February 2, 2009
Stephen McGowan, who holds an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Loyola Chicago University, was the chief financial officer of Sun Microsystems from 2002 until 2006, when he then became the executive vice president for finance of the Santa Clara, CA-based technology company. McGowan has wor
Why are some pro-life groups are questioning the criteria for organ transplants?
Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J. reflects on the myriad instances of ethical shortfalls in the nation’s financial sector in “What’s Good for Business?”, and explores how professors at business schools in the Catholic tradition can inculcate ethics
The chairman of TD Ameritrade, the world’s largest online brokerage firm, Joe Moglia holds a BA in economics from Fordham University. Prior to joining TD in 2008, Moglia was a vice president at Merrill Lynch. Before his venture into the financial world, Moglia earned a master’s degree in
Pope Benedict's interpretation of Vatican II
Ronald E. Logue holds a BS and an MBA from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, and he is currently chair and chief executive officer at State Street Corporation in Boston, MA, where he began in 1990 as senior vice president and head of investment servicing for US mutual funds. One of
Ted Leonis, a longtime executive of AOL, is now the owner of various sports teams, including the Washington Capitols, an NHL franchise. At AOL in the mid-nineties, Lenois, who holds a degree in economics from Georgetown University, boosted membership of the online service from fewer than 800,000 mem