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International Trade Slows Despite Globalization Fears

As a guest on WNYC’s “The Takeaway,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses the topic of international trade and its effect on voters in the upcoming presidential election. “Voters care more about how they’re doing—how’s...

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Ikea Strategy Ditches the Dream Home for the...

Quotes Kevin Lane Keller about Ikea's new "We Help You Make It" advertising campaign and inclusive message, “No matter who you are, what you do, or how much you make, you can still make the dream yours.” Keller opines, “This...

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Seventh Generation Says Corporate Buyout is a Chance...

As a guest on "VPR News," Paul Argenti comments about Unilever’s recent acquisition of the natural homecare company Seventh Generation. Argenti states that incorporating social and environmental goals into the company’s values...

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Tata’s Shock Coup Follows Simmering Rift at...

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about the controversial dismissal of Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons Limited, the holding company of India’s largest conglomerate Tata Group. “The biggest challenge for an...

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Donald Trump’s Brand Takes a Hit From...

Quotes Kevin Lane Keller about how the ugliest presidential race in modern history has tarnished the Trump name to such degree that it may jeopardize the future of his business enterprises. Keller says that some would-be customers...

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Meet Dartmouth Tuck’s MBA Class of 2018

Quotes Patricia Harrison, senior associate director of admissions, in a feature article highlighting a dozen T’18 students. “While the students in Tuck’s class of 2018 are smart, accomplished and diverse, they’re so much...

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Right Tech, Wrong Time

An opinion piece co-authored by Ron Adner examines the shifts in technology that disrupt businesses and industries and the importance of timing these transitions. “Few modern firms are untouched by the urgency of innovation,”...

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Making Billions With One Belief: The Markets Can...

Cites research conducted by Kenneth French and his colleague Eugene Fama that shows stocks with smaller market capitalizations—including those trading at low prices relative to their asset values and those with above-average...

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Bringing Light to the Grey Gconomy

Cites research conducted by Rafael La Porta in an article about the impact that an informal economy versus a formal economy can have on a country due to tax losses. “In poor countries the average formal firm employs 126 people,...

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Pro: Samsung Can Survive Phone Crisis

As a guest on CNBC's “Power Lunch,” Paul Argenti discusses Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 crisis and where the company stands in terms of damage control. “I’m not worried about the company surviving, but the product is another...

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Two Ways to Break into India’s Consumer...

An opinion piece co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan about how multinational companies can enter the market in India by leveraging the county’s supply chain and taking advantage of its growing e-commerce. “Nimble global consumer...

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Surveillance: Gross Says Job Report Won’t Bar...

As a guest on "Bloomberg Surveillance," Peter Fisher talks about the U.S. economy. "We wish we had more of an acceleration in this recovery. We wish we were doing better in some terms, but we're doing pretty well especially...

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