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The Two Most-Important Words for a CEO: Intrinsic Value

Nov 26, 2013 /Professor Robert Howell says "intrinsic value" can be defined as, "the discounted value of the cash that can be taken out of a business during its remaining life.”
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To Avoid the Customer Recency Trap, Listen to the Data

Nov 21, 2013 /Research by Scott Neslin and Gail Ayala Taylor shows it can be worthwhile to invest in customers who haven't bought lately.
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Reverse Innovation Starts with Education

Nov 20, 2013 /Tomorrow's engineers must create technologies that meet or exceed the performance of those in developed countries -- but for a fraction of the price, according to Vijay Govindarajan.
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Keep Upbeat On The Job Search When You’re Down In The Dumps

Nov 18, 2013 /Professor Ella Bell Smith suggests looking at the larger picture when facing a difficult job search.
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#AskJPM slam shows hatred for bank

Nov 15, 2013 /Paul Argenti says a recent Twitter campaign by JPMorgan Chase was, "just as dumb as can be."
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E Ink Looks Beyond E-Readers

Nov 14, 2013 /Alva Taylor says E Ink, the technology used in e-readers like Kindles, is likely to find new applications.
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Three ways to move from idea to innovation

Nov 14, 2013 /Beyond the Idea, by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble, describes a path to breakthrough ideas.
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Welcome to the world of unintended consequences

Nov 14, 2013 /Sydney Finkelstein says management decisions often have unexpected results.
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Tuck Professors Named to Thinkers50

Nov 12, 2013 /Vijay Govindarajan, Marshall Goldsmith, Richard D'Aveni, Sydney Finkelstein and Ron Adner were honored in the biennial list of top management thought leaders.
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Is Twitter overvalued?

Nov 08, 2013 /Anant Sundaram says Twitter's economic fundamentals do not justify its opening stock price.
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