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Business Diversity and Inclusion … The Making of a New America

Dec 03, 2014 /Leonard Greenhalgh says, "It's in everybody’s self-interest to foster the development of minorities and women."
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Can Wall Street Stage An MBA Comeback?

Dec 02, 2014 /Director of Career Development Jonathan Masland is quoted on investment banks returning to campus to recruit second-year students.
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Growth In Online Channels Delivers Retail Careers For MBAs

Dec 01, 2014 /Tuck's Luxury and Retail Club co-chair Vivian Alvarez Rosales T'15 says she is building relationships with alumni at Chanel, Estee Lauder, Warby Parker, Tory Burch, and LVMH.
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The ZEV’s invisible tailpipe

Nov 25, 2014 /Features a study by Erin Mansur that looks at emissions caused by marginal increases in electricity demand, in different parts of the country, at different times of the day.
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Tech and Exec Disasters Put J.C. Penney in a Bind

Nov 25, 2014 /Quotes Sydney Finkelstein on the significance of CEOs' leadership styles.
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Supermarkets learn the lesson of galloping heffalumps

Nov 25, 2014 /Kenneth French's "three-factor model," created with Eugene Fama, is applied to valuate supermarket portfolio returns.
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How immigration reform impacts the tech industry

Nov 21, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter discusses how immigration reform policies impact the tech industry. “As much as [tech companies] do enjoy and hire native-born Americans, many of these companies…
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Business Schools Seek To Teach MBA Students Innovation

Nov 19, 2014 /Mentions Tuck Executive Education's Leading Innovation: From Idea to Impact program designed to help companies grow through innovation.
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Things I’ve Learned from Gene

Nov 19, 2014 /Kenneth French shares insights gained from his long and influential collaboration with Eugene Fama.
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Turning Invention on its Head

Nov 17, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan, the Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, says reverse innovation means creating new products in emerging countries for export to developed ones.
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