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International Trade

Oct 14, 2014 /A report by Associate Dean Matthew J. Slaughter concludes that workers at globally engaged companies earn 15-20 percent more than those at purely domestic companies.
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Lebanon Opera House Names Four to Board

Oct 13, 2014 /W. Grant MacEwan T'82 has been elected to the Lebanon Opera House board of directors.
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Packaging the boss

Oct 13, 2014 /Paul Argenti comments on CEOs delegating their social media efforts to staff.
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The World’s Best Business Programmes

Oct 10, 2014 /Tuck is ranked #2 in the The Economist's ranking of full-time MBA programs.
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Hewlett-Packard Split Comes as More Investors Say Big Isn’t Better

Oct 10, 2014 /Research by B. Espen Eckbo and Karin S. Thorburn finds that a spinoff typically boosts a company’s stock.
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What Pandora Did for Music, This Cambridge Company Is Doing for Corporate Culture

Oct 09, 2014 /A feature on FirmPlay, an innovative job search website founded by Vasilios Alexiou T'12 and Jason Rivas T'12.
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Analysts: Darden at risk of losing board control in proxy vote

Oct 09, 2014 /B. Espen Eckbo comments on Starboard Value LP’s desire to gain control of Darden Restaurant Inc's board.
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IMF offers mixed economic picture, all eyes on Europe

Oct 09, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter and Peter Fisher share their insights on global economic growth in Europe.
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Paying It Forward For LGBT MBAs

Oct 08, 2014 /Tuck will give at least one student identifying as LGBTQA a minimum of $10,000 per year to pursue an MBA.
View at Poets & Quants

Note to Mary Barra: GM’s Recalls Aren’t Just a PR Problem

Oct 07, 2014 /Paul Argenti says that General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra is, "approaching [recalls] as a public relations/legal problem."
View at Bloomberg Businessweek

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