In the Media

Majority of Business Schools Aren’t Reducing the...

U.S. News reports that Tuck is one of many MBA programs that has cut down on essay requirements.

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Low-income loans didn’t cause the financial crisis

Features a study co-authored by Felipe Severino on the role of government regulation in the financial crisis.

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Reverse innovation is a big opportunity for India

Vijay Govindarajan says the concept is likely to benefit the energy, healthcare, and education sectors.

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‘India capable of cheaper solutions’

Discusses Vijay Govindarajan's concept of reverse innovation.

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Storm Warning for the Stock Market

Mentions research co-authored by Kenneth French.

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Main Street Morning: Higher taxes coming?

The Post highlights the Valley News article on Tuck Student Consulting Services that was published on Sunday, January 18.

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‘It Was a No-Brainer’: Upper Valley Small Businesses,...

A feature story on Tuck Student Consulting Services, which connects students with local Upper Valley businesses and non-profit initiatives through volunteer consulting projects.

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Aetna becomes latest company to boost its own...

Paul Argenti comments on companies like Aetna and Gap raising minimum wage. "Trying to please consumers is a good thing, but trying to operate in society's best interests will help you more.

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Match workers to jobs

Mentions a paper co-authored by Matt Slaughter saying, "that wage subsidies to encourage companies to hire the long-term unemployed would be relatively inexpensive and would pay for themselves in additional tax revenues."

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The Best CEOs of 2014

Sydney Finkelstein discusses the best CEOs of 2014.

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3 big brands that may be going extinct—and...

Peter Golder discusses challenges facing marketers including new technology, increasing international competition, and changing consumer tastes.

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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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