2013 VSB in the News

December

Businessweek
Villanova School of Business
B-School Fundraising Scorecard: Who Gave the Most in 2013?

ABC Action News
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Impact of Sunoco HQ, Citibank branches leaving Philadelphia

Reuters
Charles Zech (Economics)
Minnesota archbishop accused...

Forbes
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
The Most Unforgettable Ad Campaigns of 2013

Philadelphia Inquirer
ICE Center
More colleges emphasizing entrepreneurship

The Bond Buyer
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Pennsylvania Governor Scraps Lottery Privatization Deal

CBS Philly
Eric Karson (Marketing)
On #1 Gift Return Day, An Expert Provides Insider Tips

Church Executive
Charles Zech (Economics)
Business training for Pastors is gaining ground

BizEd
II Luscri (ICE Center)
Idea Central

Region's Business
David Fiorenza (Economics)
2014 Economic Outlook: Philadelphia

Times Herald-Record
Eric Karson (Marketing)
Wayne's World: Kids love it when Bear Mountain Zoo bears open gifts

Philly.com
Charles Zech (Economics)
Financial break for ailing Archdiocese of Phila.

TMCnet.com
Denise Hanes (Accounting)
Accounting Doctoral Scholars Teaching First College Classes This Semester

Philly.com
David Nawrocki (Finance)
Economist replies to Greenspan: 'Still Fed-speak'

Business Insider
Cheryl Carleton (Economics)
The Top 5 Ways Firms Can Advance Women

Time
Eric Karson (Marketing)
Why the Next Three Weeks Will Be a Bargain Shopper’s Dream

Church Executive
Charles Zech (Economics)
Business training for pastors is gaining ground

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November

Municipal Finance Today
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Bonding Fuels Allentown, Pa., Rebound 

Municipal Finance Today
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Pa. Gov. Gets a Win with $2.4B Transportation Bill

Philly.com
David Nawrocki (Finance)
VU prof: Philly Fed's Plosser policies would wreck U.S. finance

Time
Eric Karson (Marketing)
The Hottest Holiday Toy Is Not What You Think

DallasVoice.com
Charles Zech (Economics)
A kinder and gentler Catholic Church

CBS Philly
Eric Karson (Marketing)
Early Sales Abound In Shortened Holiday Shopping Season

The Washington Post
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Sure, Twitter has great power and reach, but can it make money? Wall Streeters are concerned

CBS Connecticut
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Stores Nationwide Begin Holiday Season Early Despite Negative Reaction

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October

Poets and Quants
Villanova School of Business
Villanova B-School Gets $50 Million Gift

Reuters 
Villanova School of Business
Transformative $50 million gift designated for the Villanova School of Business from alumnus James C. Davis and wife, Kim
(This Business Wire story was picked up by numerous media outlets across the country, including WSJ Marketwatch and Yahoo! Finance.)

Bloomberg Businessweek
Villanova School of Business
Villanova School of Business Gets $50 Million Gift

The Tampa Tribune
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Economists debate validity of Scott’s ‘kitchen table’ budget

Business Insider
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Here's The Big Mistake Everyone Is Making About Where Twitter's Revenues Will Come From

Pittsburgh Catholic
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Moral dimensions in debt-ceiling debate

Seeking Alpha
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Twitter's S-1: More Social Media Company IPO Drama

Bloomberg
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Weil on Finance: Twitter's Groupon Comparison

Catholic News
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Charles Zech (Economics)
The economic and moral dimensions in debt-ceiling debate

CBS Philly
Villanova School of Business
An Arcade Owner at Age 16, Villanova Student Has Advice For Entrepreneurs

NPR
Victor Li (Economics)
Obama Makes Janet Yellen His Official Choice To Head The Fed

Pop City
Villanova School of Business
Pittsburgh college entrepreneur wins national competition for Sequoia Waste Solutions

Knowledge@Wharton
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Dieting in the Digital Age

Philly.com
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Shutdown becomes a teachable moment

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September

Crain's
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Tax snafu may force REIT (and shareholders) to pay up

The Inquirer
Charles Zech (Economics)
Archdiocese will create independent charitable foundation

The Inquirer
Charlie Dolan ’14 VSB
Business news in brief

Financial Times
Jonathan Doh (Management)
Innovative partnerships could transform education

The Street
Michael Pagano (Finance)
Wireless Infrastructure Investment Will Generate $1.2 Trillion In Economic Activity And Create 1.2 Million Jobs

U.S. News
Eric Karson (Marketing)
Our Financial Future: How Banking and Money Will Change

Philadelphia Business Journal
Robert LeClair (Finance)
Professor gives school $150K gift, pledges more

Bloomberg
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Evaluating Your CFO? Look for These Red Flags

InTheCapital
Charlie Dolan ’14 VSB
"Unsexy" Startup Wins Regionals for Global Student Entrepreneur Awards

