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4 Ways to Raise Open-Minded Kids

Ellie Kyung opines on how parents can teach their children to be open-minded. A social psychologist, Kyung is particularly interested in implicit memory—how previous learning experiences influence behavior—and writes that...

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Don’t Let New Blood Pressure Guidelines Raise...

Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, adjunct professor of business administration, argues that new guidelines regarding recommended blood pressure could be counterproductive. “Focusing on the number 130 not only will involve millions of people...

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Meet Dartmouth Tuck’s MBA Class of 2019

“The class comes to Hanover after working for 256 different employers over the past year, with experiences ranging from managing sales for Google to leading platoons in Afghanistan,” writes Poets & Quants in a feature story...

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GE’s $100 Billion Wipeout Heralds Reckoning for an...

An article about GE’s recent struggles quotes Vijay Govindarajan. With shares sliding 37 percent in 2017, many have expressed concern about the company’s ultimate future, but Govindarajan maintains the outlook isn’t entirely...

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A Corporate Tax Cut and Jobs Might Not...

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in a piece about the recently proposed tax code reform, which would cut the corporate tax rate. One of the arguments for the cut is that companies will invest their increased profits to create better...

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Five-Star Troubles: Will Saudi Prince Keep His Grip...

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about the affect Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal’s recent arrest could have on Four Seasons Hotels Inc., of which Alwaleed is a part owner. Argenti says the Four Seasons brand is strong enough...

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Go Ahead, Chase the New New Thing, Study...

Daniel Feiler discusses his recent study exploring the intersection of uncertainty, choice, and expectation. Feiler says understanding your implicit bias regarding the choices you make doesn’t mean you should avoid choosing the...

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Real Humans of the Tuck MBA Class of 2019

Profiles five students from the Class of 2019: Aimee Dennett, Christopher Ramos, Oinatz Uribe, Sam Bristol, and Seval Harac. The students were asked a variety of questions including why they chose Tuck, the highlight so far from...

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Why Companies Should Hire Teams, Not Individuals

Sydney Finkelstein argues that companies should hire in groups rather than a single person at a time. “By hiring preformed teams, companies can welcome in several individuals at once who already are part of a different kind of...

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Vegas Rebranding Shows Difficulty of Messaging after Tragedy

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about the difficulties of messaging after tragic events, a situation Las Vegas finds itself in following the mass shooting on October 1. Argenti says organizations need to carefully consider...

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Top 5 Reasons Diversity MBA Conferences Should Be on...

Quotes T’18s Bianca Goins, Jodine Gordon, and Sadé Lawrence about the benefits diversity conferences offer MBA students. Gordon says one of the advantages is the opportunity to get a glimpse of company culture.

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Why There Still Aren’t a Lot of...

Ella Bell Smith discusses the lack of women in high-level executive positions and how women of color, particularly African-American women, are impacted and what can be done to change the trend.

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