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The Pros and Cons of Groupon

Scott Neslin and M. Eric Johnson unravel the mysteries behind Groupon’s unparalleled success—and discuss its possible agents of doom.

Nov 07, 2011

Beyond Borders

Ever since its founding, Tuck has emphasized the importance of understanding the broad role of business in society.

Nov 04, 2011

Bridging the Gap

Fifteen years and countless imitators later, Tuck's pioneering Business Bridge Program continues to give undergraduates the tools to chart their own paths. And often they lead back to Tuck.

Nov 04, 2011

The Win Column

Peter Golder’s landmark foreign-market entry study earns American Marketing Association prize.

Nov 04, 2011

In Bad Company

A string of blunders has put Netflix in the inauspicious company of Enron and BP, says communications professor Paul Argenti.

Nov 03, 2011

Tuck Hosts Forum on Sustainability and Public Policy

The fourth annual Executive Sustainability Forum brings 25 leaders from corporations, NGOs, and government to Hanover for two days of lectures and peer learning.

Oct 21, 2011

Taking a Chance on China

Twenty-two years ago, Giles Chance T’85 gambled that China’s economy would take off. Earlier this fall, he shared his experience with students.

Oct 20, 2011

Peter G. Peterson Urges Pragmatism, Leadership to Solve Economic Woes

The founder and chairman emeritus of the Blackstone Group addressed the Tuck community in a Newshour event in anticipation of the Republican presidential debate.

Oct 13, 2011

A Stress Test for the Euro

The European Union is bailing out Greece again. The bigger worry, says Tuck professor Espen Eckbo, is that Italy might be next.

Oct 06, 2011

New Milestone for Tuck Annual Giving

Tuck achieved an unprecedented 70.5 percent participation in its 2011 TAG campaign.

Sep 30, 2011

What Bank of America Needs Now

Current Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is nothing like his predecessor. That’s a good thing, says Professor Syd Finkelstein.

Sep 22, 2011

A Nation Overarmed?

Barney Frank says cutting defense spending is key to cutting the deficit while restoring economic growth.

Sep 19, 2011

Professor Eckbo Receives Honorary Doctorate from Norwegian School of Economics

Professor B. Espen Eckbo joined a list of Nobel laureates and internationally renowned economists when he received an honorary doctorate from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in September.

Sep 15, 2011

From Georgia to Maine

Krystal Williams T’03 stops by Tuck on her thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail.

Sep 12, 2011

Learning the Ropes

Hiking, camping, and problem solving in Tuck’s newest outdoor orientation program

Sep 09, 2011

Reinventing Capitalism

If last summer's debt-ceiling crisis taught us anything, says professor Richard D’Aveni, it’s that the United States needs a transformational economic strategy. In his new book, Strategic Capitalism, D'Aveni offers one.

Aug 18, 2011

Different Roads to Innovation

Most companies don’t have a superstar like Steve Jobs at the helm, and that’s all right, says Tuck professor Alva Taylor.

Aug 16, 2011

Tuck Executive Program Welcomes a New Group of Business Leaders

Senior executives from around the world immerse themselves in a three-week executive education program.

Jul 25, 2011

Murdoch’s Own Horizon

Like the BP oil spill last year, News Corp.’s phone-hacking crisis may have roots in a toxic corporate culture, says Tuck professor Sydney Finkelstein.

Jul 19, 2011

Going Forward in Reverse

Vijay Govindarajan says the locus of innovation is shifting to the developing world.

Jul 18, 2011

A Longer Leash

M. Eric Johnson offers managers a new way of governing employee access to data that allows for both greater flexibility and control.

Jul 18, 2011

The Science of Better Choices

Punam Anand Keller wants to help you make the right decision for your health.

Jul 18, 2011

Prescription for Health—and Profits

Scott Neslin examines patient compliance and persistence in pharmaceuticals and finds valuable lessons for marketing and public policy.

Jul 18, 2011

LEADers of the Pack

Talented high school students gain exposure to the principles of business.

Jul 15, 2011

Up Against the Debt Ceiling

Professor Matthew Slaughter Testifies before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee on the consequences of defaulting on the national debt.

Jul 08, 2011

Tuck and TDI Welcome First Master of Health Care Delivery Science Students

Forty-seven healthcare professionals begin a unique degree aimed at increasing the quality and lowering the costs of healthcare.

Jul 05, 2011

Tuck Faculty Appointed to New Endowed Chairs

Kenneth R. French and Richard A. D'Aveni have been appointed to new professorships endowed by Tuck alumni.

Jun 29, 2011

Getting By With a Disrupted Supply

Associate professor Brian Tomlin says the earthquake and tsunami in Japan have reminded automakers about the vulnerability of supply chains.

Jun 27, 2011

The Road Less Traveled

Entrepreneur Steve Hooper T’11 and two classmates are spending their post-graduation summer cycling across the country.

Jun 24, 2011

Class of 2011 Celebrates Teaching Excellence

For its class gift, the class of 2011 has organized and endowed annual awards to recognize two faculty members.

Jun 16, 2011

Crude Calculations

Marketing professor Kusum Ailawadi studied how gasoline prices impact consumers’ grocery shopping behavior.

Jun 06, 2011

A Healthier Pepsi

Can PepsiCo grow its business without also growing Americans’ waistlines? Peter Golder says yes.

Jun 01, 2011

The Hype About Skype

Tuck faculty explore the nuances behind the biggest deal in Microsoft’s 36-year history.

May 19, 2011

The Five-Minute CEO

In his Leadership in the Global Economy course, Professor Slaughter uses the framework of congressional testimony, with students as CEOs at the witness table, to teach students how business leaders should lead companies amidst increasingly present governments of many countries. In other words, how to tell their stories briefly and convincingly.

May 18, 2011

One Step Closer to the South Pole

Richard Smith T’11 and his Polar Vision team passed their first test of endurance and planning. Next stop: Antarctica.

May 16, 2011

Go East, Young Leader

Tuck graduates find a promising start in Korea.

May 16, 2011