Interest rates don’t determine corporate investment, new research suggests — profits do

Marketwatch highlights new research, co-authored by Jonathan Lewellen, that determines low interest rates don't really spur corporate investment, and, conversely, high interest rates didn't prevent investment.

Aug 05, 2014

In Portugal, a ‘bad bank’ saves the day

Matthew Slaughter discusses Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo bailout. It is unlike previous bank bailouts because the cost doesn't all land on taxpayers: "The losses are going to be borne by some of the creditors to that bank and the people that own stock in that bank, the shareholders."

Aug 05, 2014

For M.B.A.s, Job Hunting Comes Before Class

Jonathan Masland, director of the career development office at Tuck, describes a new tour of San Francisco Bay Area tech firms for incoming students.

Aug 04, 2014

Why aren’t college co-ops catching on?

Tuck's Business Bridge Program is mentioned as a solution for college graduates to gain technical and team-building skills sought out by employers.

Aug 01, 2014

Ben & Jerry’s Throws Fudge Brownie Into GMO Food Fight

Professor Paul Argenti weighs in on the opposing stances of Unilever and Ben & Jerry's—a Unilever subsidiary—on the nation's first law requiring labeling of foods made with GMO ingredients.

Aug 01, 2014

Microsoft Aspirations in China Meet Perilous Climate

Professor Richard D'Aveni says China is asserting itself economically while the U.S. is focused on the Middle East.

Jul 31, 2014