Topic: McCombs School of Business

Business prof in Wall Street Journal

Nov. 1, 2007
Business prof in Wall Street Journal

"Indians hate to say no," said Anant Sundaram, a professor at Dartmouth University's Tuck School of Business. "They sort of hesitate and they say 'uhhh yes,' and they mean no. You make the person uncomfortable if you press." Saying "no" is a nonstarter in lots of cultures.

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McCombs Hall of Fame Inducts Four Prominent Leaders

Oct. 29, 2007

The McCombs School of Business Hall of Fame inducted four prominent business leaders Oct. 26 at a ceremony at the Driskill Hotel in Austin.

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Marketing professor receives science award

Oct. 3, 2007
Marketing professor receives science award

Raj Raghunathan, associate professor of marketing at the McCombs School of Business, has been awarded a $442,000 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award for his ongoing research in consumer behavior.

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Economics professor in Business Week

Oct. 3, 2007
Economics professor in Business Week

Do America's decades-old overtime laws make sense anymore? Despite the litigation they are generating, there's almost no political momentum to change them. The initial idea was that companies would choose to hire extra workers rather than pay existing ones time and a half.

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McCombs in Wall Street Journal

Sept. 18, 2007
McCombs in Wall Street Journal

Attention liberal-arts majors: You too can get an M.B.A. That's the message Harvard Business School wants to send with a program launching today. Called 2+2, the initiative allows college students to lock in a spot in Harvard's M.B.A. program by the end of their junior year.

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