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For Corporate Takeovers, 65 Is the Magic Number

Jun 25, 2014 /Study by Katharina Lewellen links CEO age with the likelihood of a corporate takeover.
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Two Kinds of People You Should Never Negotiate With

Jun 23, 2014 /Visiting Associate Professor Judith White says some people just want to control or punish you.
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Thrasos Appoints Donald Notman as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Jun 23, 2014 /Donald Notman T'88 has been appointed as Thrasos Therapeutics' senior vice president and chief financial officer.
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Brooks Sports running strong at 100

Jun 23, 2014 /The Seattle Times highlights Brooks’ Chairman & CEO Jim Weber T'86 and his strategy to focus strictly on performance runners.
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The 5 Books Entrepreneurs Should Toss in Their Beach Bags

Jun 23, 2014 /Ron Adner's book "The Wide Lens: A New Strategy For Innovation" is listed as the first suggestion on Entrepreneur's summer reading list.
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No, companies don’t usually fire their founders

Jun 23, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein discusses the challenges associated with firing a founder of a company.
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Henry Kravis, Still Shaking Wall Street, Steers KKR Into Lending

Jun 23, 2014 /Bloomberg reports that many companies are turning to the private equity firm KKR & Co. for loans. Colin Blaydon says, “They have built a large shadow-banking activity that is beyond…
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After School Club: Dartmouth College – Tuck’s Education Club

Jun 12, 2014 /Elliot Gillerman T'15, co-president of the Tuck Education Club, lends insights into the club's 2014-15 initiatives and how to increase the quality of education in the U.S.
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Why averages miss the point

Jun 12, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein says seemingly logical targets like higher average sales, shorter wait times, and greater market share can obscure more important goals.
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Brazil’s Own Goals

Jun 11, 2014 /Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter looks at economic challenges facing Brazil on the eve of the World Cup.
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