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Rapaccioli to ‘guest coach’ Fordham’s women’s basketball team

Faculty | Feb 18, 2015 |

The dean of Fordham University‘s schools of business will be wearing a different hat tonight, sitting on the bench during the Fordham women’s basketball game at Rose Hill Gymnasium. Dean Donna Rapaccioli will be the guest coach at the 7 …

Professor: Website privacy policies are ‘ineffective’

Faculty | Feb 17, 2015 |

Website user agreements are often so obtuse that customers can’t adequately understand what their exposure is when they sign up for online services, a Fordham University professor said during a recent roundtable discussion. Joel R. Reidenberg, a Fordham University law …

Aksoy appointed associate editor of Journal of Service Research

Faculty | Jan 28, 2015 |

Lerzan Aksoy, a Fordham University marketing professor and author, has been named associate editor at the Journal of Service Research. The journal is published quarterly and is considered the world’s leading journal in its field. Aksoy, who joined Fordham’s Schools of …

Conrad: Ohio State not the only winner in college football playoff

Faculty | Jan 20, 2015 |

How did the first college football championship games, which ended with Ohio State standing alone after defeating Oregon 42-20 on Jan. 12, do when it came to its format, ratings and merchandise? We turned to Mark Conrad, an associate professor …

Study: Gender difference in CFO approach to tax avoidance

Faculty | Jan 16, 2015 |

A study co-authored by two Fordham University faculty members along with two other academics indicates a sharp gender difference in how chief financial officers at large companies handle risky tax-avoidance measures. “Are Female CFOs Less Tax-Aggressive? Evidence from Tax Aggressiveness,” …

Rapaccioli honored by Italian-American women’s group

Faculty | Jan 12, 2015 |

The dean of Fordham University’s Schools of Business has been honored for her ongoing commitment to improving opportunities and educational quality for young people. The Greater New York Region of the National Organization of Italian American Women named Dean Donna …

The lessons of Scrooge for a modern business world

Faculty | Dec 24, 2014 |

The enduring image of Ebenezer Scrooge at the end of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is of the old codger enthusiastically prancing around in his pajamas after a reforming and reaffirming visit from a series of ghosts. “I am as …

Estelami mines MMA data to pinpoint peak performance

Faculty | Dec 16, 2014 |

By Claire Curry Most people seek out mixed martial arts for the spectacular victories and—quite literally—crushing defeats. Fordham marketing professor Hooman Estelami was drawn in by its statistics. Gathering data on more than 1,100 fights held over a seven-year period, Estelami mined …

Mierzejewska awarded fellowship by television executives

Faculty | Dec 15, 2014 |

A Fordham University Schools of Business professor will be getting a rare inside look at the television industry as part of a fellowship awarded to her by an industry professional organization. Bozena I. Mierzejewska, an assistant professor of communications and …

Hurley recognized for leadership in business ethics

Faculty | Dec 05, 2014 |

Robert Hurley has spent more than 20 years advocating for effective leadership, management and trust. Now his work is being recognized by a leader in the push for ethical business standards. The Ethisphere Institute has named Hurley, a professor of …

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