In the Media

In Canada, small-cap stocks have failed to live...

Mentions Kenneth French's co-research on small cap stocks.

View at The Globe and Mail

Private Wealth Management Industry Invests In More MBA...

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

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Deloitte names Punit Renjen CEO of global operations

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...

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...

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

Poets and Quants refers to Tuck's top spot in The Economist's student poll of alumni network usefulness.

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Network effects

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?

In his Syd Weighs In column, Sydney Finkelstein writes that sometimes less is actually more.

View at BBC

Empowering women in rural Rajasthan to tackle malnutrition

In collaboration with Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Tuck OnSite Global Consulting produced three case studies about improving nutrition for vulnerable groups.

View at The Guardian

Finding The Funds For Infrastructure Improvement

Matthew Slaughter discusses the Obama administration's plan to tax American companies' overseas profits to fund infrastructure improvements on, "On Point with Tom Ashbrook."

View at NPR

What does it mean to say HML is...

Kenneth French and co-author Eugene Fama say that a four-factor model that drops HML captures average returns as well as the five-factor model.

View at Fama/French Forum

What lack of global wealth distribution means for...

Matthew Slaughter speaks on the distribution of global wealth and what that means for international trade policy.

View at Minnesota Public Radio