In the Media

The 5 best business leaders of 2014

Coverage of Professor Sydney Finkelstein's ranking of the top five executives for 2014.

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The Worst CEOs of 2014

Sydney Finkelstein discusses his research on the successes and failures of chief executives.

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American Apparel’s Dov Charney One of the...

Sydney Finkelstein appears on "Bloomberg Surveillance" to discuss his list of best and worst CEOs.

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Smart People: Bad Financial Decisions

Points to the book "Think Again" which is co-authored by Sydney Finkelstein.

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Small set to look beautiful again in 2015

Points to analysis from the Kenneth French data library.

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The Sony hack and the perils of keeping...

The Washington Post points to a tweet from Sydney Finkelstein on the Sony Pictures hack which brought information about employee compensation into public view.

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Why Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should stop...

John Vogel writes that, by guaranteeing mortgages in a refinancing, America’s mortgage giants are subsidizing homeowners and taking on greater risk.

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Veterans Pour Into MBA Programs As Military Downsizes

Spotlights Jennifer Tietz T'15 and how her background as a U.S. Navy Reserve Lt.-Commander has shaped her experience at Tuck.

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100 Most Influential in Business Ethics

Professor Paul Argenti is one of the top academics on the 2014 list.

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3 Myths about Engineering Talent in China and India

Vijay Govindarajan refutes three misconceptions about engineering talent in China and India, including that offshore engineers cannot design products for American markets.

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How Mahindra & Mahindra came to dominate the...

Vijay Govindarajan says, “Leaders act with courage—making decisions without full information and in the face of enormous uncertainty and potential risk."

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Best & Worst 2014 MBA Job Placement At Top...

Tuck comes out on top among the best business schools for job offers and acceptances at graduation (91 percent) and three months after graduation (98 percent).

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