Research Shows Women of Different Ethnicities Rarely Work Together to Address Workplace Inequity

Mentions research coauthored by Ella Bell Smith in an article about how white women and women of color rarely work together to fix common inequities.

Sep 12, 2023

Applying to This MBA Program Is Becoming Easier—and Grads Earn a Median Base Salary of $175,000

Features Lawrence Mur’ray in an article highlighting Tuck’s employment outcomes and ways the school has reduced barriers within the admissions process.

Sep 11, 2023

All the Major Stem Programs at U.S. Business Schools

Mentions Tuck in an article about MBA programs that offer STEM tracks, concentrations, pathways, and more, like Tuck’s management science and quantitative methods option.

Sep 11, 2023

The Biggest Myths about Your Favorite Business Schools

Quotes T’23s Destinée Mentor-Richards and Carly Wolberg in an article dispelling myths associated with top business schools.

Sep 08, 2023

Navigating Macro Uncertainty: Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Innovate

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about why companies should invest during economic downturns.

Sep 07, 2023

Political Identity and Consumer Behavior

Nailya Ordabayeva joins the JM Buzz podcast for a conversation hosted by Lauren Grewal about how political identity can impact consumer behavior.

Sep 07, 2023

The Misuse of Personal Data Is Everywhere. Here’s One Measure That Fights Back

Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, authors an opinion piece about Senate Bill 362.

Sep 06, 2023

In the Autumn of Carl Icahn’s Storied Career, a Stunning Fall

Quotes Mark Desjardine in an article about Carl Icahn and his firm Icahn Enterprises, which has been targeted by the short-selling firm Hindenburg Research.

Sep 06, 2023

The Best Cities for MBAs

Features T’23s Destinée Mentor-Richards and Sam Haws in an article about the best business school locations.

Sep 05, 2023

Meet the MBA Class of 2025: Inspiring, Inventive, Impactful

Features Rebecca Conchos T’25 in a preview of Poets&Quants forthcoming Meet the Class series profiling first-year MBA students at business schools around the world.

Sep 03, 2023

Walgreens CEO’s Exit Highlights Isolation of Black Female Leaders

Quotes Ella Bell Smith in an article about Rosalind Brewer, who recently resigned as CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc.

Sep 01, 2023

PBX Pickleball and Parity Team Up to Offer Pickleball Experiences with Retired Pro Athletes

Features Leela Srinivasan T’06, CEO of Parity, in an article about the company partnering with PBX Pickleball.

Aug 30, 2023

Indian Power Connecting India and the United States

Vijay Govindarajan is featured in a special issue examining the current state and future of India after it overtook China as the world’s most populous country.

Aug 30, 2023

Beauty Brands Are Betting on Minis to Entice Price-Sensitive Shoppers This Holiday Season

Features Nailya Ordabayeva in an article about ultra-luxury brands pushing smaller versions of their offerings to attract price-sensitive shoppers.

Aug 30, 2023

20 Biggest Regrets of MBA Students

Features Carly Wolberg T’23 in an article about what MBA graduates from the class of 2023 would do differently during their time in business school if given the chance.

Aug 29, 2023

Factories May Be Leaving China, but Trade Ties Are Stronger than They Seem

Highlights new research by Davin Chor and coauthor Laura Alfaro examining the trade relationship between the United States and China.

Aug 29, 2023

35 Climate Tech Startups to Watch

Highlights Karana, a plant based meat alternative company cofounded by Blair Crichton T’18, as one of the top climate tech startups to watch in 2023.

Aug 28, 2023

China Remains Embedded in US Supply Chains

A feature story about new research from Davin Chor and coauthor Laura Alfaro examining the trade relationship between the U.S. and China.

Aug 26, 2023

Trump, Biden Policies Shifted Trade from China at a Cost, Study Shows

A feature story about new research from Davin Chor and coauthor Laura Alfaro examining trade relationship between the U.S. and China.

Aug 26, 2023

A $43 Billion Value Investor’s Winning Formula for Buying Unloved Foreign Stocks

A feature story about Sarah Ketterer T’87, CEO of Causeway Capital, and how Causeway has found success using a combination of quantitative and fundamental analysis.

Aug 25, 2023

Why Deans from 10 Top B-Schools Made a High-Profile Visit to Washington

Mentions Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about a recent roundtable discussion held in Washington, D.C. hosted by Representative Ro Khanna and Senator Todd Young with deans of leading business schools.

Aug 24, 2023

How Companies Should Prepare for Repeated Debt-Ceiling Standoffs

Vijay Govindarajan coauthors an article examining why companies should account for debt-ceiling standoffs in their operational strategies.

Aug 22, 2023

MBAs to Watch: Class of 2023

Highlights Destinée Mentor-Richards T’23 in Poets&Quants’ annual list of MBAs to Watch from the class of 2023.

Aug 21, 2023

The Double Life of a Gen Z Google Software Engineer Earning Six Figures Who Says He...

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article examining how hiring practices at large tech firms led to numerous employees with little work.

Aug 20, 2023

Dartmouth Tuck Concludes Record-Setting Fundraising Campaign

A roundup of the latest business school news highlights The Tuck Difference—Tuck’s record-setting capital campaign that secured $416 million in new gifts and commitments.

Aug 17, 2023

Verde Farms Earns Land To Market Verification, One of the First Beef Brands to Achieve the...

A feature story about Verde Farms, founded and led by CEO Dana Ehrlich T’05, which received a received a Land To Market verification.

Aug 15, 2023

Are ESG-Supportive Institutions Addressing Income Inequality, The ‘Other’ Big Risk?

An article examining ESG-focused investment funds highlights research by Jonathan and Katharina Lewellen.

Aug 15, 2023

‘The Velvet Hammer’: Tina Smith Is the Senate’s Rising Progressive Powerhouse

A feature profile of Tina Smith T’84, U.S. Senator from Minnesota, and her accomplishments since joining the Senate in 2018.

Aug 14, 2023

The 10 Best MBA Programs for Consulting, Finance, Technology & More

Highlights Tuck in an article exploring top MBA programs for securing roles in numerous industries.

Aug 14, 2023

What Lies Beneath

Scott Anthony coauthors a piece examining how “ghosts of organizational change” inhibit a company’s ability to successfully implement change initiatives.

Aug 12, 2023

Why MNCs Need an India Strategy

Highlights a Harvard Business Review article coauthored by Vijay Govindarajan examining why multinational corporations need a business strategy for the Indian market.

Aug 09, 2023

CMOs to Watch 2023

Features Kate Jhaveri T’03, global chief marketing officer at TikTok, on Insider’s annual “CMOs to Watch” list.

Aug 09, 2023

Causeway Capital’s Ketterer on Where Opportunities Lie and Why China Can’t Be Ignored

A feature interview with Sarah Ketterer T’87, CEO of Causeway Capital.

Aug 09, 2023

How to Attract the Right Shareholders

Mark DesJardine coauthors an article exploring why companies should apply a more strategic approach to investor relations.

Aug 08, 2023

‘You Have to Work Extra to Hire People’: What Companies Have Been Saying about Jobs

Quotes Rick Cardenas T’98, CEO of Darden Restaurants, in an article examining how companies are approaching hiring.

Aug 04, 2023

Activists Are Targeting Diverse Boards — And Succeeding

A feature story about new research from Mark DesJardine and coauthors that finds companies with diverse boards are more likely to be targeted by activist investors.

Aug 02, 2023