In the Media

Fortune: Minding the GAAP

January 25, 2020

Gans Narayanmoorthy, associate professor of accounting, was interviewed for an article in Fortune about how companies are increasingly using non-GAAP accounting metrics to present a more favorable — and possibly misleading — view to the public.

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Governing.com: How Communities Can Benefit from Amazon’s Great Data Caper

January 10, 2020
Rob Lalka, executive director of the Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, contributed an op-ed to Governing.com about how cities can use data to support investment and economic development.

Accounting Today: Maximizing your final college semester

January 08, 2020

Christine Smith, professor of practice in accounting and assistant director of the BSM/Master of Accounting program, contributed an article to Accounting Today about things students can do to make the most of their final college semester.

NBC News: Med students send message with plantation photo: We are our ancestors' wildest dreams

December 20, 2019

Russell Ledet (MD/MBA ’22) was interviewed by NBC News and other media about the viral photo he organized showing black Tulane University medical students posing at Whitney Plantation in Edgard, Louisiana.

WWL Radio: Coming boom in natural gas means more terminals, jobs for Louisiana

December 16, 2019

Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by WWL radio for a story on the growing importance of natural gas to Louisiana's economy.

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CityBusiness: Family-owned businesses should capitalize on their distinct advantages

December 06, 2019
Rosalind Butler, assistant director of the Tulane Family Business Center, contributed an op-ed to New Orleans CityBusiness about the challenges of running a family-owned business.
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Nola.com: IberiaBank CEO says deal with First Horizon creates 'a formidable southern franchise'

November 12, 2019
Peter Ricchiuti, senior professor of practice in finance and founder of the Freeman School's Burkenroad Reports program, was interviewed by Nola.com for a story on the recently announced merger of IberiaBank and First Horizon Bank.
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WWL Radio: Disney Plus latest shot fired in streaming wars

November 12, 2019
Assistant Professor of Marketing John Healey was interviewed by WWL Radio for a story on the debut of Disney Plus, the entertainment giant's new streaming service.
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Biz New Orleans: IberiaBank Deal Draws Mixed Reviews

November 06, 2019
Peter Ricchiuti, professor of practice in finance and founder of the Burkenroad Reports program, was interviewed by Biz New Orleans for a story on the recently announced merger of IberiaBank and First Horizon Bank.

CNBC: Meatballs and DIY bookcases - The psychology behind Ikea's iconic success

October 09, 2019

Associate Professor of Marketing Daniel Mochon, whose research coined the term "the Ikea effect," was featured in a CNBC story about the psychology underlying Ikea's business success.

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Fortune: Opportunity Zones aren't a program, they're a market

October 03, 2019
Rob Lalka, executive director of the Freeman School's Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, co-authored an op-ed in Fortune about Opportunity Zones, the tax-advantaged zones created to spur economic development and job creation in economically distressed areas.
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WWL-TV: Bayou Steel owed more than $20.8 million before declaring bankruptcy

October 02, 2019
Peter Ricchiuti, William B. Burkenroad Jr. Professor of Practice in Equity Research and senior professor of practice in finance, was interviewed for a WWL-TV story about Bayou Steel Group's sudden closing and its impact on the state's economy.