|November 26, 2014 |
|Too little sleep poses long-term health risks|
Researchers are just beginning to understand the long-term consequences of a lifetime of those rough mornings -- and it doesn't look good. Research by Christopher Barnes, assitant professor of management, is cited.
|November 13, 2014 |
|Is Your Boss the Worst? Here's Why |
If you’re besieged by a cranky boss, there may a culprit besides a bad attitude. Christopher Barnes, assistant professor of management, is interviewed about his latest research.
|November 12, 2014 |
|The Willpower Gene|
Does DNA shape the ability to save money? Research by Stephan Siegel, associate professor of finance, is highlighted.
|November 09, 2014 |
|Alibaba's Jack Ma Has: $30 Billion, an Odd Relationship With Investors and No Coding Skills |
Bloomberg profiles Jack Ma, CEO of Alibaba. A conversation between Ma and Xiao-Ping Chen, professor of management, is quoted.
|November 03, 2014 |
Columnist Nicole Brodeur highlights Foster's Business Leadership Celebration.
|September 28, 2014 |
New York Times
|How Ads Can Push Too Hard|
People like to associate with brands that reflect how they see themselves. That’s an axiom of advertising. But a study published in the Journal of Consumer Research says ads like these can backfire. Mark Forehand, professor of marketing, is quoted.
|September 24, 2014 |
Wall Street Journal
|Making Excuses That Actually Work|
Wall Street Journal columnist Sue Shellenbarger looks at how excuses used the right way can save the day on the job. Ryan Fehr, assistant professor of management, is quoted.
|September 19, 2014 |
Poets & Quants
|Business School Case Tournaments: Why You Should Compete|
Case competitions are not new to business schools. But the experience these contests provide boosts self-confidence, sharpens communication and presentation skills, and gives students a leg up on others in landing a job. Foster's Global Business Case Competition is highlighted.
|September 17, 2014 |
|Alibaba's Jack Ma: From 'crazy' to China's richest man|
Revealing his ambition, Jack Ma says Alibaba will last 102 years so the Internet empire he founded in 1999 can span three centuries. An interview between Ma and Xiao-Ping Chen, professor of management and organization, is cited.