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Tech mounts pre-emptive strike on taxes

Jan 28, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter writes that wringing more taxes out of the most innovative companies in the U.S. would be counterproductive in the long run.
View at The Hill

This Might Be the Toughest Year Yet for CEOs

Jan 28, 2015 /Sydney Finkelstein says many CEO errors arise from arrogance and complacency.
View at Fast Company

3 Ways Businesses Are Addressing Inequality in Emerging Markets

Jan 26, 2015 /Vijay Govindarajan describes what businesses can do to help boost shared prosperity, a new aim that the World Bank has added to its original goal of reducing poverty.
View at Harvard Business Review

To get rich, stifle emotion-driven investment picks

Jan 26, 2015 /Quotes Kenneth French on his skepticism about Thomas Howard's investment approach, which involves buying and selling stocks without even knowing the names of the companies.
View at USA Today

Global MBA Ranking 2015

Jan 26, 2015 /The Financial Times published its annual ranking of MBA programs. Tuck ranked 12th among U.S. schools and 23rd worldwide out of the top 100 MBA programs.
View at Financial Times

Charming Investors by Playing Hard to Get

Jan 23, 2015 /Mentions research co-authored by Kenneth French that argues "stock price movements are unpredictable and that trying to pick securities to beat the market is pointless."
View at Bloomberg Businessweek

Tuck Prof Chosen New Dean Of School

Jan 23, 2015 /Reports on the appointment of Matthew J. Slaughter as the next dean of Tuck.
View at Poets & Quants

Dartmouth appoints Tuck professor as next b-school dean

Jan 23, 2015 /Matthew Slaughter, management professor and associate dean for faculty at Tuck, will step up to become dean of the school on July 1.
View at Financial Times

Longtime Tuck Professor Matthew J. Slaughter Named Business School’s 10th Dean

Jan 23, 2015 /Dartmouth College has picked a popular faculty member, administrator and international trade economist to be the 10th dean of the Tuck School of Business.
View at Valley News

Poor not to blame for housing’s meltdown, researchers say

Jan 23, 2015 /Felipe Severino shows the majority of mortgage dollars originated between 2002 and 2006 were obtained by middle and high income borrowers.
View at MarketWatch

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