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Beer, Plane Tickets and iPhones Are All About to Get More Expensive. Here’s Why

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about the announcement of new steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada, Mexico, and the European Union.

May 31, 2018

Favorite Professors of Best & Brightest MBAs

An article about the favorite professors of Poets & Quants’ Best & Brightest MBAs features Ron Adner, selected by Sravya Yeleswarapu T’18, and Dean Matthew J. Slaughter, selected by Alen Amini T’18.

May 30, 2018

Tuck Reveals 2018-2019 MBA Admissions Deadlines

Quotes Luke Anthony Peña, executive director of admissions and financial aid, in an article about Tuck’s new admissions deadlines.

May 30, 2018

Should You Start Colorectal Cancer Screening before Age 50?

An article about new guidelines for colorectal cancer screening quotes Dr. H. Gilbert Welch. The American Cancer Society recommends screening to begin at age 45, but Welch says there’s not a one size fits all solution.

May 30, 2018

Leslie Moonves Stands His Ground — for CBS and His Legacy

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article about the ongoing legal battle between CBS and its parent company National Amusements, and the two executives at the center, Leslie Moonves and Shari Redstone.

May 29, 2018

Vix-Mageddon Revisited: It’s the Buyers Who Disappeared

In an Alphaville guest article Ing-Haw Cheng explores the decline in trading on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) Volatility Index, or VIX.

May 28, 2018

Think the Big Banks Have Abandoned Coal? Think Again

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about U.S. banks re-embracing the coal industry after vowing in 2015 to cut back on lending to coal companies.

May 28, 2018

Tuck Sets $250M Goal for Capital Campaign

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a feature story about The Tuck Difference, a $250 million philanthropic endeavor announced by the school on April 27.

May 27, 2018

Cultures Change When Leaders Teach

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article about how business leaders should approach their roles as though they are teachers.

May 27, 2018

Tuck Announces 2018-2019 Admissions Deadlines

Highlights Tuck’s new admissions deadlines for the 2018-2019 application season. The new dates reflect the recent decision to eliminate the November round and shift the overall timeline to give applicants faster responses.

May 25, 2018

The Trade War Dials Up to 11

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about the possibility of the Trump administration introducing tariffs on automobile imports in the name of national security.

May 24, 2018

Tuck Changes Application Rounds, Reduces Decision Wait Time

Highlights the latest Tuck360 entry by Luke Anthony Peña, executive director of admissions and financial aid. In the blog, Peña discusses new improvements to the Tuck application process, including reducing the number of admissions rounds from four to three.

May 24, 2018

Silicon Valley Tech Bubble Is Larger Than It Was in 2000, and the End Is Coming

Mentions research by Vijay Govindarajan in an article about the dangers of overvalued startups.

May 22, 2018

Opinion: How Investors’ Misunderstanding of China Causes Them to Miss Out

Vijay Govindarajan and David Wessel write that China has achieved progress by pursuing unique policies and the West must understand the country for what it is—not what they wish it was.

May 21, 2018

The Best Business School Campuses

Mentions Tuck as one of the top five business schools for quality facilities, as ranked by The Economist based on a survey of current MBA students and alumni.

May 21, 2018

Amazon vs Google: A Race to Capture India’s Consumer Space

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about Google and Amazon expanding their business efforts in India. “Both these companies have been shut out of China. So, they are 100 percent committed to India,” he says.

May 20, 2018

How Whole Foods Will Help Amazon Rule the World

Quotes Scott Neslin in an article about how Whole Foods fits into Amazon’s business plan. Neslin says the goal is to leverage the grocery chain to increase Prime memberships.

May 17, 2018

Our Trade Relationship with Iran in a Nutshell

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about trade relations between the United States and Iran, specifically in regard to pistachios and other nuts.

May 17, 2018

Southwest Hopes $49 Fares Will Draw Customers after Its First Passenger Death

An article about Southwest’s renewed marketing efforts following the airline’s first passenger fatality quotes Paul Argenti. He says the airline is well-positioned to bounce back from the accident given its strong reputation among passengers.

May 16, 2018

Disarray Plagues U.S. Companies’ Efforts to Win Tariff Exemptions

Quotes Teresa Fort in an article about the attempts of U.S. companies affected by recent tariffs to secure exemptions that would help them avoid higher material costs.

May 13, 2018

How to Resolve Differences with Your Co-Worker

An article about how to approach a conflict with your co-worker quotes Judith White.

May 12, 2018

Building Trails, Building Community

Highlights Tuck Builds, which connects first-year students with local nonprofits for service projects every year, in an article about the Upper Valley Trails Alliance.

May 12, 2018

Friends Are Similar Deep in the Brain

Highlights research by Adam Kleinbaum, and coauthors Carolyn Parkinson and Thalia Wheatley, exploring how brain activity can be used to predict friendships.

May 11, 2018

NAFTA Is Critical to a Key Trump-Voting State

References an article in The Wall Street Journal written by Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in a piece about the importance of NAFTA to Pennsylvania.

May 11, 2018

My Brief Trip to Cancerland

Quotes Dr. H. Gilbert Welch, the author of Overdiagnosed, who has spent more than two decades researching the dangers of advanced screening for cancer.

May 11, 2018

Walmart Brings Amazon Fight to India

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about Walmart’s acquisition of Flipkart, an Indian e-commerce company. Govindarajan says the acquisition makes sense for Walmart’s future, and its ongoing battle with Amazon.

May 10, 2018

Silicon Valley’s New Motto: Be Responsible

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about a shift in messaging from technology companies following recent controversies involving data privacy, fake news, and more.

May 09, 2018

Investors Can Miss the Forest for the Smart Beta Trees

An article exploring the effectiveness, and growing popularity, of factor investing highlights research by Kenneth French.

May 07, 2018

Trade Rhetoric Is Already Hurting America

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter explains how the United States is incurring economic damage by raising uncertainty about future economic policy and eroding its authority in international policy making.

May 07, 2018

Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2018

Features Alen Amini T’18 and Sravya Yeleswarapu T’18 in Poets & Quants’ annual “Best and Brightest” list, which is comprised of 100 MBA graduates.

May 06, 2018

Is Starbucks Making the Right Moves to Deal with Racial Bias Controversy?

An article questioning the effectiveness of Starbucks’ planned bias training for employees quotes Paul Argenti.

May 05, 2018

Elon Musk Got Bored—and Shareholders Took the Hit

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Elon Musk’s recent contentious earnings call, during which the Tesla CEO dismissed several questions.

May 04, 2018

Wessel’s Economic Update: The Chinese Model for Economic Innovation

Visiting faculty David Wessel discusses the market policies China has employed to spur economic innovation, and how they differ from the American model.

May 03, 2018

Just Because You Use Words Interchangeably Doesn’t Mean They’re the Same

Quotes Emily Blanchard in a piece about the difference between tariffs and quotas.

May 01, 2018

Can You Be Too Passive with Passive Funds?”

References research by Kenneth French in an article about how to approach passive investing.

May 01, 2018

5 of the Best US Business Schools for African-American MBAs

Lists Tuck in an article about the best U.S. business schools for African-American MBA students and highlights the work of Professor Ella L.J. Bell Smith.

May 01, 2018