Jay I. Sinha | August 3, 2015 | MIT Management Review
The Risks and Rewards of Brand Personification Using Social Media Associate Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management Dr. Jay I. Sinha recently published an article in MIT Management Review on the role played by social media in branding of a company or a specific product.
Brad Greenwood | Sunil Wattal | July 31, 2015 – August 7, 2015 | Multiple Press Outlets
Brad Greenwood and Sunil Wattal’s research has press coverageDr. Brad Greenwood and Dr. Sunil Wattal of the Management Information Systems Department have had their working paper, titled “Show Me the Way to Go Home: An Empirical Investigation of Ride Sharing and Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Homicide,” discussed in multiple press outlets. The research has been […]
William A. Graham selected as recipient of 19th annual Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership
Temple University’s Fox School of Business will award William A. “Bill” Graham IV the 2015 Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership – the school’s highest honor, for outstanding achievement, leadership, and commitment to the community by a distinguished member of industry. Graham will be honored at the 19th annual Musser Award reception and dinner Nov. […]
Darin Kapanjie | August 1, 2015 | Philadelphia Business Journal
5 ways Philadelphia is getting smarter about higher education PBJ identified “five ways Philadelphia is getting smarter about higher education.” For the story, the reporter spoke with Dr. Darin Kapanjie, Academic Director of Fox’s No. 1-ranked Online MBA program, and Managing Director of Online and Digital Learning at Fox, who extolled the benefits of peer-to-peer […]
Brad Greenwood | Sunil Wattal | August 1, 2015 | Associated Press
Fiat cybersecurity issues could spread, NHTSA chief says According to recent research by Management Information Systems professors Dr. Brad Greenwood and Dr. Sunil Wattal, new transportation services like UberX could reduce the rates of drunken-driving related deaths. Their research findings were published in multiple media outlets, like the Washington Post, after being picked up and […]
Samuel D. Hodge | July 30, 2015 | Temple 10-Q
Temple Law Hosts First Mini-MBA CLE Temple’s Business Law magazine, a semi-regularly online publication, recapped a recent offering of the Mini-MBA. Dr. Samuel D. Hodge, Chair of Fox’s Legal Studies department, spoke to the weekend-long executive education program, made possible through a partnership between the Beasley School of Law and the Fox School of Business.
Stuart Fine | July 22, 2015 | WHYY NewsWorks
U.S. News rankings help hospitals toot their own horns On the heels of U.S. News’ latest nationwide hospital rankings, WHYY appealed to Dr. Stuart Fine, Associate Professor of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management, Director of Fox’s Healthcare Management Programs, and former healthcare CEO, offered his take on why these rankings are significant.
Angelika Dimoka | July 15, 2015 | Roger Dooley’s Neuroscience Marketing
Print vs. Digital: Another Emotional Win for Paper Director of Temple University’s Center for Neural Decision Making (CNDM) Dr. Angelika Dimoka and fellow CNDM researchers recently found that physical, print advertisements were able to activate a part of the brain that’s closely associated with desire and value. The team of researchers also found that test […]
Darin Kapanjie | July 14, 2015 | The Economist
Military MBAs: Mike Bravo Alpha Fox’s Online MBA is the No. 1-ranked program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. It’s also regarded by U.S. News as the nation’s best online MBA for military veterans. Dr. Darin Kapanjie, the program’s academic director, explained why that is in a feature by The Economist.
Stuart Fine | July 6, 2015 | Philadelphia Magazine
What $37 Billion Aetna-Humana Deal Means Aetna and Humana agreed upon a $37 billion merger. Dr. Stuart Fine, Associate Professor of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management, and Director of Fox’s Healthcare Management Programs, spoke with Philly Mag to discuss the impact the merger will have on the healthcare landscape, not only in the Philadelphia region, […]
Brad Greenwood | June 27, 2015 | New York Times
Does a Pistol Belong in Your Stock Portfolio? According to Dr. Brad Greenwood, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, whose co-authored working paper was cited by the New York Times, the prices on publicly traded gun company shares went down in the 30-day periods following major shootings.
Ram Mudambi | June 25, 2015 | Harvard Business Review
Local R&D Won’t Help You Go Global For the second time this calendar year, Frank S. Speakman Professor of Strategic Management Dr. Ram Mudambi has been published in HBR. He and PhD candidate TJ Hannigan published, “Local R&D won’t help you go global,” one of the recent outputs of the iBEGIN research program that Mudambi […]
Ron Anderson | June 19, 2015 | Philadelphia Business Journal
Campbell’s big gamble Campbell Soup Co. reported sales declines of 10 percent in the third quarter of 2015. The reason? Consumers are gravitating toward healthier, fresher options. Dr. Ron Anderson, Chair of Fox’s Finance department, commented on potential mergers and acquisitions, including the once-rumored sale of Campbell’s to 3G Capital and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Debbi Casey | June 2, 2015 | Philly Voice
Will unlimited paid vacation policies take flight? Nationally and locally, some companies are testing pilot programs with unlimited paid vacation, allowing employees to take endless time off so long as they’re on top of their workloads. Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management Debbi Casey provided insight into how best to utilize such a program.
Fox School alumnus sponsors four STHM students to attend sports agent academy
At every turn of his career, Leigh Steinberg has asked for a business card. It’s how he started a Rolodex, in the days that predated smart phones and digital contact lists. It’s also how Steinberg turned face-to-face connections into potential business opportunities. One of the nation’s best-known sports agents, Steinberg has represented more No. 1 […]