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Carnegie Mellon University Research Explains Why People Endure Discomfort For Philanthropic Purposes
This press release features research conducted by Christopher Olivola, assistant professor of marketing.
EVA developer for Lok Jack lecture
This item previews a talk by Joel Stern, adjunct professor of finance.
4Moms Raises $41M
This article highlights funding for 4Moms, a CMU related startup that is an active participant in Carnegie Mellon University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship activities and events, including LaunchCMU, and quotes CEO and co-founder Robert Daley, adjunct professor of entrepreneurship.
New Zealand Dollar Forecasts - GBP/NZD Exchange Rate Gains; NZ Lower Against Euro & US Dollar
This article cites Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
Study shows social welfare may fall in a more ethical market
This article cites research coauthored by Kannan Srinivasan, H.J. Heinz II Professor of Management, Marketing and Information Systems.
Should Nike Investors Be Worried About Johnny Manziel?
This blog mentions research by Kannan Srinivasan, H.J. Heinz II Professor of Management, Marketing and Information Systems, and Timothy Derdenger, assistant professor of marketing and strategy; Frank A. and Helen E. Risch Faculty Development Professor of Business.
Taking Optimization With You After Graduation
Money Science reposted an article from the operations research blog of Michael Trick, senior associate dean of faculty and research and the Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research, describing how the Tepper MBA program incorporates optimization into courses.
Ethisphere Delivers First Issue of World’s Most Ethical Companies® Executive Briefing
This article features a piece written by John Hooker, T. Jerome Holleran Professor of Business Ethics and Social Responsibility; professor of operations research, which was used in an Executive Briefing of the world’s most ethical companies.
CMU Invests $800,000 in 16 Alumni Startups
This article discusses the Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund and mentions the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. It quotes Dave Mawhinney, executive director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; co-director, CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; associate teaching professor of entrepreneurship.
The inflation alarms are still false
Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy, has predicted high inflation as a result of Fed policies. This article says Meltzer is now backing off from that 2009 forecast.
Pittsburgh dominates in entrepreneurs tourney
The Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund, established by Jonathan Kaplan, BS '90, has awarded $800,000 to 16 startup companies.
CMU alum's fund invests in 16 startups with ties to Pittsburgh university
What Are These Two Hedge Fund Guys Doing in Jersey City?
David Tepper and fellow hedge fund manager Alan Fournier have teamed up to finance a principal training program in Jersey City public schools.
Quantitative Easing = Virtual $Trillions in Reserve & Danger Looming at the Fed
This press release about the Federal Reserve features Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
A passion for innovation
This profile of Richard Simmons mentions his donation to the Tepper Quadrangle project and Finn Kydland, The Richard P. Simmons Distinguished Professorship; University Professor of Economics, Nobel Laureate (2004).
Modern parking: CMU shows how technology can benefit drivers
this op-ed piece highlights a study on Pittsburgh parking by Mark Fichman, associate professor of organizational behavior and theory; and Stephen Spear, professor of economics.
Shift to diversified economy leads to fewer public companies
This article about the decline of public companies quotes Dave Mawhinney, Executive Director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; Co-Director, CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Assistant Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship.
Markets Are Restacking the Building Blocks of a Financial Crisis
This article about the financial crisis quotes David Tepper.
Entrepreneur gets a big break for his small business
This article features Haseeb Quereshi, BS '06, and his growing company.
Pittsburgh's New Immigrants: A Nigerian immigrant brings an entrepreneurial drive to his new country
This article about Pittsburgh immigrants features Emeka Onwugbenu, MBA ’11.
All-Time Records Were Hit on Friday, but Are These Highs Sustainable?
This article discusses the stock market's new record high with the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy, is mentioned.
The World In Transition: Little Economic Growth, But Plenty Of Investment Opportunities
This article mentions Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy. The articles discusses how the current international economic transition will create new investment opportunities.
This podcast features an interview with Michael Trick, Senior Associate Dean, Education; Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research. He discusses the process by which sporting events are scheduled.
Will Smith’s Next Movie Tackles NFL Concussions
This article discusses a forthcoming movie about Bennet Omalu, MBA ’08. Omalu will be played by Will Smith.
