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October 06, 2015

Making Headlines

usa today“This strikes me as an attempt by United to say ‘Look, we did an internal investigation, (and) we removed the responsible officials when we learned of this activity.’’’
—David Primo, the Ani and Mark Gabrellian Professor and associate professor of political science and of business administration, in a USA Today story about the departure of United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek. Smisek was connected to a federal investigation into dealings with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.


New York Times“Young people have been reluctant to use crisis services. The top two barriers are the sense of shame and self reliance. I think the Crisis Text Line has cracked the code on both of them.”
—Suicide-prevention researcher Anthony Pisani, associate professor of psychology and of pediatrics, in a New York Times story about a new service that allows suicidal teens to text someone for help.


Fortune“Young people have been reluctant to use crisis services. The top two barriers are the sense of shame and self reliance. I think the Crisis Text Line has cracked the code on both of them.”
—Suicide-prevention researcher Anthony Pisani, associate professor of psychology and of pediatrics, in a New York Times story about a new service that allows suicidal teens to text someone for help.


New York Times“We believe that prospective students often overlook Simon due to our sticker price despite our strengths in academics, student quality, and career placement.”
—Simon Business School Dean Andrew Ainslie in a Fortune article about the school’s decision to cut tuition for its full-time MBA program.

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