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U.S.-China Trade War — and Haunting Lessons from the Past

A roundup of research and commentary regarding the current state of U.S.-China trade relations highlights the latest edition of the Slaughter-Rees Report written by Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and Matthew Rees.

Sep 17, 2018

How Pandora Plans to Stay on Top in Streaming Wars

Pandora CEO Roger Lynch T’95 discusses the company’s history of success and plans for the future, including implementing more data-driven advertisements following the recent acquisition of Adswizz.

Sep 14, 2018

10 Years after the Financial Crisis, Wall Street Pessimist Albert Edwards Thinks We’re at Risk of...

Quotes Peter Fisher in an article about the role central bankers played in the 2008 financial crisis and whether their overconfidence could lead to future problems.

Sep 13, 2018

Companies Wary of Cyberattacks, Phishing during Hurricanes

Quotes Cory Mazzola, executive fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies, in an article about how inclement weather, namely hurricanes, can impede a company’s cybersecurity efforts.

Sep 13, 2018

All-Time GRE High at Tuck as Apps Rise Slightly

A feature story about the Tuck class of 2020. “Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business managed to buck the trend impacting most rivals who have seen MBA applications fall in the past year," writes Poets & Quants, noting that applications to Tuck rose slightly in the 2017-2018 admissions cycle.

Sep 11, 2018

Tuck Reports Application Volume Uptick, More International Students, Record-Setting Women in Class o

Quotes Luke Anthony Peña in an article profiling the Tuck class of 2020. Thirty-six percent of the class is international, with 42 countries represented overall, and 45 percent is made up by women, the highest percentage in Tuck’s history.

Sep 11, 2018

Facebook, Twitter and Google Have a Lot to Prove to Congress

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about top executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter preparing to testify before Congress. Argenti is among experts who say the honeymoon for tech companies is over, and that public backlash has only just begun.

Sep 04, 2018

Why Amazon Is Responding to Bernie Sanders’ Criticism While Ignoring Trump

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Amazon’s decision to respond to criticism from Senator Bernie Sanders despite having previously avoided confrontation with President Trump.

Sep 02, 2018

How 3D Printing Could Help Save Us from Trade Wars

Richard D’Aveni writes that technology innovations in manufacturing, such as 3D printing, are poised to reduce American dependence on overseas factories and allow companies to avoid global trade disputes.

Aug 31, 2018

How Can Retailers Keep Ugly Produce out of Trash? Paying You a Compliment Helps, Study Finds

A feature story about new research from Lauren Grewal exploring the connection between unattractive produce and consumers’ self-perception.

Aug 29, 2018

Meet the MBA Class of 2020: Profiles in Courage

Profiles Irina Titkova T’20, and quotes classmates Colin Chapin, Fabian Kissing, and Cordaye Ogletree, in a preview of Poets & Quants’ annual “meet the class” series.

Aug 28, 2018

Why We Shouldn’t Worry about the Declining Number of Public Companies

Vijay Govindarajan, Anup Srivastava, and coauthors Shivaram Rajgopal and Luminita Enache write that one explanation for the declining number of public companies is the rising role of digital firms in the U.S. economy.

Aug 27, 2018