University of Southern California

Marshall in the Media

5/6/15 Harvard Busines Review
Harvard Business Review cited research by Scott Wiltermuth finding that people evaluate other's ideas differently when they feel anger unrelated to that issue.
5/6/15 Huffington Post
The Huffington Post ran a column by Ira Kalb about how the Kardashian family has reacted to Bruce Jenner's transgender announcement.
5/5/15 The Huffington Post
The Huffington Post quoted David Carter about the NCAA's latest argument against paying players.
5/4/15 Huffington Post
The Huffington Post ran a column by Ira Kalb about Disney and Marvel working in synergy.
5/4/15 American Public Media
American Public Media's "Marketplace" interviewed Ira Kalb about the merchandising of Marvel brand superheroes.
5/3/15 Financial Times
Financial Times highlighted Carl Voigt, who led the first U.S. business school delegation to Cuba in 2000 and has taken about 1,000 students to visit the country on study visits. Voigt said it might be too soon for Cubans to trust U.S business school programs aspiring to establish themselves in the country.
5/1/15 New York Times
The New York Times cited research by Nathanael Fast finding that people with power but no status are more likely to lash out.
5/1/15 Tampa Bay Times
Tampa Bay Times quoted David Carter and Ira Kalb about how fans will react to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafting quarterback Jameis Winston.
4/30/15 ABC News

ABC News "Good Morning America" featured research by Joseph Nunes on the making of a pop-music hit. Nunes found that intensive repetition was a key factor in making a successful pop song. "We're not saying that's the one secret ingredient," Nunes said; other factors also help make a song a hit. The story was also covered by Fox News Washington, D.C. affiliate WTTG-TV.