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A Food Truck Comes To Dartmouth

Mar 31, 2014 /NHPR's Brady Carlson talks with the team behind The Box — Eric Winn T'14, Mike Parshley T'14, Peter Shively T'15, and Tyler Harvey TP'15.
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Satya Nadella’s symbolic debut

Mar 31, 2014 /The Washington Post's On Leadership blog pulls a tweet from Sydney Finkelstein on Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella, that said, "Finally, a $MSFT CEO who has creativity and humility.…
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Rotation to value crushes tech stocks

Mar 31, 2014 /Kenneth French, the Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance, is mentioned for his data on growth stocks.
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G.M. Recall Total in 2014 Reaches 4.8 Million

Mar 31, 2014 /Kevin Lane Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, is quoted in The New York Times on the vulnerability of G.M.’s reputation.
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Tuck in Transition: Longtime Dean Danos Announces Retirement Plans

Mar 31, 2014 /The Valley News interviews Dean Paul Danos in a feature on his retiring as Tuck's dean in June 2015.
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Midas List: More Liberal Arts-Trained Investors

Mar 28, 2014 /Peter Barris T'77 is on Forbes' list of the world's best venture capitalists.
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WTAS Welcomes Managing Director and CFO, David Kapnick

Mar 27, 2014 /David Kapnick T'78 joins one of the country's largest independent tax firms.
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China’s E-Commerce Giant Alibaba To Offer U.S.-Listed IPO

Mar 26, 2014 /Anant Sundaram, visiting professor of business administration, was interviewed on NPR's Morning Edition to discuss Chinese tech company Alibaba's decision to go public in New York…
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Paul Danos to stand down as dean of Tuck at Dartmouth College

Mar 26, 2014 /Paul Danos is to step down as dean of the Tuck school at Dartmouth College when his term of appointment comes to an end in June 2015.
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Closing Bell Exchange: Yellen’s tapering timetable

Mar 26, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter notes that future actions by the Federal Reserve will be based on broad indicators concerning employment and the economy.
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