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The One Skill No MBA Can Survive Without

Tuck won the Odyssey MBA Games where teams competed in the areas of pitching an entrepreneurial concept, negotiation, solving a difficult business case study and making a sales pitch.

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Fraud Fed the Mortgage Crisis

Cites research by Felipe Severino, which argued that, leading up to the housing crisis, the bulk of mortgage lending and losses occurred among middle-class and high-income borrowers.

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How to Get People to Change Their Passwords

In this opinion piece, Punam Keller gives five recommendations for ways that consumers could be motivated to pay attention to hacking threats and take action to protect themselves.

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How to Refocus a Meeting After Someone Interrupts

Judith White, visiting associate professor of business administration, is quoted extensively on how to handle "interrupters" during a business meeting.

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Why Nike Is - Finally - Wooing Weak...

Amit Bhattacharjee comments on Nike's new ad campaign, "Better for It," that is targeted toward women.

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Extroverts Are Rarer Than You Think — So Are...

Continued coverage of a recent study by Daniel Feiler and Adam Kleinbaum, which found that extraverts are over-represented in real-world networks.

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The 3-D Printing Revolution

Richard D'Aveni offers three strategic questions related to 3-D printing that managers should be engaging with.

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Tuck admits record number of female applicants

Dean Paul Danos said that thirty-five percent of the Class of 2017 admitted so far are female.

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Tuck professor promotes “compassionate capitalism”

An extensive feature on Vijay Govindarajan touting his research, professional accomplishments, and his close-knit relationships with current and former Tuck students.

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Why a Lot More People Are Introverts Than...

Continued coverage of a recent study by Daniel Feiler and Adam Kleinbaum, which found that extraverts are over-represented in real-world networks.

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Jeffrey Immelt Is Putting His Own Stamp on...

Vijay Govindarajan comments on how General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt D'78 has transformed the company following former CEO Jack Welch's successful two-decade tenure.

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How to Make Sure Volvo Is Starting a...

Matthew Slaughter discusses the benefits of liberalizing trade, using Volvo’s recent announcement that it plans to build its first auto plant in the U.S. as an example.

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