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The downside of success

Oct 30, 2014 /Sydney Finkelstein compiled a list of five fundamentals that are at the heart of corporate survival.
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Why a GOP Controlled Congress Doesn’t Mean Much for Small Business

Oct 30, 2014 /Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter does not see great potential for job creation in Republican economic proposals.
View at Inc.

Stagnant Wages Could Drive Voters At The Polls Next Week

Oct 30, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter says candidates are not proposing ideas that would lead to meaningful job creation.
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A Surveillance Device That Can Tell Other People When You Are Smoking

Oct 29, 2014 /Created by Dartmouth chemistry professor Joseph BelBruno and developed with help from Tuck, the FreshAir Sensor detects when someone has smoked tobacco or marijuana.
View at Vermont Public Radio

Republicans Are Running for Congress on Their ‘Jobs Plan.’ Slight Problem: It Won’t Create Any Jobs

Oct 29, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter is quoted on the Republican economic agenda.
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Should Companies Report Profits Less Often?

Oct 28, 2014 /At minute mark 5:01, Jeff A. Weiss, adjunct professor of business administration at Tuck, explains how to negotiate for what you want without isolating your colleagues.
View at WNYC

Some MBAs Are Now Making $185,000 Right Out Of School

Oct 28, 2014 /John A. Byrne reports that 2014 Tuck graduates saw the highest increase in starting salaries, along with job offers and acceptances, since before the Great Recession.
View at Business Insider

Companies with women board members make more money

Oct 27, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan says diversity is the key to maximizing mega business opportunities.
View at Times of India

Wealth of MBA and CFA Employment Opens in Asset Management

Oct 27, 2014 /BusinessBecause reports that, at Tuck, "investment management has risen to be the second most popular finance function."
View at BusinessBecause

Tuck MBA Profs Take Business Education to Undergrads

Oct 27, 2014 /A feature story on the recent announcement that Tuck will partner with Smith College to deliver the first Smith-Tuck Business Bridge Program this summer.
View at Poets & Quants

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