University of Southern California

Marshall in the Media

10/28/11 The Orange County Register
The Orange County Register quoted David Carter of the USC Marshall School about how the NBA lockout may not drag down the local economy.
10/26/11 Forbes
Forbes ran an op-ed by Edward Lawler about how sustainability is not a priority at companies and why it should be.
10/25/11 LA Observed
L.A. Observed cited a study by Charles Swenson of the USC Marshall School about a proposed tax holiday's effects on employment.
10/25/11 Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times quoted Edward Lawler of the USC Marshall School about News Corporation investors opposing the return of Rupert Murdoch's sons, James and Lachlan, to the company's board of directors.
10/23/11 UPI
United Press International featured a study by Joseph Nunes and Jennifer Overbeck of the USC Marshall School which found that African Americans were willing to pay more.
10/23/11 Vanguard Nigeria
Vanguard (Nigeria) cited Warren Bennis of the USC Marshall School regarding the core qualities of a good leader.
10/18/11 Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times quoted S. Mark Young of the USC Marshall School about the cost-effectiveness of hiring non-celebrities as reality TV stars.
10/17/11 Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times ran an op-ed by Lawrence Harris of the USC Marshall School analyzing the sentencing of inside trader Raj Rajaratnam.
10/15/11 Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times cited research by Charles Swenson of the USC Marshall School on a city proposal that would give local companies an advantage in seeking city contracts.