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How Medicine Got Too Good for Its Own Good

Profiles Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, who has spent much of his career warning of the dangers of overdiagnosis, which can lead to unnecessary procedures and even harm patients that are otherwise healthy.

Apr 04, 2018

The Club Store Effect: Research from Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business Reveals How Bulk...

Highlights research by Kusum Ailawadi exploring the effect that shopping at warehouse club stores has on consumers. Ailawadi found that people who shop at club stores shop more, spend more, and eat more than those who don’t, but says the research is not an indictment of the club store format.

Apr 03, 2018

Elon Musk’s April Fools’ Tweets Were ‘Not a Joking Matter,’ Experts Say

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article regarding Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s April Fools’ tweets stating the electric car maker was bankrupt. Argenti says the tweets were in poor taste given recent news surrounding the company.

Apr 03, 2018

Here’s How Kellogg, Tuck and Wharton Are Driving Opportunities for Women in Business

Quotes Jessica Nuñez T’18 in an article highlighting the various ways top U.S. business schools promote and motivate women in business. At Tuck, efforts range from coffee chats with prospective students to large-scale events such as the forthcoming Initiative for Women Symposium.

Apr 03, 2018

Under Trump, a Strong Economy but Murky Policy Outlook

An article regarding uncertainty about economic policy under Presidents Obama and Trump quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter. Slaughter says President Trump has shown a propensity to pick winners and losers with his policy decisions.

Apr 01, 2018

The Store Is Dead—Long Live the Store

Santiago Gallino and coauthors David R. Bell and Antonio Moreno argue that offline-first retailers can benefit from mimicking showroom concepts started by online-first retailers.

Apr 01, 2018