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Washington Post puts Prof. Hurley’s book on “best” list

Faculty, Stories | Dec 20, 2011 |

One of the nation’s largest and most respected newspapers has bestowed a laurel on the new book by Professor Robert Hurley of the management area, titled The Decision to Trust. The Washington Post chose Hurley’s volume as one of its …

BookTalk: Professor Bob Hurley discusses trust, 12.14.2011

Faculty, Featured Events, Stories | Dec 01, 2011 |

How much do you trust corporations right now? Do you trust our government? Do you trust your health-insurance company, the administration of your university, or your financial services representative? Certain individuals and organizations are skilled at cultivating trust, based on …

Prof. Yuan Xie’s research in Journal of Financial Economics

Areas of Study, Faculty, Finance, Stories | Nov 30, 2011 |

Accounting professor Yuan Xie and two colleagues from other universities will publish important research about bond ratings in the next edition of the prestigious Journal of Financial Economics. Congratulations to Dr. Xie from all of us at the Fordham Schools of …

Team including Prof. Aksoy wins innovation award

Areas of Study, Faculty, Marketing, Stories | Nov 09, 2011 |

Big ideas tend to shake things up. Hence the name of the Disruptive Innovation Awards given out to cutting-edge marketing ideas by Next Gen Market Research — the winners are people whose thoughts are groundbreaking enough to change the nature …

Fordham’s CDT garners wide press coverage

Areas of Study, Faculty, IT / Information Systems, Stories | Oct 26, 2011 |

National and regional business media have taken note of last week’s launch of the Center for Digital Transformation, a faculty center overseen by Professor RP Raghupathi that aims to understand how digital technology can contribute to improvements in society and …

Prof. Hurley publishes essay in Wall Street Journal

Faculty, Stories | Oct 24, 2011 |

The Fordham business faculty’s resident expert on corporate trust, Professor Robert Hurley, published an essay in the October 24 Wall Street Journal that offers concrete steps companies can use to improve their trustworthiness. In the Journal piece, Professor Hurley argues …

Ahir Gopaldas, marketing instructor, wins doctoral competition

Areas of Study, Faculty, Marketing, Stories | Oct 04, 2011 |

Ahir Gopaldas, visiting instructor of marketing, is this year’s winner of the Marketing Management Association’s Outstanding Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Competition. This international competition is open to doctoral students from all institutions. It recognizes academic achievement and future promise in classroom instruction …

Center for Digital Transformation launches 10.19.2011

Areas of Study, Faculty, Featured Events, IT / Information Systems, Stories | Sep 28, 2011 |

Further raising Fordham’s contribution to business scholarship and dialogue, Professor R.P. Raghupathi’s Center for Digital Transformation will launch on October 19, 2011 — with a special forum on analytics sponsored by IBM. The Center for Digital Transformation joins Fordham’s 10 …

Professor Hurley’s book makes CIO fall reading list

Faculty, Stories | Sep 23, 2011 |

The Decision to Trust, the new book by Professor Robert F. Hurley of the management systems area, has been named to the fall reading list of CIO Insight magazine. Click here to see the full list of this season’s recommended …

Gabelli students teach professor a lesson in marketing

Areas of Study, Faculty, Marketing, Stories | Sep 22, 2011 |

Beth Egan, a Gabelli adjunct professor, published a great column on the advertising/marketing industry web site Adotas.com about how her Fordham students taught her a great deal about marketing to today’s teenagers and college students. “I entered Duane 351 at Fordham …


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