In the Media

A Better Way For Trump To Respond To...

An opinion piece by Richard D'Aveni discusses President Trump’s change in stance on China while offering an alternative approach. “We don’t need to confront China head-on,” writes D’Aveni.

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Feeling Wealthy? How Your Tax Refund (or Payment)...

An opinion piece by Eesha Sharma about how financial constraints change individual behavior and decision making. “As consumers, we must routinely consider our financial standing when we assess how much we can afford to spend on...

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Commerce Department Orders 20 Percent Tariff on Canadian

As a guest on NPR's "All Things Considered," Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the Commerce Department’s plan to implement a 20 percent tariff on Canadian lumber imports.

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The Brain Boasts Its Own Social Network

Highlights recent research by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, and co-authors that shows how social networks have become so important that the human brain has evolved to encode and recognize the...

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Whose Song Is It, Anyway?

An opinion piece by Matthew Rees, senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, discusses how musicians are urging Congress to modernize the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

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The Case for Letting Your Best People Go

Cites the book Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent written by Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, in an article about the advantages of letting top talent leave an organization.

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Business School Students Find Voices in an Age...

Mentions the September 2016 solidarity gathering organized by Black Students at Tuck and quotes Matthew Bubley T'17 regarding MBA student activism. “It is a feeling that business people ought to be concerned about what goes on...

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Phones and Social Media Turn Consumers Into Whistleblowers

Quotes Paul Argenti, professor of corporate communication, about how smartphone cameras and social media are democratizing information and shifting power to consumers—preventing companies from sweeping complaints under the rug.

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Even Best Stock Pickers Can’t Beat Bots

An article about how traditional active stock management is dying because computers are better and cheaper, cites a simple quantitative value strategy compiled by Kenneth French, the Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance....

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The End of Focus: A New Wave of...

An opinion piece by Richard D'Aveni discusses how advances in manufacturing technology will change the way companies compete, creating “pan-industrial” conglomerates. “A pan-industrial company may look like a conglomerate on...

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The 40 Most Outstanding MBA Professors Under 40

Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, are named two of Poets and Quants' 2017 Best 40 Under 40 Professors.

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How to Deal with a Chronically Indecisive Boss

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, about how reporting to an indecisive boss is unquestionably challenging. "It drives you crazy because without direction, you're not sure what to do," says...

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