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You May Run from It, but Disruption Is Going to Occur All the Same—Here’s...

Features insights from Vijay Govindarajan in an article about how companies can embrace disruption.

Jul 18, 2018

With a Worldwide Shortage in Effective Leaders, Now’s the Time to Develop Your Leadership Skills

Highlights Tuck as one of the top business schools for preparing students to be leaders on a global stage.

Jul 17, 2018

Quant Funds Are Getting a Bad Rap

Mentions research by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French in an opinion piece regarding the performance of factor investing in 2018.

Jul 17, 2018

Fed Needs to Stop Forward Guidance, Dartmouth’s Fisher Says

On “Bloomberg Markets: America,” Peter Fisher discusses the Federal Reserve’s impact on both ends of the yield curve and why the bank must stop its practice of forward guidance.

Jul 17, 2018

New Admission Requirement: Being Nice

Highlights Tuck's new admissions criteria, which will evaluate candidates using four separate attributes—smart, nice, accomplished, and aware, and mentions reaction from industry consultants.

Jul 14, 2018

Dartmouth’s MBA Program Is Looking for ‘Niceness’

Quotes Luke Anthony Peña in a feature story about Tuck’s new admissions criteria, which will evaluate candidates based on four attributes—smart, nice, accomplished, and aware.

Jul 12, 2018

Pratt & Whitney Struggles to Get Its Dream Engine Program Humming

Quotes Richard D’Aveni in an article about jet engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney’s attempts to increase its efficiency.

Jul 12, 2018

Global Tuck ‘Tails Celebrates Dartmouth Tuck Network Worldwide

Quotes Quentin Reeve T’13 and Nicolas Fiore T’17 in an article about the sixth annual Global Tuck ‘Tails, which will bring together current students and alumni at events around the world throughout July.

Jul 12, 2018

Pandora Media CEO Sees Podcasts as Chance to Gain Edge on Rivals

As a guest on Bloomberg Television, Roger Lynch T’95, CEO of Pandora, discusses the future of the music streaming platform, including a new partnership with Snap and a push into podcasts.

Jul 11, 2018

Financial Times Ranks Top MBA Programs for Entrepreneurship

Names Tuck in an article about the Financial Times’ recent ranking of the top MBA programs around the world for entrepreneurship, in which Tuck was ranked #3.

Jul 11, 2018

Tuck MBAs Want to Burst Your Political News Bubble

A feature story about The Skeww, a website started by T’18s Sean Graber and Keal Harter, which takes the day’s trending political news and, using machine learning and language processing, aligns what media outlets are reporting on a political spectrum from left to right.

Jul 11, 2018

CEO of Amazon Health Care Venture a ‘Doctorpreneur’

Vijay Govindarajan discusses the new health care venture from Amazon, JP Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway, including why Atul Gawande is the right choice to lead the project.

Jul 11, 2018

The Supreme Court Nominee; Tariffs, Trade & the N.H. Economy

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses new trade policies, including tariffs, and their impact on the economy of New Hampshire and the United States as a whole on New Hampshire Public Radio’s “The Exchange.”

Jul 10, 2018

Health Care in India Can Provide Blueprint to Lower Costs in U.S.

As a guest on Bloomberg Markets, Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti discuss their new book Reverse Innovation in Health Care.

Jul 10, 2018

What India Can Teach the U.S. about Driving down the Cost of Health Care

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Ravi Ramamurti write that the U.S. could revamp its health care system and lower the cost of care delivery by exploring innovative ideas first implemented in India.

Jul 10, 2018

India Can Teach the U.S. How to Slash Health Care Costs by 40%—without Rationing Care

In an interview with MarketWatch, Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti discuss their new book, Reverse Innovation in Health Care: How to Make Value-Based Delivery Care Work.

