In the Media

Vogel: Healthcare Advice

In his latest VPR interview, John Vogel discusses the likelihood of the American Health Care Act failing and suggests, as an alternative, that Republicans make every American eligible for Medicare. “By making every American...

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The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the MBA

Daniella Reichstetter T’07, executive director of entrepreneurship, Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, reflects on the value of an MBA from an entrepreneurial perspective. “Just as we educate general business...

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Trump Budget Expected to Seek Historic Contraction of...

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter about how many of the cuts the Trump administration will propose would impact what he sees as investments in the United States’ future—such as health research, transportation projects, and...

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Uber Used Secret Tool, Extraordinary Measures to Sidestep...

Quotes Paul Argenti regarding the high-profile issues that Uber has faced in recent weeks. “This is a really bad month. The number and kind of problems they have is an unusual array of bad luck and bad behavior combined,” says...

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Business Schools Face Surge in Activism

Quotes Andrew King in an article about the rise in activism among MBA students and professors. “There’s always been a feeling among us professors that we shouldn’t be too political or it reduced our credibility,” says...

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U.S. Companies Are Hopeful but Wary about...

As a guest on Marketplace, Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses concerns about the U.S. breaking away from the World Trade Organization. “If the United States did walk away in part torn, more dramatic fashion and pull cloth from the...

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How American Workers Got Lazy

An opinion piece by Matthew Rees about the growing complacency that is spreading across the American labor force; questioning whether American ingenuity will revive a low-growth economy. “There’s much less progress under way...

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8 Books Every Leader Needs to Read in 2017

Lists Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent by Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, as one of the best business books to read in 2017.

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Across Top B-Schools, MBAs Open Up

An article by Nicole Burns T’17 and Matthew Bubley T’17 highlights the efforts by business school students and faculty to take a stand and speak out about political and social movements. The article mentions the petitions...

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Why Statisticians Worry about Alternative Economic Facts

As a guest on “Bloomberg Markets,” Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses President Donald Trump's approach to economic analysis and potential changes to how U.S. trade data is reported. “The trade statistics are one of the most...

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6 Reasons Smart People Fail

Cites research by Sydney Finkelstein where Finkelstein and his colleagues studied 51 of the business world’s most notorious failures—interviewing CEOs and people from all levels. “He and his team found that the poor...

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The Monetizing of the President

Quotes Kevin Lane Keller in an opinion piece discussing four ways President Donald Trump stands to gain financially from his term in office. Keller argues that President Trump’s usage of Mar-a-Lago as the “Winter White...

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