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Women in Leadership: An Interview with Ella Bell

Apr 18, 2014 /Q&A with Ella Bell (Smith), associate professor of business administration, focuses on women's leadership.
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Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Apr 18, 2014 /Leonard Greenhalgh, professor of management, says "Minority- and women-owned suppliers are both incredibly important to the future of the economy. That’s why you need accelerators.…
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Poets & Quants: Life is Good at the Tuck School

Apr 18, 2014 /Offers and acceptances are ahead of last year's strong results.
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Cowardly corporate lions: Whatever happened to courage?

Apr 17, 2014 /In his latest "Syd Weighs In" column, Sydney Finkelstein discusses the consequences that can occur when corporate directors lack the courage to question a chief executive's strategy.
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This Little Solar Powered Lantern Named ‘Luci’ Is Having A Big Impact

Apr 15, 2014 /Forbes features MPOWERD co-founder Jacques-Philippe Piverger T'07 and the company’s first product, a small dome-shaped lantern that can illuminate a 10-foot room for 6-12 hours with…
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Meals on Wheels: Tuck School Students Serve Up Food, and Lessons in Business Management

Apr 14, 2014 /The Valley News features The Box, a food truck developed and created by Eric Winn D’04, T’14, Mike Parshley T’14, and other Tuck students and professors. The food truck serves…
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100 Questions Every Great Business Leader Should Ask

Apr 14, 2014 /Additional coverage in The Huffington Post of advice from professor of strategy and entrepreneurship Ron Adner, originally published in Inc.
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Vogel: Food Insecurity Solutions

Apr 11, 2014 /John Vogel discusses the connection between food insecurity and poor health in a commentary for Vermont Public Radio. Vogel is an adjunct professor of business administration and…
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GM’s bumpy road ahead

Apr 11, 2014 /Paul Argenti comments on the GM recall investigation. Argenti is professor of corporate communication.
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Will a $100 Million Mystery Gift Transform the Way Dartmouth Teaches?

Apr 11, 2014 /Tuck could benefit from interdisciplinary programming made possible by the largest single gift in Dartmouth's history.
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