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Scott Neslin and M. Eric Johnson unravel the mysteries behind Groupon’s unparalleled success—and discuss its possible agents of doom.
A string of blunders has put Netflix in the inauspicious company of Enron and BP, says communications professor Paul Argenti.
The European Union is bailing out Greece again. The bigger worry, says Tuck professor Espen Eckbo, is that Italy might be next.
Current Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is nothing like his predecessor. That’s a good thing, says Professor Syd Finkelstein.
If last summer's debt-ceiling crisis taught us anything, says professor Richard D’Aveni, it’s that the United States needs a transformational economic strategy. In his new book, Strategic Capitalism, D'Aveni offers one.
Most companies don’t have a superstar like Steve Jobs at the helm, and that’s all right, says Tuck professor Alva Taylor.
Like the BP oil spill last year, News Corp.’s phone-hacking crisis may have roots in a toxic corporate culture, says Tuck professor Sydney Finkelstein.