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IMF offers mixed economic picture, all eyes on Europe

Oct 09, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter and Peter Fisher share their insights on global economic growth in Europe.
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Paying It Forward For LGBT MBAs

Oct 08, 2014 /Tuck will give at least one student identifying as LGBTQA a minimum of $10,000 per year to pursue an MBA.
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Note to Mary Barra: GM’s Recalls Aren’t Just a PR Problem

Oct 07, 2014 /Paul Argenti says that General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra is, "approaching [recalls] as a public relations/legal problem."
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What 50 Years of Bullet Trains Have Done for Japan

Oct 07, 2014 /Highlights a study led by Andrew Bernard that examines the effect of Japan’s bullet trains at the firm level.
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The Steve Jobs Industrial Complex

Oct 06, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein comments on Steve Jobs as a brand.
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New MBA Loan Program For Internationals

Oct 03, 2014 /Tuck is mentioned as one of 15 top business schools that offers a new loan program for international students and U.S. residents with non-permanent status.
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No Pain, No Gain: When Bosses Need to Rip the Band-Aid

Oct 03, 2014 /Paul Argenti comments on Pacifici Investment Management Co.'s (PIMCO) ouster of co-founder Bill Gross.
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Small Bank Aims Big Guns at Puerto Rico

Oct 03, 2014 /Paul Argenti comments on Puerto Rico's hiring of two public-relations firms in response to criticism of Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla’s treatment of a local bank.
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The Free-Trade Way to Job Growth

Oct 02, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter says free-trade will improve U.S. household incomes, which are 8% below pre-recession levels.
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What the Mission to Mars Shows About India’s Innovators

Oct 01, 2014 /If India’s mission to Mars tells us anything, writes Vijay Govindarajan, it’s that big ambitions are critical.
View at Harvard Business Review

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