University of Southern California

Marshall in the Media

3/23/12 The Oakland Tribune
The Oakland Tribune quoted John Matsusaka of USC's Initiative and Referendum Institute about California's ballot initiative process.
3/22/12 Fast Company
Fast Company cited Warren Bennis about the difference between managers and leaders.
3/21/12 KPCC-FM
KPCC-FM's "Patt Morrison" interviewed Kerry Fields about a lawsuit filed by the sugar industry against the corn industry.
3/14/12 Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times quoted Gerard Tellis about a class action lawsuit filed against Apple.
3/12/12 Business Insider
Business Insider ran a column by Ira Kalb of the USC Marshall School about the NCAA's marketing of March Madness.
3/12/12 The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) highlighted research by Deborah MacInnis and Valerie Folkes with Christine Porath, (now with Georgetown University). They found that when employees are rude to one another in front of customers, it elicits a strong negative reaction.
3/7/12 CBS News
CBS News ran an op-ed by Dave Logan about how to be a mentor. It emphasizes what Logan has learned from Warren Bennis of the USC Marshall School.
3/5/12 Fox Business News
Fox News featured a study by Nathanael Fast of the USC Marshall School finding that the more power business leaders think they have, the worse they are at making decisions.
2/29/12 Business Insider
Business Insider ran a column by Ira Kalb of the USC Marshall School about the fallout from the phone-hacking scandal at News Corporation.