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Business Newsmakers

Faculty, alumni, students, and friends of the Leavey School of Business in the news.

  •  Barry Posner: Leadership Challenge: CEO Talk Radio

    Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011
    Barry Posner, Professor of Leadership at Santa Clara University, was recently featured on Robert G. Barnwell's podcast CEO Talk Radio.
  •  John Ifcher and Homa Zarghamee: Emotion's Role in Decision- making: Freakonomics

    Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011
    John Ifcher, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics, and Homa Zarghamee, Assistant Professor of Economics were recently quoted in a New York Times blog called Freakonomics.
  •  Alexander J. Field : Stock Exchanges Historic Control of Data : Wall Street Journal

    Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011
    Stock exchanges "newest" line of business--market data--isn't new at all, according to Alex Field, leading economic historian and Orradre Professor of Economics at SCU. He was recently quoted by a Wall Street Journal reporter writing about the pending merger of the New York Stock Exchange and Deutsche Borse AG.
  •  Alexander J. Field : Critique of GOP's Economists Advice : Associated Press

    Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011
    Alex Field, the Orradre Professor of Economics, told the Associated Press that spending cuts should be pursued when economies are strong, not weak, as 150 economists signed a letter to House Speaker John Boehner urging cuts in federal spending.
  •  Hersh Shefrin : Bank Systems & Technology

    Monday, Feb. 14, 2011
    Hersh Shefrin, Mario L. Belotti Professor of Finance, says willpower isn't enough when it comes to sticking to a budget. The article, "Americans Misjudge When It Comes to Spending", appeared in Bank Systems & Technology, an industry online publication that reported Chase Bank's survey finding American consumers are mistaken about their ability to spend less and follow a budget.
  •  Mary Furlong : AARP Conference Panel Moderator

    Monday, Feb. 14, 2011
    Mary Furlong, Executive Professor of Entrepreneurship, moderated a panel with an audience of 7,000 people at the AARP conference held in Orlando, Florida this past September.
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