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Love Not War Wins for Small Businesses and Large Companies

May 28, 2015 /Leonard Greenhalgh says large corporations are, "not trying to take away the competitive advantage of small businesses, but trying to make it work for them."
View at The New York Times

After FIFA arrests, corporate sponsors face big dilemma

May 28, 2015 /Paul Argenti says, "If I were really trying to be the most responsible, I would cut my losses now. This isn't going to get better."
View at The Washington Post

Nigeria on the rebound

May 27, 2015 /Fred McKinney, managing director of minority business programs in Executive Education, says, "Last year, Nigeria surpassed South Africa as the largest economy in Africa."
View at The Hill

My Story: The International Finance Ironwoman At Tuck

May 27, 2015 /Michaela LeBlanc T'15 shares her journey and what she loves most about Tuck, and offers advice for future MBA and Tuck applicants.
View at Poets and Quants

Are we playing minimum-wage roulette?

May 27, 2015 /Senior statistical research associate Paul Wolfson, author of a 2014 book on the minimum wage, says a large increase could cause "disemployment."
View at Washington Post

Women and Business: MSNBC Journalist Urges Women to Know Their Value

May 26, 2015 /At Tuck's Initiative for Women Symposium, Mika Brzezinski noted that the women of Tuck are, “going to be big in the business world.”
View at Valley News

Seven pitfalls CEOs must watch out for

May 22, 2015 /In this opinion piece, Sydney Finkelstein highlights seven pitfalls that effective CEOs much watch out for.
View at Economic Times

Twitter CFO (Sort of) Explains Why He’s Overseeing Marketing Department

May 22, 2015 /Kevin Keller says, "Marketing is just not something a CFO is trained in. They don't have the instincts or experiences."
View at Advertising Age

The 3D-printed jetfighter: how to prepare as additive manufacturing goes mainstream before 2020

May 22, 2015 /Richard D'Aveni writes that 3D printing will grow as the range of printable materials expands. These include plastics, photosensitive resins, ceramics, cement, glass and metals.
View at Business Review Weekly

Senate likely to vote on allowing crude exports in 2015, Hoeven says

May 21, 2015 /Story on ending the US crude oil export ban included a comment from incoming dean Matthew Slaughter.
View at Oil & Gas Journal

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