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USC Marshall in the Media: August 2021

USC Marshall and Leventhal faculty, staff, and programs mentioned in regional and national publications.

August 18, 2021

Following are media mentions featuring USC Marshall and Leventhal faculty and programs for the month of August, 2021.

Linda Hagen was quoted in the Los Angeles Times about the differences between 7-11s in the United States and those in Tokyo, Japan. (Aug. 7, 2021)

Jennifer Deal was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about how remote workers must make the effort to socialize with colleagues in order to thrive. (Paywall – PDF here) (Aug. 1, 2021)

The Wall Street Journal wrote about research conducted by Nate Fast and colleagues showing that workers don’t mind being tracked during the work day, as long as it’s by technology and not their human boss.  (Paywall – PDF here) (July 30, 2021)

The Wrap quoted Gene Del Vecchio on Scarlett Johannson’s lawsuit with Disney. (Aug. 2) (Paywall)

Susan Harmeling wrote her first column for Forbes about why organizations competing for talent must make DEI efforts central to the mission, not an afterthought. (Aug. 2, 2021)

Marshall’s Master’s in Finance was named a top-ranking program by BusinessBecause.  (Aug. 3, 2021)

Eric Anicich (with doctoral student Merrick Osborne), published an article in the Harvard Business Review about how companies seeking to improve their DEI efforts should think through their physical and design spaces to increase collaboration between groups. 

Nick Vyas appeared on CBS Evening News discussing how supply chain issues are contributing to rising consumer prices. (Aug. 11, 2021)

 Business Insider quoted Susan Harmeling about how Rihanna captured an untapped market for makeup and clothing for Black women and became a billionaire. (Aug. 12, 2021)

The Washington Post quoted Joe Nunes in a story about luxury foods making a comeback. (Aug. 16, 2021) 

KOST interviewed Lars Perner on the lack of back-to-school sales this year. (Aug. 16, 2021)

Geoff Garrett and Nick Vyas wrote a series of three articles on supply chain issues for Supply Chain Management Review. Read Part I, Part 2, and Part 3.​​​​​​​