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Marshall in the Media

12/18/14 Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times quoted Dave Logan on a possible management shake-up at Sony resulting from financial losses of a hacking attack and from pulling the release of "The Interview."

12/17/14 The Guardian

The Guardian quoted Lars Perner about the development of synthetic meat for consumers.

12/16/14 Reuters

Reuters quoted David Carter about potential factors in the choice of a city for the 2024 Olympic Summer Games.

12/16/14 ESPN

ESPN quoted David Carter about NASCAR sponsors.

12/15/14 Forbes

Forbes quoted John Boudreau about companies operating in "an era of total, complete transparency of information."

12/5/14 The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal featured research co-authored by Larry Harris and colleagues about dozens of mutual funds pursuing a risky trading tactic called "juicing." Traders jump in and out of stocks to pocket the quarterly or annual income payouts. They own the stock just long enough to grab the dividend.

11/11/14 The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed by Gerard Tellis about pioneers in the world of business. Though being the first to innovate is often heralded in business, most pioneers fail and rarely lead their industries, he wrote. "Long-term market leaders seldom are pioneers. Rather, they are ones who appreciate the discoveries of pioneers, envision the mass market and exploit it profitably," Tellis wrote.

11/10/14 KPCC-FM

KPCC-FM featured Marshall's Master of Business for Veterans, noting that students got to attend lectures with retired Gen. David Petraeus, now a Judge Widney Professor at USC. The MBV program was suggested by military personnel who had graduated through the Marshall School's Executive MBA program, said James Bogle. He said students learned about the different communication strategies at work in the corporate world versus the military world. Nearly all of the first 38 graduates moved on to jobs, internships or fellowships at places like the White House, Goldman Sachs, The Walt Disney Company and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

11/9/14 Business Because

Business Because also featured Marshall’s Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.