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Starbucks Turns 50 after Year of Pandemic Challenges

Quotes Paul Argenti in a piece about Starbucks’ 50-year anniversary.

Mar 30, 2021

Business Schools Fight Anti-Asian Hate

Mentions Tuck and Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about how business schools have responded to the rise in anti-Asian rhetoric and acts across the country.

Mar 30, 2021

Rohit Dugar of Young Master Brewery on His Obsession with Fermented Tofu

A feature interview with Rohit Dugar T’07, founder of Young Master Brewery, about his favorite Hong Kong restaurants.

Mar 29, 2021

DigitalOcean, Inc. Rings The Opening Bell

DigitalOcean, a cloud infrastructure company led by CEO Yancey Spruill T’97, filed its initial public offering this week. Spruill honored the occasion by ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Mar 24, 2021

These Moms Work as Doctors and Scientists. but They’ve Also Taken on Another Job: Fighting...

A feature story about Dear Pandemic, an all-female team of clinicians, scientists, and public health experts—including Tuck’s Lindsey Leininger—who fight misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mar 24, 2021

A Mars Shot for India’s B-Schools

Vijay Govindarajan co-authors an article examining how India's business schools can compete on a global stage.

Mar 22, 2021

Fully Vaccinated and Time to Party: If You Are 70

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about activities many older Americans are partaking in now that they are fully vaccinated, as well as those who remain cautious.

Mar 21, 2021

Uncertainty Isn’t Going Away. Learn How to Deal with It Better

Features Ellie Kyung in an article about how to better deal with uncertainty.

Mar 19, 2021

What Kind of Reception Can American Travelers Expect Post-COVID?

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, CEO of Global Rescue, in an article about Americans traveling abroad in 2021.

Mar 17, 2021

Minority-Owned Investment Banks Are Underwriting More Corporate Bond Offerings

Highlights Siebert Williams Shank, led by Chris Williams T’84, chairman of the board of directors, in an article about the growing participation in debt offerings by firms with diverse ownership.

Mar 15, 2021

From Order Takers to Decision Makers: Decision Backward Approach for Analytics Teams

Nikhil Sikka, associate director of curricular development, authors an article exploring a new approach for analytics teams.

Mar 15, 2021

When CEOs Really Think We’ll Come Back to Work

Features Jim Weber T’86, CEO of Brooks Running, in an article collecting the perspectives of CEOs from across industries on possible timelines for a return to in-person work.

Mar 15, 2021

Dear Pandemic: A Braintrust of Female Scientists Is Answering Your Every COVID Question

Features Dear Pandemic, a team of women scientists, scholars, and clinicians—including Tuck’s Lindsey Leininger—who combat misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mar 12, 2021

‘Game Over. Life’s Short’: Virgin Boss Jayne Hrdlicka Clears the Air about past—and Present...

A feature profile of Jayne Hrdlicka T’88, CEO of Virgin Australia, detailing her career—including her rise to become the chief executive of the Australian-based airline.

Mar 12, 2021

Discover Aims to Bring 1K Jobs to Chicago’s South Side

Quotes Roger Hochschild T’90, CEO of Discover Financial Services, in an article about the company’s plans for a new customer care center based in Chatham, on Chicago's South Side.

Mar 11, 2021

‘Hooked’ Review: Lured into Gluttony

Matthew Rees, senior fellow at the Center for Business, Government & Society, reviews Hooked—a new book exploring the idea that products sold by major food corporations are designed and marketed to become addictive.

Mar 11, 2021

Former Olympic Skater Mirai Nagasu Looks to Jump-Start Her Career in Boston

A profile of former Olympic figure skater Mirai Nagasu. Nagasu will attend Tuck Executive Education’s Next Step: Transition to Business program this spring.

Mar 10, 2021

What to Expect When Your Patients with ADHD Are Expecting

A column by Geisel Professor Cornel Stanciu, and Dave Praharaj T’21, Geisel’20, discussing a new study that provides guidance to clinicians on how to treat pregnant patients with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Mar 10, 2021

Biden Treasury Pick Quietly Starts Work to Rein in Wall Street

Quotes Peter Fisher in an article about Nellie Liang, President Biden’s pick to serve as the Treasury’s undersecretary for domestic finance, and her efforts to strengthen Wall Street oversight.

Mar 10, 2021

@DearPandemic: Meet the Women Answering Burning Questions Big and Small about COVID-19

A feature story about Dear Pandemic, a team of women scientists, scholars, and clinicians—including Tuck’s Lindsey Leininger—who combat misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mar 10, 2021

COVID-19 Travel Insurance Becoming a Vacation Staple

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, CEO of Global Rescue, in an article about the rise of travel insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mar 07, 2021

King Arthur Baking Company Sees Flour Sales Rise 58 Percent Amid Pandemic

Quotes Karen Colberg T’91, co-CEO of King Arthur Baking Company, in a feature story about the company’s sales increase during the pandemic.

Mar 06, 2021

Business Travel Isn’t Dead, Says AmEx. But It’s Changing Forever

Features Evan Konwiser T’08, EVP of product and strategy for American Express Global Business Travel, in an article about the future of business travel.

Mar 05, 2021

Chipotle and Others Are Putting Diversity Plans into Action

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a piece about companies that are putting emphasis on diversity initiatives.

Mar 05, 2021

Where Does Women’s B-School Enrollment Stand in 2021?

Highlights Tuck as a top business school at enrolling women. At Tuck, women comprise 49 percent of the first-year class and 42 percent of the second-year class.

Mar 05, 2021

Book a Flight Right Now

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about the prospect of planning travel for the end of 2021.

Mar 04, 2021

Wall Street Lobbies to Bring More ESG Funds into 401(k)s

Quotes Jose Minaya T’00, CEO of Nuveen, in an article about money managers lobbying to remove a rule that makes it difficult for 401(k) plans to invest in socially focused funds.

Mar 03, 2021

So You’re Vaccinated—Now What?

Features Lindsey Leininger in a piece about what may be permissible for those who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

Mar 01, 2021

Why Atypical CEOs Have an Edge

Highlight research by Adam Kleinbaum which found that people with atypical career paths create connections that help them to move beyond silo-thinking.

Feb 25, 2021

7 of the Best Health Care Workers on TikTok to Follow for Accurate Information about COVID-19

Features Lindsey Leininger in an article about the best health care workers to follow on social media for accurate information about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Feb 24, 2021

Boeing Alters Course in Speedy Response to Engine Blowouts

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Boeing’s response following an engine failure on a Boeing 777 jet.

Feb 23, 2021

2020: A Space Odyssey

Richard D’Aveni authors an article discussing highlighting notable scientific achievements of the last year.

Feb 22, 2021

This Is No Time to Slow on Women’s Progress

Kate Grussing T’91 authors an article examining why companies need to continue to place emphasis on promoting gender diversity.

Feb 21, 2021

America Has Experience Curbing Dangerous Industries. We Can Do the Same with Tech.

Roger McNamee T'82 pens an opinion piece for The Washington Post examining how the tech industry can be reformed.

Feb 18, 2021

The U.S. Economy Is Leaving Midsize Companies Behind

Vijay Govindarajan, and coauthors, examine the state of midsize companies in the U.S.

Feb 17, 2021

Women Take Top Jobs at KPMG as Bill Michael Quits

Quotes Kate Grussing T’91, founder and managing director of Sapphire Partners, in an article about a change in leadership at KPMG.

Feb 13, 2021