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American Apparel’s Dov Charney One of the Worst CEOs

Dec 17, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein appears on "Bloomberg Surveillance" to discuss his list of best and worst CEOs.
View at Bloomberg TV

Smart People: Bad Financial Decisions

Dec 16, 2014 /Points to the book "Think Again" which is co-authored by Sydney Finkelstein.
View at Huffington Post

Small set to look beautiful again in 2015

Dec 16, 2014 /Points to analysis from the Kenneth French data library.
View at Financial Times

The Sony hack and the perils of keeping salaries so secret

Dec 12, 2014 /The Washington Post points to a tweet from Sydney Finkelstein on the Sony Pictures hack which brought information about employee compensation into public view.
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Why Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should stop refinancing mortgages

Dec 12, 2014 /John Vogel writes that, by guaranteeing mortgages in a refinancing, America’s mortgage giants are subsidizing homeowners and taking on greater risk.
View at Fortune

Veterans Pour Into MBA Programs As Military Downsizes

Dec 11, 2014 /Spotlights Jennifer Tietz T'15 and how her background as a U.S. Navy Reserve Lt.-Commander has shaped her experience at Tuck.
View at Poets & Quants

100 Most Influential in Business Ethics

Dec 11, 2014 /Professor Paul Argenti is one of the top academics on the 2014 list.
View at Ethisphere

3 Myths about Engineering Talent in China and India

Dec 10, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan refutes three misconceptions about engineering talent in China and India, including that offshore engineers cannot design products for American markets.
View at Harvard Business Review

How Mahindra & Mahindra came to dominate the Indian automotive industry

Dec 08, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan says, “Leaders act with courage—making decisions without full information and in the face of enormous uncertainty and potential risk."
View at Forbes India

Best & Worst 2014 MBA Job Placement At Top Schools

Dec 08, 2014 /Tuck comes out on top among the best business schools for job offers and acceptances at graduation (91 percent) and three months after graduation (98 percent).
View at Poets & Quants

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