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Target CEO opens up about data breach

Jan 14, 2014 /Paul Argenti says Target's apology sounded scripted.
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How to Beat the Market

Jan 13, 2014 /Cites research from Professor Kenneth French showing that value, momentum and quality are important factors in choosing investments.
View at Physician's Money Digest

Economy is growing, but not fast: Pro

Jan 13, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter tells CNBC that economic recovery in the U.S. would benefit from tax reform and immigration reform.
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Reputation Management Expert Sees Trouble for Christie

Jan 13, 2014 /Paul Argenti says Governor Christie's apology was missing important elements key to repairing his political image.
View at Dartmouth Now

Four ‘Sure Bets’ for the New Year

Jan 10, 2014 /Professor Sydney Finkelstein predicts more women in C-suites, a few lucky investors, some big severance checks, and entrepreneurs who hold on too long.
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A 1-800 number for data plans?

Jan 08, 2014 /Constance Helfat says people might watch promotional content on mobile devices if it's not charged against their data plan.
View at Marketplace

Always Coca-Cola (For a Certain Price)

Jan 08, 2014 /Praveen Kopalle used retailer data collected from loyalty card purchases to understand consumer reactions to price changes and fluctuations.
View at US News & World Report

What You Can Learn From The Best And Worst CEOs Of 2013

Jan 03, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein's best and worst CEOs of 2013.
View at Open Forum

When Strategy Fails

Jan 03, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein says that the five worst CEOs of 2013 were unable to react to changing circumstances.
View at Business Standard

Obama’s Position On Free Trade Marks Subtle Evolution

Jan 02, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter notes areas of concern as the President cautiously promotes trade agreements.
View at NPR

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