In the Media

Best Business Schools

Tuck is ranked #9 in U.S. News' ranking of the best business schools.

View at U.S. News & World Report

Best Schools For High-Paying I-Bank Jobs

Poets and Quants mentions Tuck as one of the best business schools for high-paying investment bank jobs.

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Many metrics can be used to value markets....

Cites Kenneth French and his colleague Eugene Fama's views on different methods of valuation.

View at The Washington Post

The New Tech-Stock Temptation

Quotes Kenneth French on growth stocks, which he defines as those whose share price is high in relation to the book value of their assets.

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Investor Read on Jobs Number

Matthew Slaughter says the Federal Reserve has helped stimulate job growth but cannot create higher-paying jobs.

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The Top 20 B-Schools For MBA Startups In 2015

Tuck is listed as one of the top 20 business schools that nurtures students' ideas to the point that they gain backing.

View at Poets & Quants

The Active Fund Industry is Desperate

Points to research co-authored by Kenneth French, the Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance.

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No Salary Secrets At One Vermont Manufacturer

Aine Donovan questions whether it's good policy to share the salaries of all employees saying, in some ways, it can be a huge disincentive to the workforce.

View at Vermont Public Radio

Is There a Case for Actively Managed Funds?

Points to research co-authored by Kenneth French, the Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance.

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Vijay Govindarajan Wins Prestigious AMCF Award of Excellence

The award from the Association of Management Consulting Firms recognizes an individual who has contributed substantially to the development of the consulting profession.

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The Secret of Thinking Small to Win Big

Sydney Finkelstein says there is a big payoff for companies that embrace the logic of simplicity.

View at BBC

What MBA Grads Made In 2014 & Why This...

Tuck dean Paul Danos says that the compensation of MBA grads from top business schools in 2014 exceeded pre-crash levels.

View at Poets & Quants