Stories by Julie Riggott:
USC Thornton alum shows how a Grammy win can be arranged
Ben Bram takes home trophy in a ‘watershed moment for a cappella.’
Guilt-ridden employees may be just the ones you want
People who are prone to feeling guilty are hard workers — but they also have a tendency that should make bosses pause, according to USC Marshall School of Business research.
Are we paying attention to the onslaught of digital media?
USC Marshall study provides a new model of media consumption in our ‘age of interruption.’
Business professor to cover capitalism at Oxford talks
Lectures will explore the tensions that make business enterprises in a capitalist economy such a ‘fascinating paradox.’
What makes a song really sing?
Marketing professor analyzes 55 years of chart-topping singles to gauge what separates a hit from a miss.
Entrepreneurs look for a leg up with startups
Ten-week accelerator at USC Marshall aims to push budding businesses to the next level.
Energy of business leaders rises, but productivity declines
Latest research from USC Center for Effective Organizations explains the unexpected finding.
World Bachelor in Business students reflect on their first year
Three members of the cohort recall their friends, favorite class and memorable moments. Next stop: Hong Kong.
Promoting love can punish sales
Highlighting relationships in advertising and promotions can have substantial negative consequences for sales, says a USC researcher.
Building economies, improving lives
Business and political figures from Israel, the Palestinian territories and Jordan discuss economic development.
USC Marshall establishes master’s degree in social entrepreneurship
Course requirements include “Cases in New Venture Management,” “Cases in Feasibility Analysis,” “Investing in Impact Ventures” and “Marketing Management.”
USC Marshall to host corporate stewardship conference
“Corporate Stewardship: Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness” will showcase current corporate practices and research findings.
Trojans design civic-minded apps
USC Marshall Professor Ann Majchrzak partnered this semester with the city of Los Angeles’ Information Technology Agency on student projects that had the potential for tangible impact in the community.
Americans consume media in a major way, study finds
The massive U.S. consumption of media was the topic of a report produced by USC Marshall.
USC study details flawed economic forecasts
A USC accounting study has broken new ground with an article published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics.
Love of adventure bonds new World Bachelor in Business students
The World Bachelor in Business is an intriguing new program offered by the USC Marshall School of Business in which students study on three continents at three universities.
USC Marshall alumna awarded Fulbright
Lin Shi has been awarded a grant from the Fulbright-Schuman Program in European Affairs.
Marketing maven takes home ISMS award
Dina Mayzlin, associate professor of marketing at the USC Marshall School of Business, has for the second time earned the Long Term Impact Award from the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science.
Hood chosen as president of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Lucy Hood, executive director of the Institute for Communication Technology Management, has been named president and chief operating officer of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
USC program accounts for influx of inspired young leaders
Summer Leadership Program alumni have gone on to graduate from USC and other institutions of higher education and take jobs at CPA firms.
Fighting for justice in all corners of the world
Human rights has always been a real concern and focus of salutatorian Julia Sabo Mangione.
USC Marshall launches online Master of Science program
The USC Marshall School of Business has announced a new Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management.
USC professor honored as ascending scholar
Feng Zhu received the Western Academy of Management’s Ascendant Scholar Award at its annual meeting.
$15K raised at 5K
The USC chapter of the World Is Just a Book Away raised $15,000 to build two libraries for underprivileged children in Indonesia and Mexico at its third annual 5K run.