When Branding Is Too Good: A Cautionary Tale From New York’s Citi Bike

Kevin Lane Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, explains why the Citibank-stye branding of the popular New York City based bike-sharing service, Citi Bike, has been a source of confusion.

Apr 09, 2014

‘The Tech Sector’: Growing, and growing vaguer

Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter says, "What the tech sector historically has done, and continues to do today, is come up with new ways of doing business for all companies and all industries."

Apr 09, 2014

Agere Adds Small-Cap Investment Expert to Board of Directors

R. Brendt Stallings T'95 joins Agere Pharmaceuticals, Inc.'s board of directors.

Apr 09, 2014

Mozilla’s Brendan Eich: Persecutor Or Persecuted?

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti says, "If you have designs on being the CEO, you have to realize your private life is not as private as you think."

Apr 07, 2014

MBA Employment At Top 50 U.S. B-Schools

Poets and Quants responds to yesterday's Wall Street Journal article, "Can M.B.A. Students Afford to Wait for That Perfect Job?" and mentions Tuck's stats on employment offers versus students' acceptance.

Apr 04, 2014

Seek Guidance From MBA Grads When Applying to B-School

Veronica Jubera T'13—a member of the Tuck Connections program, which connects prospective students with current Tuck students or alumni—is quoted on the benefits of MBA alumni networking.

Apr 04, 2014

GM sold us on a comeback. Don’t buy a CEO’s apology – buy cars that a...

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti warns consumers not to be fooled by General Motors' comeback strategy.

Apr 03, 2014

What leads to dangerous decisions?

Sydney Finkelstein explains how a leader’s behavior is heavily influenced by personality, professional background, and experience.

Apr 03, 2014

Can M.B.A. Students Afford to Wait for That Perfect Job?

The Wall Street Journal looks to Director of Career Development Jonathan Masland, Ellen Cory T'14, and Bryan Cory T'14 for insight into MBA students who have chosen to hold off on signing contracts.

Apr 03, 2014

Mary Barra takes the hot seat

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti discusses General Motors CEO Mary Barra's testimony on the GM safety recalls.

Apr 02, 2014

Kids Bring Energy To GE’s Brand

Kevin Keller, E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, says that kids are often a plus in ads in terms of attracting attention and generally creating positive affect and warm feelings.

Apr 02, 2014

100 Great Questions Every Entrepreneur Should Ask

Ron Adner says entrepreneurs should ask about the status of suppliers, distributors and other partners.

Apr 01, 2014

A Food Truck Comes To Dartmouth

NHPR's Brady Carlson talks with the team behind The Box — Eric Winn T'14, Mike Parshley T'14, Peter Shively T'15, and Tyler Harvey TP'15.

Mar 31, 2014

Satya Nadella’s symbolic debut

The Washington Post's On Leadership blog pulls a tweet from Sydney Finkelstein on Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella, that said, "Finally, a $MSFT CEO who has creativity and humility. It's been a long time coming."

Mar 31, 2014

Rotation to value crushes tech stocks

Kenneth French, the Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance, is mentioned for his data on growth stocks.

Mar 31, 2014

G.M. Recall Total in 2014 Reaches 4.8 Million

Kevin Lane Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, is quoted in The New York Times on the vulnerability of G.M.’s reputation.

Mar 31, 2014

Tuck in Transition: Longtime Dean Danos Announces Retirement Plans

The Valley News interviews Dean Paul Danos in a feature on his retiring as Tuck's dean in June 2015.

Mar 31, 2014

Midas List: More Liberal Arts-Trained Investors

Peter Barris T'77 is on Forbes' list of the world's best venture capitalists.

Mar 28, 2014

WTAS Welcomes Managing Director and CFO, David Kapnick

David Kapnick T'78 joins one of the country's largest independent tax firms.

Mar 27, 2014

China’s E-Commerce Giant Alibaba To Offer U.S.-Listed IPO

Anant Sundaram, visiting professor of business administration, was interviewed on NPR's Morning Edition to discuss Chinese tech company Alibaba's decision to go public in New York later this year.

Mar 26, 2014

Paul Danos to stand down as dean of Tuck at Dartmouth College

Paul Danos is to step down as dean of the Tuck school at Dartmouth College when his term of appointment comes to an end in June 2015.

Mar 26, 2014

Closing Bell Exchange: Yellen’s tapering timetable

Matthew Slaughter notes that future actions by the Federal Reserve will be based on broad indicators concerning employment and the economy.

Mar 26, 2014

How America Loses a Job Every 43 Seconds

Matthew Slaughter says that for every immigrant hired at technology companies, an average of five additional jobs are added to the U.S. economy.

Mar 26, 2014

Are Venture Capitalists Actually Helpful to Companies?

Inc. reporter Ilan Mochari discusses research by Richard Townsend, assistant professor of business administration and Daniel T. Revers T’89 Faculty Fellow, on the role venture capitalists play in companies’ successes.

Mar 24, 2014

Credit will expand as Fed stops holding back: Pro

Peter Fisher appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to discuss the state of the economy, the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, and his global market insights.

Mar 24, 2014

Companies struggle with balancing continuity and change

Professor Kevin Lane Keller is featured for his recent seminar on "Building Powerful And Profitable Brands—In Good and Bad Times” in Mumbai.

Mar 21, 2014

New Capital Could Raise Airbnb Value To $10 Billion

Professor Colin Blaydon comments on the increase of investors interested in start-ups.

Mar 21, 2014

Immigration Reform Group Launches ‘Job Loss’ Clock

Matthew Slaughter, who helped design the “job loss” clock, is quoted on H-1B visas and estimates the U.S loses out on approximately 500,000 jobs each year because of the cap on them.

Mar 20, 2014

Tortoise Versus Hare at Work

Sydney Finkelstein asks whether the slow and steady tortoise could still beat the speedy hare in today's workplace.

Mar 20, 2014

Can MBAs Still Strike Gold In The Employment Mine?

Alex Figueroa T'10 of Goldman Sachs explains the benefit an MBA has when it comes to a career in finance.

Mar 19, 2014

The Impending Disruption of Traditional Business Schools

Dean Paul Danos and Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives Penny Paquette tell Inc. that a Tuck MBA is so much more than a collection of courses -- it is an experience in the best sense of the word and our students live and breathe it 24/7.

Mar 19, 2014

American Workers Can’t Wait Another Minute

Immigration reform that brings scientists and engineers to the U.S. would create jobs for other Americans, according to Professor Matthew Slaughter.

Mar 19, 2014

U.S. Agencies Consider Redefining Manufacturing

The Wall Street Journal mentions research by Andrew Bernard and Teresa Fort that "estimated the redefinition would have added anywhere from 431,000 to nearly two million workers to the manufacturing sector in the 2007 Census survey."

Mar 17, 2014

Trying to Achieve Happiness? Turns Out, How You Attain It Depends On Your Age

Visiting Professor of Business Administration Amit Bhattacharjee receives further coverage on his research that revealed younger people find happiness in extraordinary experiences, while older people are more likely to find greater value in more day-to-day experiences.

Mar 17, 2014

AIG Adds BlackRock’s Fisher to Board as Regulation Looms

AIG has been designated systemically important by U.S. and global regulators, subjecting the insurer to extra scrutiny.

Mar 14, 2014

Hong Kong’s Taste for Beer Evolves

Former investment banker Rohit Dugar T'07 hopes to revolutionize the drinking scene in Hong Kong through his craft brewery, Young Master Ales.

Mar 13, 2014