In the Media

Slammed by Trump, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Chooses...

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article regarding the decision not to engage with President Trump made by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos following numerous tweets from the president criticizing the company.

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Q&A: Valuation and Accounting Challenges of...

Vijay Govindarajan and Anup Srivastava weigh in on accounting challenges in regard to intangible assets. The professors say that, while the challenge is greatest for digital companies, it can apply to numerous businesses.A

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Zuckerberg Takes Facebook Data Apology Tour to Washington

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in front of Congress.

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What Mark Zuckerberg Has to Fear in Testifying...

An article exploring what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could face when he testifies before Congress next week quotes Paul Argenti.

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A Total Look at MBA Pay at Leading...

An article about salary and bonus data at top business schools highlights Tuck as the school with the highest percentage of students receiving signing bonuses among those ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report.

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Tariffs Explained

In an interview with PRI’s “The World,” Emily Blanchard discusses recent tariffs proposed by President Trump on China, as well as potential retaliatory tariffs.

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Trump Keeps Attacking Corporations. But Do They Really...

An article about presidents picking fights with corporations, including President Trump’s recent clash with Amazon, quotes Paul Argenti. He says that, in the case of Amazon, it’s perhaps better to not have the support of the...

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Massive United States-Saudi Infrastructure Fund Struggles to Get...

Quotes Colin Blaydon in an article about a $40 billion infrastructure investment fund created in 2017 by Blackstone. Blaydon says the fund’s inability to gain traction is surprising given the company behind it.

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How Medicine Got Too Good for Its Own...

Profiles Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, who has spent much of his career warning of the dangers of overdiagnosis, which can lead to unnecessary procedures and even harm patients that are otherwise healthy.

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The Club Store Effect: Research from Dartmouth College...

Highlights research by Kusum Ailawadi exploring the effect that shopping at warehouse club stores has on consumers. Ailawadi found that people who shop at club stores shop more, spend more, and eat more than those who don’t, but...

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Elon Musk’s April Fools’ Tweets Were ‘Not...

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article regarding Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s April Fools’ tweets stating the electric car maker was bankrupt. Argenti says the tweets were in poor taste given recent news surrounding the company.

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Here’s How Kellogg, Tuck and Wharton Are...

Quotes Jessica Nuñez T’18 in an article highlighting the various ways top U.S. business schools promote and motivate women in business. At Tuck, efforts range from coffee chats with prospective students to large-scale events...

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