Jul 10, 2018

3 Entrepreneurs Who Made It Their Mission to Lower Health Care Costs

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Mahesh Sriram illustrate how the United States health care system can learn from Indian innovations, using three examples of entrepreneurs that delivered high-value care at low-costs.

Jul 09, 2018

Extra Points for Being Nice

Quotes Luke Anthony Peña in a feature story about Tuck’s new admissions criteria, which will evaluate candidates based on four attributes—smart, nice, accomplished, and aware.

Jul 09, 2018

Value’ Stocks May Not Be the Bear-Market Cure, after All

Cites research by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French in an article about whether investors should consider value stocks during a bear market.

Jul 08, 2018

Trump’s Tariff Gripe Valid but Not His Reaction, Say Experts

Quotes Davin Chor in an article about the Trump administration’s decision to levy tariffs in response to what it deems unfair global trade practices against the United States.

Jul 07, 2018

Narayana Health Inspires the West

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about how Indian health care innovators are setting an example the United States should follow as it seeks to improve its health care system.

Jul 06, 2018

For Athletes, It’s Double Trouble to Plan for Retirement

Mentions Tuck’s Next Step: Transition to Business program designed for military veterans and elite athletes in an article about how professional athletes should prepare for their retirements—first from sport and later from their careers.

Jul 05, 2018

Rich Countries Can Follow the India Model of Health Care

Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti discuss their new book, Reverse Innovation in Health Care: How to Make Value-Based Delivery Work.

Jul 05, 2018

Cree Girds for LED Tariffs It Says Will Sting

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about the impact new tariffs on China will have on smaller U.S. businesses, such as Cree, a North Carolina-based maker of lighting products.

Jul 04, 2018

How Trump’s Policy Decisions Undermine the Industries He Pledged to Help

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about how recently proposed policies could have adverse effects on industries such as farming, automotive, and energy.

Jul 04, 2018

Lou’s Restaurant & Bakery in Hanover Is Sold

Features Jarett Berke T’17, who recently purchased a Hanover landmark institution, Lou’s Restaurant and Bakery.

Jul 03, 2018

The Factors behind China’s Growing Strength in Innovation

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Jie Gan explore how China has built itself into a hub of innovation, and what the transformation could mean for the future.

Jul 02, 2018

India Has a Lot to Teach America in Health Care

Vijay Govindarajan discusses his forthcoming book Reverse Innovation in Health Care, which explores how the U.S. can improve its health care system with innovations first implemented in places like India.

Jul 02, 2018

Smart Beta Strategies for Retail Investors

Mentions the three-factor model developed in the 1990s by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French in an article about the rise of smart beta investing and how retail investors can use the practice to their advantage.

Jun 29, 2018

A Twist of Fate

Profiles Fred McKinney, managing director of minority business programs, whose career path has spanned academia, government, and industry.

Jun 28, 2018

The 3-D Printing Playbook

Richard D’Aveni explores recent advances in 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, and offers a playbook on how the technology can shape business models and strategy decisions.

Jun 28, 2018

Transforming Health Care from the Ground Up

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Ravi Ramamurti explain how bottom-up innovation is driving change in the U.S. health care system.

Jun 28, 2018

As Trade Barriers Go Up, Global Supply Chains Unravel

Cites research by Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about the impact global trade uncertainty has on supply chains.

Jun 27, 2018

To Trump, Harley’s Tariff Decision Is a Personal — and Unexpected — Betrayal

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about Harley-Davidson’s decision to move a portion of production outside the United States.

Jun 26, 2018

Is This the Hospital That Will Finally Push the Expensive U.S. Health Care System to...

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Ravi Ramamurti illustrate how reverse innovation allowed Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI) to provide low-cost, value-based care and why the U.S. health care industry should take note.

Jun 22, 2018

MBA Applicants Hold High Expectations for Business School Admissions Process, Survey Finds

An article about the latest MBA Applicant Survey conducted by the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC), mentions Tuck among the top business schools that get to know prospective students best during the application process.

Jun 20, 2018