biotech — Slideshow – 04/14/13
The article notes that SiNode Systems, a clean tech startup led by Kellogg students Guy Peterson, Samir Mayekar and Nishit Mehta, won the grand prize at the Rice Business Plan competition. The SiNode team commercialized an anode for lithium-ion batteries that allows the battery to charge more quickly and hold a charge longer than current technology.

Bloomberg Businessweek (Getting In blog)

MBAs: Why Hire When You Can Rent by the Hour? – 04/11/13
The article notes the participation of a Kellogg School student in HourlyNerd, a startup through which businesses can hire MBA students on an hourly basis.

Financial Times

Research? Most people cannot understand it – 04/07/13
The article highlights Lecturer of Marketing Andrew Razeghi's practice of publishing his research through SlimBooks, a platform developed by Kellogg student Casey Bankord, as an innovative way for academics to share their work.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago-based LuminAID Lab wins Clean Energy Challenge – 04/04/13
The artice notes NuMat Technologies, a startup company led by Kellogg JD-MBA students Ben Hernandez ’13 and Tabrez Ebrahim ’13, as the winner of the 2012 Clean Energy Challenge.

Exim Bank

40 MBA students of Kellogg School Management, Northwestern University, Chicago to visit Eximbank – 03/27/13
The article highlights a trip to Vietnam by a group of Kellogg students, led by Clinical Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Trinh Kim Chi, as part of the GIM Southeast Asia class for part-time students.

New York Times

What Are You Doing to Fix India’s Broken Education System? – 03/25/13
In this op-ed piece, Kellogg student Rakesh Mani writes about inequity in India's education system.