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With Speedy Transition, Gross May Have an Eye on Legacy

Sydney Finkelstein comments on legendary bond investor Bill Gross's move from Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) to Janus Capital Group.

Sep 29, 2014

What is Private Equity?

Professor Colin Blaydon is featured in a six-part video series about private equity.

Sep 26, 2014

Targeting advertising to shoppers can backfire

Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration Amit Bhattacharjee's marketing research found that some target advertisements can have negative consequences.

Sep 26, 2014

5 Things You Should Know About Risk and Your Investments

Points to Kenneth French and Eugene Fama's three-factor model used to predict expected returns.

Sep 25, 2014

SAFT ON WEALTH-The contrasting Buffett and Ma ways

Points to Kenneth French's research on small-cap growth stocks in order to support the argument that some investments act like lotteries.

Sep 25, 2014

Inversion move counter-productive?

Politico points to the Private Equity Growth Capital Council's (PEGCC) six-part video, Private Equity Minute, featuring Colin Blaydon.

Sep 24, 2014

A Handful of Elite Business Schools Are Also Academic Powerhouses

Andrew Bernard is mentioned as one of "higher education's rock stars" for his study on multiproduct exporters in Belgium.

Sep 24, 2014

Marketing Backfire

Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration Amit Bhattacharjee discusses the unintended consequences of a marketing plan that is too effective.

Sep 23, 2014

Seven Faculty Members Named as Society of Fellows Mentors

Peter Golder, professor of marketing, will serve as a mentor to postdoctoral scholars as Dartmouth expands its intellectual community.

Sep 23, 2014

TISA talks begin round eight — Froman, Amari set dates — U.S., El Salvador resolve dispute

Politico spotlights HSBC's October event, Made For Trade: Leading Global Trade Policy—a national conversation about the role of global trade in today's economy.

Sep 22, 2014

Dartmouth College Has $4.5 Billion Endowment

Pamela Peedin D'89, T'98 says, "Strong equity markets drove endowment returns, but the portfolio benefited particularly from excellent performance within private asset classes."

Sep 19, 2014

Alibaba’s Underbelly

Visiting Professor of Business Administration Anant Sundaram comments on why investors should be wary of Alibaba's IPO.

Sep 19, 2014

Some consumers say Apple is losing its ‘cool’ factor

E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing Kevin Lane Keller offers one reason why Apple may be less appealing to customers.

Sep 19, 2014

The Top 3 Dilemmas New CEOs Face

Vijay Govindarajan weighs in on the difficulties CEOs face when overseeing succession.

Sep 18, 2014

MBA Students Turn To Multi-Location Study As Schools Face Globalization

Phillip Stocken says, "We believe our graduates must have a global business capability to successfully navigate the cultures, countries, and markets in which they will work.”

Sep 18, 2014

Launch Angels to Back Startups With Dartmouth Ties

"Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business has 14 courses and electives related to entrepreneurship, up from one or two 15 years ago," says Trip Davis.

Sep 18, 2014

Solar Sense

Visiting Professor John Vogel says a calculator developed by two Tuck students shows that most homeowners will recover the cost of solar panels in five to eight years.

Sep 18, 2014

Education and the Financial Executive: Back to School and Back to Work

Robert Howell, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Business Administration, says a broad educational background can help prepare future leaders.

Sep 18, 2014

How to Win in an Omnichannel World

Article co-authored by assistant professor Santiago Gallino examines the impact of management interventions on customer demand and fulfillment.

Sep 18, 2014

2014′s Most & Least Fair State Tax Systems

Professor Richard Sansing comments on the methodology and results of a survey ranking the 50 states based on the fairness of their state and local tax systems.

Sep 17, 2014

In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

Visiting Professor Anant Sundaram weighs in on the risks and benefits of Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba's IPO.

Sep 17, 2014

Avoid Being An Out-Of-Style Investor

Article cites a study co-authored by Kenneth French, "Luck Versus Skill in the Cross Section of Mutual Fund Returns," to debunk the argument that investors should seek the best managers for their funds.

Sep 17, 2014

A history of the MBA

A look at the origins of the MBA beginning with the creation of the Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance at Dartmouth College in 1900—the first graduate school of management in the U.S.

Sep 17, 2014

Pompanoosuc leaves Church Street for South Burlington

Dwight Sargent T'74, CEO and president of Pompanoosuc Mills, started his hand-crafted furniture company 41 years ago with a $2,000 loan from his father to build a small workshop.

Sep 16, 2014

What Marketing Can Do For Hospitals

Punam Anand Keller recommends that hospitals implement the RATER scale—which measures reliability, assurance, tangibles, empathy, and responsiveness.

Sep 16, 2014

Medics Use Business School To Launch Start-Up Consultancy

Carolyn Kerrigan, a student in Dartmouth's Master of Health Care Deliver Science Program, comments on issues the program aims to tackle.

Sep 15, 2014

Back to the future

The Economist republished a column from May 1990 citing research by Penny Paquette T’76, assistant dean for strategic initiatives, and the late professor James B. Quinn.

Sep 11, 2014

The Case of the Vanishing Assets

Kevin Lane Keller and a colleague discuss the conflict between two accounting standards that are used to measure intangible assets.

Sep 11, 2014

Can that old Steve Jobs magic still play at Apple?

Sydney Finkelstein discusses the future of Apple under the leadership of CEO Tim Cook.

Sep 10, 2014

The unbundled MBA: How you’ll earn the degree in 25 years

CNBC explores what lies ahead for the business education industry.

Sep 10, 2014

Questions and answers with Adam Shaw about BBC’s Horizons

The host of BBC's “Horizons,” highlights Vijay Govindarajan’s reverse innovation theory.

Sep 09, 2014

Winning Stock Managers Are Mostly Lucky, Not Skillful

Points to a study by Ken French and Eugene Fama to support the argument that most fund managers win due to luck rather than skill.

Sep 09, 2014

Fed should be able to grant emergency loans, experts say

Peter Fisher comments on the cumbersome process involved for the Federal Reserve and the FDIC to make emergency loans and guarantees during a crisis.

Sep 08, 2014

The Class Of 2016 By The Numbers

Tuck is reported to have 32% women in both the 2015 and 2016 classes and the third-highest GMAT and GPA of top schools.

Sep 08, 2014

Too Big to Fail vs. Too Handcuffed to Act

Peter Fisher, senior fellow at the Center for Global Business and Government and a senior lecturer at Tuck, weighs in on the debate over the Federal Reserve's ability to offer aid to failing banks.

Sep 08, 2014

7 reasons why you are not a top manager

Sydney Finkelstein examines the "7 Worst Habits" of a top executive.

Sep 04, 2014