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Apr 27, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan says after former GE CEO Jack Welch retired, “financial engineering became the big thing, and industrial engineering became secondary.”
View at The New Yorker

US full-time MBA faces scrutiny

Apr 24, 2015 /Tuck's next dean, Matthew Slaughter, discusses the future of the MBA and why it's still a worthwhile investment.
View at Financial Times

How we wrongly convince ourselves we’re right

Apr 23, 2015 /Sydney Finkelstein looks at the importance of paying attention to data and being intellectually honest with yourself when making decisions.
View at BBC

5 Reasons To Do Campus Visits In Spring

Apr 23, 2015 /Amy Mitson says, “Spring is a great time to look at a program. This will also give you something to reflect on when writing your application in the fall.”
View at Poets and Quants

Kenyon: Co-op Election Failure

Apr 22, 2015 /John Vogel comments on the democratic operation of cooperatives in light of the Hanover Co-op's upcoming governing board election.
View at Valley News

Vogel: Ending Homelessness

Apr 22, 2015 /John Vogel discusses Utah's Housing First model as well as research studies that have shown costs associated with homelessness.
View at Vermont Public Radio

Risk Officers’ Rise Expands Lucrative MBA Jobs In Finance, Consulting

Apr 20, 2015 /Stephen Pidgeon weighs in on the booming business of risk management.
View at Business Because

The One Skill No MBA Can Survive Without

Apr 20, 2015 /Tuck won the Odyssey MBA Games where teams competed in the areas of pitching an entrepreneurial concept, negotiation, solving a difficult business case study and making a sales pitch.
View at Forbes

Fraud Fed the Mortgage Crisis

Apr 20, 2015 /Cites research by Felipe Severino, which argued that, leading up to the housing crisis, the bulk of mortgage lending and losses occurred among middle-class and high-income borrowers.
View at The New York Times

How to Get People to Change Their Passwords

Apr 20, 2015 /In this opinion piece, Punam Keller gives five recommendations for ways that consumers could be motivated to pay attention to hacking threats and take action to protect themselves.
View at The Wall Street Journal

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