Meir Statman: Save Money. That's An Order : Money Magazine
Behavioral Economist and Santa Clara finance professor Meir Statman spoke with Money Magazine about his proposal for mandated retirement savings.
Kirthi Kalyanam : Google Store : NPR's Marketplace
Kirthi Kalyanam, Professor of Marketing, spoke to NPR's Marketplace about rumors that Google will open retail stores like Apple, a story that ran on more than a half-dozen NPR stations including KQED, Southern California's KPCC and Nevada Public Radio.
Terri Griffith : #Women140 : Silicon Valley Business Journal
Terri Griffith, Professor of Management, was featured on #Women140, a list of 10 top Bay Area women on Twitter, by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Chuck Byers : Tesla : ABC7
Chuck Byers, Professor of Marketing, appeared on ABC7 news about Tesla's battle with the New York Times.
Alex Field : Boom or Bust : NBC Bay Area
Alex Field, Michel and Mary Orradre Professor of Economics, spoke to NBC Bay Area about mixed economic signals for the near future.
Robert Hendershott : Where's the Love for Apple and Facebook? : NBC Bay Area
Robert Hendershott, Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University went on NBC Bay Area's Press:Here show to explain the confusing stock movements of investor darlings Apple and Facebook, as well as some like Netflix, Amazon.com and Google.
Andy Tsay : Keys to Innovation : Mercury News
Andy Tsay, OMIS faculty, discussed teaching innovation with Mercury News columnist Mike Cassidy.
Barry Posner : Who Do You Trust? : Forbes
Work by Management Professor Barry Posner and co-author Jim Kouzes was highlighted in Forbes column about leadership trustworthiness.
Ye Cai : Entrepreneurs Make Better VCs : Forbes
A study indicating entrepreneurs make better VCs by Finance faculty YeCai, was featured in Forbes.
Alexander Field : Top Ten Paper : Social Science Research Network
“Economic Growth and Recovery in the United States: 1919 – 1941,” a working paper by economics professor Alexander Field, was recently listed in two Top Ten downloaded papers rankings, as measured by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).