The Bond Buyer
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Harrisburg Receiver Lynch Talks Up His Plan to Right the City

Philly.com
Victor Li (Economics)
With Summers off Fed list, U.S. perks up - tho Yellen isn't much different

StarTribune
Charles Zech (Economics)
Reform group denied seat at Archbishop Nienstedt’s financial meeting

The Christian Science Monitor
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Jersey shore tourism struggles: first superstorm Sandy, now a tornado of fire

Region's Business
Stephen Andriole (Accounting)
Prof. Stephen Andriole: Getting Our Venture Due In Philadelphia

The Inquirer
Villanova School of Business
Diane Mastrull: Villanova student is already an entrepreneur

Trib Total Media
Charles Zech (Economics)
Catholic diocese's Church Alive! fundraising campaign exceeds goals in early phases

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August

Chicago Tribune
Ronald P. Hill (Marketing)
Downsizing becoming a way of life

Masters in Accounting
Tony Catanach (Accountancy)
Interview with Dr. Anthony H. Catanach, Jr., Associate Professor at Villanova University

US News
Victor Li (Economics)
The Right Man at the Right Time

The Detroit News
Ron Hill (Marketing)
The new frugality

US News
David Nawrocki (Finance)
How to Invest Your First 1,000

CNBC
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Last chapter for independent bookstores? Not just yet

Bloomberg Businessweek
Villanova School of Business
B-School Startups: Sequoia's Solution for Waste

CFO
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
How Twitter Can Avoid Facebook and Groupon’s IPO Blunders

Everyday Health
Jeremy Kees (Marketing)
TV Ads Driving Childhood Obesity, Study Says

Star-Telegram
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Even as economy improves, some are downsizing their lives

Yahoo! Finance
Villanova School of Business
4 of Today's Finance Undergraduates Share Their Experiences And Advice

Upstart Business Journal
Villanova School of Business
This 21-year-old is turning trash into cash

Bloomberg
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Weil's Views on Finance

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July

Philadelphia Business Journal
Noah Barsky (Accounting)
TMG Health Hosts Clients at National Operations Center

Examiner
Charles Zech (Economics)
Pope Francis: I may be able to bring back former Catholics

Crain's
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Sloppy books at Barnes and Noble

The Economic Times
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Toyota's Kaizen model revolutionises US' largest anti-hunger charity

Philadelphia Business Journal
Villanova School of Business
Business schools help grads hone their skills

The Wall Street Journal
Wenhong Luo (Accountancy)
QlikView Academic Program Gains Global Momentum

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Charles Zech (Economics)
Church faces its debt with openness

Chicago Sun-Times
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Boy bands stronger than ever, especially with their now older fans

Catholic Courier
Charles Zech (Economics)
How to reach hearts and transform them

National Catholic Register
Charles Zech (Economics)
Retired Priests and Religious Struggle to Cope Financially

Philadelphia City Paper
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Can a Kid-Run Market Lift Up a Neighborhood?

Benzinga
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
How Not to Twitter Your Way to an SEC Investigation

ABC Action News
Charles Zech (Economics)
Report: Philly archdiocese had $39M deficit in '12

 

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June

Philadelphia Inquirer
Charles Zech (Economics)
Chaput warns: 'Mixed' financial news looming

Business Insider
Stephen Andriole (Accountancy)
12 Brands That Could Have Avoided Being Embarrassed All Over The Internet

Philadelphia Inquirer
Ron Hill (Marketing)
Celiac power: It's much more than a trendy new diet

Benzinga
Tina Yang (Finance)
Taking Stock of Dimon's Victory

WHYY Radio
Charles Zech (Economics)
Podcast Link

Philadelphia Inquirer
Charles Zech (Economics)
Philly Archdiocese grappling with pensions for clergy

US News
Gerard Olson (Finance)
The Best Money Advice From Dad

Corporate Secretary
Charles Zech (Economics)
Vatican Bank: big assets, questionable governance

Newsworks
David Fiorenza (Economics)
As U.S. Open begins on the Main Line, business owners predict mixed bag for local economy

The Bond Buyer
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Pensions: Pennsylvania's Pounding Headache

Forbes
Dean Patrick G.  Maggitti
Does Your Company Innovate Like Dunder Mifflin Or Google?

 

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May

Christian Science Monitor
Ronald Hill (Marketing)
What does McDonald's do now with Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey?

USA Today
David Fiorenza (Economics)
$2 trillion underground economy aids recovery

Philadelphia Business Journal
Villanova School of Business
Kind siblings invent charity that fills stadium seats with kids

The Wall Street Journal
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
For Herbalife, Finding a New Auditor Isn’t Easy as 1-2-3

Reuters
Charles Zech (Economics)
Struggling Catholic schools strategize to draw new students

The Chicago Tribune
Victor Li (Economics)
Fed keeps stimulus plan in place

 

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April

Money Morning
David Fiorenza (Economics)
What America's $2 Trillion Underground Economy Says About Jobs

The Daily Beast
Jonathan Doh (Management)
JCPenney, Mango Among Companies That Used Fatal Bangladesh Factory

The Daily Times
Villanova School of Business
‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer says invest in what people need, not want

The Catholic Spirit
Charles Zech (Economics)
Stewardship: A call to the heart that involves entire parish

The Fiscal Times
David Fiorenza (Economics)
How a $2 Trillion Shadow Economy Fuels the U.S.

