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Why Davos?

Jan 23, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein says the World Economic Forum has social dynamics we might remember from high school.
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Making Room for Big Ideas

Jan 22, 2014 /Amelia Mann T'15 urges grassroots innovation in the U.S. government through innovation labs.
View at Government Executive

‘High-Trade’ Jobs Pay Higher Wages

Jan 21, 2014 /The government's employment report for December showed that the central policy challenge is not just more jobs but rather more well-paying jobs.
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What It Means For A Company To Be ‘100 Percent Employee Owned’

Jan 20, 2014 /Professor Espen Eckbo says employee ownership can help prevent a takeover but may also expose employees to risk.
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This 55-Year-Old is an Amazing Breakdancer Who Learned How to Do it at Goldman in the 80s

Jan 17, 2014 /Steve Graham T'86 is still breaking and serving as the founder/leader of the Urban Dance & Education Foundation, which supports young breakers.
View at Business Insider

Premise Envy

Jan 17, 2014 /The Economist ranks Tuck #1 B-School facility in the U.S.
View at Economist

5 Questions To Ask Before You Retool Your Portfolio For 2014

Jan 15, 2014 /Article endorses the risk-allocation approach to investing developed by Professor Kenneth French and his co-author Eugene Fama.
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Target CEO opens up about data breach

Jan 14, 2014 /Paul Argenti says Target's apology sounded scripted.
View at Washington Post

How to Beat the Market

Jan 13, 2014 /Cites research from Professor Kenneth French showing that value, momentum and quality are important factors in choosing investments.
View at Physician's Money Digest

Economy is growing, but not fast: Pro

Jan 13, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter tells CNBC that economic recovery in the U.S. would benefit from tax reform and immigration reform.
View at CNBC

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