Dove Yellen Turns Goose for US Stocks Rising on Speech Days
This article regarding trends in stock prices mentions Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
CMU gets $300K grant for innovations, entrepreneurship
This article mentions Dean Robert Dammon and David Mawhinney, executive director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; co-director, Carnegie Mellon University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Assistant Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship. The article features a grant from the National Science Foundation to establish an Innovation Corps Site at Carnegie Mellon.
Scars from last climate bill show up in ambitious EPA power plant rule
This article discussing EPA power plants quotes Jay Apt, professor of technology and director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center.
Ronald Regan is Alive in India
This piece was written by Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
Carnegie Mellon's Integrated Innovation Institute's Vision To Build Innovators Of Tomorrow
This article features the work of Carnegie Mellon University's Integrated Innovation Institute.
Launch CMU to Feature Startups, New Technology and Research Innovations from Carnegie Mellon University's Entrepreneurship and Technology Community
This article features a press release focusing on the June 5 LaunchCMU event in Silicon Valley, spearheaded by the CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
After Fed, Bernanke Offers His Wisdom, for a Big Fee
In this article, David Tepper expresses regret that he did not trade on Mr. Bernanke’s guidance at the dinner.
PNC CEO Demchak keynote speaker at CMU's Tepper graduation event
This article, which discusses the keynote speaker at the Tepper School’s diploma ceremony, quotes Dean Robert Dammon.
How the Fed Fuels the Coming Inflation
This article regarding inflation was written by Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
Tepper talks business, philanthropy
This article features a talk given by David Tepper and includes remarks from Robert Dammon.
Fish Sandwich Chronicles: Dave Mawhinney at Big Jim's
This article about Greenfield bar, Big Jim's, features Dave Mawhinney, executive director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; co-director, CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; assistant teaching professor of entrepreneurship.
Detroit's changing numbers in bankruptcy deal to face scrutiny
This article regarding bankruptcy deals and bailouts quotes Chester Spatt, Pamela R. and Kenneth B. Dunn Professor of Finance.
I Had a Dream
This blog post about unemployment, inflation and the media's depiction of the two quotes Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
Addiction And Seduction On Yelp: The Language Of Food Love
This broadcast news story regarding restaurant reviews on Yelp focuses on research coauthored by Bryan Routledge, associate professor of finance.
Best Practice in Micro-Grid Development
This blog features a discussion of research regarding grid-based rural electrification, coauthored by Jay Apt, professor of technology and Director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center.
Couple gives CMU $1M for Tepper Quadrangle construction
This article, which quotes Dean Robert Dammon, features a gift by Sridhar Tayur, Ford Distinguished Research Chair; professor of operations management, and Gunjan Kedia, MSIA ’94. This gift is earmarked for the Tepper Quadrangle.
This article, which quotes Dean Robert Dammon, features a gift by Sridhar Tayur, Ford Distinguished Research Chair; Professor of Operations Management, and Gunjan Kedia, MSIA ’94.
Will Panasonic's 'hazard pay' make a difference to air pollution in China?
This article includes perspective on air pollution from Alan Scheller-Wolf, professor of operations management and head of the Ph.D. Program at the Tepper School of Business.
Do Yelp Food Reviews Expose the Inner Self?
This article, which speculates on the nature of people who post reviews to Yelp, discusses research coauthored by Bryan Routledge, associate professor of finance.
This article (published in Norwegian) features Finn Kydland, The Richard P. Simmons Distinguished Professorship, university professor of economics and Nobel Laureate, 2004.
Business and Society Program – Past Faculty Pioneers
This posting recognizes former university professor Lester Lave among the organization’s listing of faculty pioneers.
Pittsburgh's Connection to Major League Baseball Scheduling
The April 6th installment of Our Region’s Business leads off with an 8-minute discussion with Michael Trick, senior associate dean for education and the Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research. The segment discusses the process by which MLB games are scheduled.
‘Performance parking’ can lower average parking rates while raising more money for Pittsburgh
This article was coauthored by Mark Fichman, associate professor of organizational behavior and theory; Stephen Spear, professor of economics; and Tayo Fabusuyi, adjunct professor of economics and public policy and faculty affiliate, Center for International Policy and Innovation (CIPI). It highlights Fichman and Spear's study on optimizing parking in Pittsburgh.