In the news
The Center for Corporate Citizenship’s new online community was featured in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters referenced the Center’s Boston College-Reputation Institute CSR Index Survey, and EHS Today reported on the Center’s survey “Weathering the Storm: The State of Corporate Citizenship in the United States 2009.” The Center’s Chris Pinney, director of research and policy, was quoted in The Huffington Post.
The Center for Retirement Research’s (CRR) National Retirement Risk Index was cited by MSNBC and Bloomberg; CRR research was cited by Marketplace Radio and Global Pensions, among others; U.S. News & World Report consulted Steven Sass, CRR associate director; and Research Economist Anthony Webb was included in a quiz on retirement readiness in the Wall Street Journal.
Extensive media coverage of the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston continues. Read more about recent featured speakers Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, McDonald's Corporation CEO James Skinner, and Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc. Jeffrey B. Kindler »
The Utah Standard-Examiner featured a story about a boy who was communicating for the first time using Jack and Pamela Egan Chair in Computer Science James Gips’s EagleEyes technology. Additionally, research by Gips and S. Adam Brasel, assistant professor of marketing, was referenced in the Wall Street Pit in an article about Google and TiVos partnership to learn more about how people are watching and not watching television.
The Miami Herald and The Huffington Post quote Brad Harrington, executive director of the Center for Work and Family and associate research professor of organization studies, regarding "The Shriver Report: A Woman's Nation Changes Everything," to which he contributed a chapter.
The Economist, Bloomberg, USA Today, and numerous other media outlets sought the opinion of Edward J. Kane, James F. Cleary Chair in Finance, on topics ranging from financial reform to bank loans to derivatives.
ScienceBlog.com, PhysOrg.com, and others reported on research on social media by Assistant Professor of Information Systems Gerald C. Kane, Associate Professor of Information Systems Robert G. Fichman, and Associate Professor of Information Systems John Gallaugher (coauthored with John Glaser, CIO of Partners HealthCare) that was printed in the November issue of Harvard Business Review. Read related article »
WBZ Radio talked with Associate Dean for Undergraduates Richard C. Keeley about Portico, the Carroll School’s required business and ethics course for freshmen.
Rev. Richard McGowan, associate professor of operations, information, and strategic management, spoke with the Boston Globe and the Providence Journal about the financing of a new casino in Massachusetts and a proposed bill to overturn a Supreme Court ruling regarding gambling, respectively.
Alicia H. Munnell, Peter F. Drucker Professor of Management Sciences and the director of Boston College's Center for Retirement Research, shares her expertise on all things retirement with the New York Times, CNNMoney, and TIME magazine, among other media outlets.
New England Cable News’s "This Week in Business" interviewed Associate Professor of Finance Jun Qian about President Obama's visit to China and U.S.-China relations.
The Boston Herald consulted Associate Professor of Marketing Kathleen Seiders about the dip in Black Friday sales in New England.
An Associated Press story that was picked up by ABC News and the Seattle Times, among others, quoted Arch Woodside, professor of marketing who specializes in tourism, about how consumers' spending habits are affecting holiday travel.