In the Media

There’s a case for companies putting more...

"Any time someone says you can trace the specific actions of a board of directors to the bottom line of a company, it's highly unlikely except in indirect ways," says Sydney Finkelstein.

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Hiring Increase Expected for Business School Graduates in 2015

Reports that "Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business was in the top five schools for producing the highest paying graduates after graduation."

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Wang Goes ‘Gunning’ for IBM

Sydney Finkelstein discusses the rise and fall of Wang Labs and its founder Dr. An Wang.

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Amid Numerous Scandals, College Educators Examine Cheating

Quotes Aine Donovan who blames changing cultural values for a nationwide uptick in cheating.

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Business Schools Plug Into Silicon Valley’s Innovation...

Jonathan Masland notes that, "60% more technology companies are hiring this year than last.”

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N.H. Reacts to Possibility of Boston 2024 Summer...

NHPR reports on Boston winning the U.S. bid to host the 2024 Olympics, mentioning that a group of Tuck students helped with the development of Boston's plan.

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ECB QE will not make Europe a good...

Mentions research by Jonathan Lewellen and co-authors that "shows interest rate cuts had little impact on US investment between 1952-2010: corporates tend to invest pro-cyclically, when growth picks up and interest rates rise."

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Airline changes to frequent-flier programs snub rank-and-file patrons

Scott Neslin comments on the changes that United Airlines and Delta Air Lines are making to their loyalty program.

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In real life, Jim Halpert of ‘The Office’...

Mentions that Andy Bernard of "The Office" is named after Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics Andrew Bernard.

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The M7: The Super Elite Business Schools By...

Mentions the Tuck School of Business as a top ten business school.

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There Are No Magic Republican Bullets

Senator Judd Gregg explains the roles that the president, Congress, and Senate play in the federal budget process.

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The hidden benefits of understanding research

Dean Paul Danos explains the gains MBA students receive while studying research methods.

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