NBC-10
Villanova School of Business
"Mad Money" Tour

Philadelphia Business Journal
Villanova School of Business
Smart-phone app for runners wins Villanova contests

CNBC
David Fiorenza (Economics)
$2 Trillion Underground Economy May Be Recovery's Savior

Philadelphia Inquirer
David Fiorenza (Economics)
If Pennsylvania privatizes alcohol, will drinking increase?

CNBC
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
New chairman of U.S. accounting standards body named

Crain's New York Business
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Berkshire Bank's weaknesses

Financial Times
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
It is time to audit our auditors

The Catholic Spirit
Charles Zech (Economics)
Stewardship Day to offer practical ideas, networking opportunities

 

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March

Business Insider
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Blistering Takedown Of Groupon's New Accounting Methods

Huffington Post
Ronald Hill (Marketing)
When Disaster Relief Is No Relief

Reuters
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Analysis: Knives out for auditors as class actions go global

Bloomberg Businessweek
Villanova School of Business
Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2013

Lehigh Valley Music
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Crocodile Rock now faces lawsuit from music industry organization

Business Insider
Dean Patrick G. Maggitti
Creativity Requires A Culture That Respects Effort And Failure

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Comcast now nation's second largest advertiser

The Christian Science Monitor
David Fiorenza (Economics)
'Veronica Mars' online campaign passes $2 million: What's Hollywood thinking?

Crain's New York Business
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
Chimera claims Deloitte was silent

USA Today
Charles Zech (Economics)
Who Could be Pope 'CEO'?

Financial Advisor
Villanova School of Business
Experience For Advisor Want-To-Bes

Reuters
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
U.S. auditor watchdog criticizes PwC on quality control

NPR
Charles Zech (Economics)
An Economic Makeover For The Catholic Church

Huffington Post
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Summer concert sold out? How to save a few bucks

Pittsburgh Tribune Review
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Monroeville taxpayers paying the price for personnel moves

NPR
Charles Zech (Economics)
If The Catholic Church Were A Business, How Would You Fix It?

The Economist
Jonathan Doh (Management)
If you want to lead, follow this

 

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February

Crain's New York Business
Anthony Catanach (Accounting)
A mythical name and profits, too?

Take Part
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Education Budget Cuts Are Looming—So What Does That Mean for Kids?

Mandate Pipeline
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Corbett: Pennsylvania Must Overhaul Pension System

NBC WCSH6
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Super Bow Ads: Hits & Misses

Take Part
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Finally, Someone in Power Is Fed Up With Education Budget Cuts

Wall Street Journal
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
The Daily Wrap

Salem Radio Network News
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Super Bowl ads court controversy, get pre-game payoff

Social Media Today
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Marketing That Scores a Touchdown: The Best #SuperBowl XLVII Ads

MarketWatch
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Should you buy stocks of companies that advertise during the Super Bowl?

Reuters
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Super Bowl ads court controversy, get pre-game payoff

CNBC
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Super Bowl Ad Trends

The Huffington Post
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Super Bowl Ad Controversy Actually Generates Huge Payoff For Brands

Take Part
David Fiorenza (Economics)
Teacher Pensions: Inside Education’s Ticking Time Bomb

Newsday
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Fewer companies pre-release Super Bowl ads

Forbes
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
The Super Bowl Ads You Don't Want To Miss This Year


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January

WSBT-TV CBS
Michael Pagano (Finance)
Rosenthal: Perhaps Illinois should market its corruption

The Christian Science Monitor
Cheryl Carleton (Economics)
Behind the falling US birthrate: too much student debt to afford kids?

The New York Times
Jonathan Doh (Management & Operations)
The World Is Their Workplace

Seeking Alpha
Victor Li (Economics)
The Challenges Ahead For The Federal Reserve And Economy In 2013

The New York Times
Michael Pagano (Finance)
When Corruption Helps the Bottom Line

Marketplace
Villanova School of Business
Technology at Davos; Telemedicine in the smartphone age

Bloomberg
Villanova School of Business
Administration, Congress to Focus On Freeing Up More Wireless Spectrum

Creativity Online
Charles R. Taylor (Marketing)
Is Social Media Spoiling The Super Bowl Ad Surprise?

The Philadelphia Inquirer

David Fiorenza (Economics)
Gambling Won't Fuel Recovery

The Fiscal Times

David Fiorenza (Economics)
Students Are Fleeing Liberal Arts - How It Could Hurt the U.S.

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