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Vogel: Nineteen Days

Feb 20, 2015 /John Vogel discusses how Dan & Whit's, “an old-fashioned general store” in Norwich, VT used social media to launch a campaign which raised $231,000 for the Upper Valley Haven.
View at Vermont Public Radio

The Scramble to Bring the Internet to more Indians

Feb 19, 2015 /Points to a 2012 Tuck study that reveals having more Internet in a country benefits its GDP.
View at The Hindu

In Canada, small-cap stocks have failed to live up to the hype

Feb 19, 2015 /Mentions Kenneth French's co-research on small cap stocks.
View at The Globe and Mail

Private Wealth Management Industry Invests In More MBA Talent

Feb 18, 2015 /Business Because reports that, "investment management has risen to be the second most popular finance career among MBAs (at the Tuck School)."
View at Business Because

Deloitte names Punit Renjen CEO of global operations

Feb 18, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan says, "Given the growing importance of emerging markets, we are likely to see more CEOs of western multinationals drawn from countries like India."
View at Times of India

Hog Grower’s Lawyers Object to Mentions of Chinese Ties

Feb 17, 2015 /Matt Slaughter noted that Chinese firm Shuanghui, one of the world’s largest pork producers, “wasn't like the state-owned companies commonly found in Communist economies."
View at ABC News

Big Tech, Consulting Firms Poised To Hike MBA Hiring In Europe

Feb 17, 2015 /The percentage of MBA graduates who found jobs in the tech industry at the Tuck School jumped to 18% last year from 13% in 2013.
View at Business Because

The Best B-School Alumni Networks

Feb 17, 2015 /Poets and Quants refers to Tuck's top spot in The Economist's student poll of alumni network usefulness.
View at Poets & Quants

Network effects

Feb 12, 2015 /When the Economist asked MBA students which school has the, "most useful alumni network," Tuck topped the list.
View at The Economist

Why is simplicity so complicated?

Feb 12, 2015 /In his Syd Weighs In column, Sydney Finkelstein writes that sometimes less is actually more.
View at BBC

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