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MBA Students Turn To Multi-Location Study As Schools Face Globalization

Sep 18, 2014 /Phillip Stocken says, "We believe our graduates must have a global business capability to successfully navigate the cultures, countries, and markets in which they will work.”
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Launch Angels to Back Startups With Dartmouth Ties

Sep 18, 2014 /"Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business has 14 courses and electives related to entrepreneurship, up from one or two 15 years ago," says Trip Davis.
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Solar Sense

Sep 18, 2014 /Visiting Professor John Vogel says a calculator developed by two Tuck students shows that most homeowners will recover the cost of solar panels in five to eight years.
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Education and the Financial Executive: Back to School and Back to Work

Sep 18, 2014 /Robert Howell, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Business Administration, says a broad educational background can help prepare future leaders.
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How to Win in an Omnichannel World

Sep 18, 2014 /Article co-authored by assistant professor Santiago Gallino examines the impact of management interventions on customer demand and fulfillment.
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2014′s Most & Least Fair State Tax Systems

Sep 17, 2014 /Professor Richard Sansing comments on the methodology and results of a survey ranking the 50 states based on the fairness of their state and local tax systems.
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In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

Sep 17, 2014 /Visiting Professor Anant Sundaram weighs in on the risks and benefits of Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba's IPO.
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Avoid Being An Out-Of-Style Investor

Sep 17, 2014 /Article cites a study co-authored by Kenneth French, "Luck Versus Skill in the Cross Section of Mutual Fund Returns," to debunk the argument that investors should seek the best…
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A history of the MBA

Sep 17, 2014 /A look at the origins of the MBA beginning with the creation of the Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance at Dartmouth College in 1900—the first graduate school of…
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Pompanoosuc leaves Church Street for South Burlington

Sep 16, 2014 /Dwight Sargent T'74, CEO and president of Pompanoosuc Mills, started his hand-crafted furniture company 41 years ago with a $2,000 loan from his father to build a small workshop.
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