Expansions Create Overseas Jobs

U.S. companies operating internationally help spur economic growth that creates domestic jobs to meet demand in foreign markets, according to a study conducted for two business associations. Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter prepared the study for the Business Roundtable and the New York-based Council, which advocates free-trade policies.

Mar 26, 2013

Are Apple’s Best Days Behind It?

Are Apple's Best Days Behind It? Professor Sydney Finkelstein discuss Apple's slip in dominance under the leadership of Tim Cook, and how the company can regain its innovative lead.

Mar 22, 2013

Why Investors Are Stoked About the Dell Buyout

Buyout deals don't always produce great companies, but they do tend to excite investors, with the stock market typically rising when big deals are announced. Professor Colin Blaydon discusses this topic.

Mar 22, 2013

Rebuilding Carnival’s Damaged Brand

How does it look to have the owner of Carnival, Micky Arison, sitting courtside at a Miami Heat game while one of his ships flounders in the Gulf of Mexico? Professor Sydney Finkelstein discusses what Arison can do to make it up to customers and get past this PR disaster.

Mar 22, 2013

Big Project In Vermont Banks On Immigrant Investors

A development project in a remote area of northeast Vermont is one of the largest in the country to bring in funds using the federal EB-5 immigrant investor program. It allows qualified foreigners who invest $500,000, and create at least 10 American jobs, to get green cards. Assistant Professor Emily Blanchard weighs in.

Mar 22, 2013

Private equity’s mega-deals

The largest leveraged buy-outs fared better than the doomsayers predicted. But private-equity firms have no right to boast. Professor Colin Blaydon weighs in.

Aug 19, 2012

Using postal service to gauge government efficiency

As a way to measure and explain why some governments are more efficient than others, Professor Rafael La Porta and three other economists came up with an unusual idea: Between December 2010 and February 2011, they mailed letters to nonexistent business addresses in 159 countries — two letters to each country’s five largest cities. They waited for a full year to see which ones were returned, and published their findings.

Aug 19, 2012

MBA job hunt: The plan

This is the first in a series of stories that serves as a guide to the MBA job hunt. In today’s economy, job hunters, even MBAs from top programs, need plans A, B, and C. At Tuck, students break down their focus into three buckets.

Aug 19, 2012

Hospitals should not adopt new healthcare IT program too quickly

Professor Eric Johnson writes, “The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid recently announced that Electronic Health Record incentive payments skipped past $6 billion, with over 122,000 providers already taking part in the action. The incentive frenzy has really just begun, as this represents less than half of the 260,000 providers who have already registered to join the $27 billion funding party.”

Aug 19, 2012