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Amazon Only Perfected What American Work Culture Created

Sydney Finkelstein says, "Amazon is perfecting the American business model: working day and night. No meaningfulness."

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The Branding Logic Behind Google’s Creation of...

Kevin Lane Keller says, "Fundamentally, brands survive and thrive on their ability to deliver on a compelling brand promise—to provide desired benefits in ways that can't be matched by another brand or firm."

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What’s Behind the M&A Mania

Anant Sundaram says that because CEOs have accumulated savings and their shares are highly valued, they say to themselves, "I feel wealthy so I’ll go shopping for big-ticket items."

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Does jobs report accurately measure job growth?

Matthew Slaughter says, "We already have seven million people today in the U.S. economy who say that they're working, but they're not on the payroll of a company. So these people are driving cars for Uber ... they're riding their...

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Class of 2015: The Toughest Part of the MBA...

Michaela LeBlanc T'15 says, "At Tuck, I took courses in the core curriculum like marketing and operations that were far out of my previous knowledge base.”

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The Best and Worst Corporate Apologies of 2015

Sydney Finkelstein comments on the apology by the CEO of Takata for faulty airbags. "His apology was definitely overdue. This has been going on for a while."

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Where the Class of 2014 Went to Work

An interactive table shows how the top 25 U.S. schools compare with each other when it comes to the industry choices of MBAs.

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Middle Management Vanishing? Tuck Professor vs. Simon Dean

Sydney Finkelstein says, "You need way fewer middle managers. It’s not that middle management is going to disappear, but the number of middle managers absolutely is going down.”

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Marshall Goldsmith’s Required Reading

Marshall Goldsmith offers book recommendations for leaders striving to enhance their performance.

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The Business Schools That Create The Most ‘Market...

P&Q's ranking of the top business schools in the United States places Tuck fourth for overall compensation, with graduates averaging $155,037.

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IIMs are yet to produce a big management...

Vijay Govindarajan argues that the time is now for academicians from emerging markets to come up with "big ideas."

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Two ways the next moves by Greece and...

Dean Matthew Slaughter was quoted in a story on Greece's potential default.

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