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Tech@Tuck Panel Talks Big Brands and Big Data

The discussion, part of the Britt Technology Impact Series, expressed the nascent nature of big data in commerce.

Feb 12, 2013

What All Successful Companies Have in Common

Worker passion is one key says former Deloitte CEO James Quigley.

Feb 07, 2013

Tuck Welcomes Local Engineer as Entrepreneur-in-Residence

Stuart Pompian, a venture capitalist and co-founder of Dartware, LLC, spoke to students about his long career in turnarounds and technology.

Feb 05, 2013

International Forum Highlights Dearth of Women on Corporate Boards

Their relative absence and ways to remedy the situation was among the issues explored at the Council on Business and Society’s inaugural forum in Paris.

Jan 21, 2013

Inaugural Master of Health Care Delivery Science Class Celebrated at Special Investiture Ceremony

The MHCDS class of 2013 leaves a legacy of innovation and commitment in healthcare.

Jan 21, 2013

A Giant Passes

James Brian Quinn, William and Josephine Buchanan Professor of Management, Emeritus.

Jan 18, 2013

At Abu Dhabi’s Sovereign Wealth Fund, Investing for the Long, Long Term

One change in moving from Wall Street to a sovereign wealth fund is the time horizon.

Jan 15, 2013

Innovating for India

A unique executive education program shows the power of the consortium model to foster innovation in India and beyond.

Jan 11, 2013

Anglo American CEO Highlights Risk Management in Tuck Talk

In 2007, Anglo American PLC’s new chief executive officer Cynthia Carroll had just finished touring the mining company’s massive platinum operation in Rustenberg, South Africa, when one of her managers tapped her on the shoulder.

Jan 10, 2013

Fiscal Cliff Will Bring Taxing Situation

With the White House and Congress struggling to reach a deal to avoid the automatic tax hikes and spending cuts due to take effect in 2013, Tuck Professor of Accounting Richard Sansing looks at how going over the fiscal cliff would affect what you’ll pay the Internal Revenue Service next year.

Dec 21, 2012

Tax Policy and the “Fiscal Cliff”

Tuck faculty weigh-in on the fiscal cliff tax debate and the federal deficit.

Dec 20, 2012

Tuck and Dartmouth Team Up to Teach Christmas Spirit

Carey Albertine T’05 and Rebecca Munsterer MALS ’05 collaborate on a young adult book for the holidays.

Dec 18, 2012

Bringing Macs Back to the U.S.

Building Mac computers in the U.S. makes sense, says operations professor Brian Tomlin, but it’s not evidence of a larger shift to domestic manufacturing.

Dec 13, 2012

Project Coffee Adds Perk to Stell Hall

New student-run venture brings high-end coffee to Tuck.

Dec 07, 2012

Fakery of the Crowds

Yaniv Dover shows which online hotel reviews are more likely to be fake, and why.

Dec 05, 2012

Nearly All Manufacturers Export Products They Don’t Make

Andrew Bernard’s discovery could change the way we think about global trade.

Dec 05, 2012

Truth in Barcodes

Kusum Ailawadi and colleagues use household food purchasing data to study the diabetes epidemic.

Dec 05, 2012

In with the New?

Ron Adner offers a new framework for understanding why some technologies are instant winners and others flop.

Dec 05, 2012

Operations’ Intricate Science

Tuck faculty weigh in on the vulnerabilities in the global supply chain.

Nov 29, 2012

Tuck Entrepreneurs Make Their Pitch

From social gaming to mobile feedback, MBA students showcase startups.

Nov 28, 2012

Alumni Interview: Andy Mims T’02

Sustainability is all about strategic change.

Nov 28, 2012

How Should the U.S. Compete With China?

Richard D’Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy, lays out a plan.

Nov 28, 2012

Steve Powell on Tuck’s First-Year Project

Professor Powell says the First-Year Project brings a new form of self-awareness.

Nov 27, 2012

Managing the FBI

A 25-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Sean Joyce T’87 has seen his share of criminals. Now second in command at the agency, Joyce says his business-school education has never been more important.

Nov 27, 2012

Getting On with Governments, Globally

Tuck's new center focuses on the intersection of business and government.

Nov 26, 2012

COP18 and the Business of Climate Change

The world’s biggest companies have been ramping up efforts to curb climate change.

Nov 26, 2012

Liam Kerr T’12 Outlines Problems and Opportunities in Education

Urges the use of management principles to improve school performance.

Nov 19, 2012

Give Me Your Skilled, Your Educated

Skilled immigrants have long supported U.S. jobs and living standards.

Nov 19, 2012

Implementing the Affordable Care Act

Health Care law addresses core issues in health care coverage and insurance.

Nov 16, 2012

Students Participate in International Forum on Corporate Governance and Leadership

Event focuses on ways governance and leadership can better serve society.

Nov 16, 2012

Colgate-Palmolive Alumni Give Marketing and Interviewing Lessons

The second of three on-campus recruiting events by Colgate-Palmolive, this session focused on shopper marketing and mock interviews.

Nov 12, 2012

Golder Wins Distinguished Scholar Award

Golder has been recognized by the Society for Marketing Advances for his use of the historical method in marketing research.

Nov 02, 2012

Panelists Discuss Big Data and the Future of Political Campaigns

The event, part of the Britt Technology Impact Series, focused on technological advances that are allowing campaigns to target voters and motivate them to cast their ballot on Election Day.

Oct 31, 2012

Peter Neupert T’80 Discusses Health Care and Technology

The health care industry is one of the last big pieces of the economy yet to be fundamentally changed by advances in communication and the Internet, says Peter Neupert T'80, co-founder of Drugstore.com and MSNBC.

Oct 25, 2012

Andrew Fastow, Former Enron CFO, Talks Ethics With Students

Fastow is proof that the road to ignominy is most often not well marked. His talk was part of the Choices & Challenges series organized by the Center for Business and Society.

Oct 10, 2012

Persuasion, Not Paternalism, is the Key to Fighting Obesity

Professor Keller prefers consumer choice and education to a soda ban.

Sep 28, 2012