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Roger McNamee on New Anti-trust Cases: “Harms That Affect All of Society Should Require Some Remedy”

As a guest on MSNBC, Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, discusses new antitrust cases against Silicon Valley tech giants.

Dec 26, 2020

Did Michigan Health Orders Slow COVID? Probably. But How Much Is Debatable.

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article exploring the impact public health orders had on the spread of COVID-19 in Michigan.

Dec 23, 2020

B-Schools (Try to) Predict What 2021 Will Look like

Quotes Dia Draper in an article collecting predictions from top business schools for the year ahead.

Dec 23, 2020

Vermont Community Loan Fund, CVHHH, and COVID Vaccines

Lindsey Leininger joins “Vermont Viewpoint” to discuss recent news regarding COVID-19 vaccines and how the public can make informed decisions about the vaccines and coronavirus pandemic overall.

Dec 17, 2020

U.S. Financial Reporting Is Stuck in the 20th Century

Vijay Govindarajan, and coauthors Shivaram Rajgopal, Anup Srivastava, and Luminita Enache, examine U.S. financial reporting and how it could be improved.

Dec 16, 2020

How This Dartmouth Tuck Professor Became a ‘Nerdy Girl’

A roundup of the latest business school news highlights a recent Tuck news story exploring how Lindsey Leininger combined her passions of public health and data literacy during the COVID-19 pandemic to become an influential truth-teller.

Dec 14, 2020

To the Moon and Back, Chinese R&D Is Leaving the U.S. behind

Dean Matthew Slaughter examines the importance of basic research to a country’s economic health and the contrasting approaches to research exhibited by the United States and China.

Dec 14, 2020

Gradual Higher-Ed Mobility Needs Faster Policy Flexibility

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education and the future of higher learning in a post-pandemic world.

Dec 12, 2020

The Facebook Antitrust Case Is a Vital First Step. But More Needs to Happen

Roger McNamee T'82, managing director of Elevation Partners, examines the antitrust cases filed against Facebook, for Time.

Dec 11, 2020

Still Traveling despite the CDC Warning? Here’s How to Pick a Safe Vacation Destination

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, CEO of Global Rescue, in an article exploring how to safely travel during the pandemic.

Dec 11, 2020

Women Look to Affect Public Health for the Better through Communication

A feature story about Dear Pandemic—a team of women public health experts, including Tuck’s Lindsey Leininger, who have been combatting misinformation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by sharing evidence-based advice on social media.

Dec 11, 2020

How REsurety Is De-risking Renewable Energy

A feature story about REsurety, led by CEO Lee Taylor T’10.

Dec 10, 2020

Silicon Valley Feared Facebook’s Bullying Tactics Years before They Came to the Attention of Regulators

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, in an article examining Facebook’s alleged anti-competitive behavior, which led to the filing of numerous antitrust lawsuits.

Dec 09, 2020

We’re at an Inflection Point for Organizational Culture

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Kapil Viswanathan examine generational changes to organizational culture, and how the pandemic has brought those changes into sharp focus.

Dec 09, 2020

Dartmouth MBA Employment Report: Tuck Class of 2020 Take Home Higher Salaries

Continued coverage of Tuck’s 2020 employment data. For the class of 2020, 94 percent received a job offer within three months after graduation while first-year total median compensation climbed to a new high of $180,000.

Dec 09, 2020

How a Peninsula Company Puzzled Out a New Biotech Model around Potential Eye, Heart Drugs

A feature story about Maze Therapeutics, led by CEO Jason Coloma T’07, and two joint ventures it pursued with BridgeBio Pharma and Alloy Therapeutics.

Dec 07, 2020

Demand Grows for Student-Led Impact Investment Funds

Quotes John McKinley, executive director of the Center for Business, Government & Society, Kurt Buchbinder T’21, and highlights the Tuck ESG Fund and Tuck Social Venture Fund.

Dec 06, 2020

PRWeek Hall of Famers Offer Advice for the Next Generation

Features Michael Sneed T’83, EVP of global corporate affairs & chief communication officer at Johnson & Johnson, who was elected to the PRWeek Hall of Fame this year.

Dec 05, 2020

18 Trailblazers Share Bold Advice You Need to Hear Right Now

Highlights Deirdre Findlay T’00, CMO of Condé Nast, in an article collecting advice from leading women in the field of marketing.

Dec 03, 2020

New-Age Companies like Airbnb Top H-1B Salaries

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about the smaller, younger tech firms that are leading the pack in regards to compensation for H1-B visa holders.

Dec 03, 2020

Why Radical Transparency (with Staff and Customers) Is Good for Business

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about businesses using transparency and honesty in times of crisis.

Dec 03, 2020

3 Steps to Develop Grit, According to One of the Army’s First Female Apache Pilots

In an interview with Forbes, Shannon Huffman Polson T’03 discusses her life, career, and new book The Grit Factor.

Dec 02, 2020

Nuveen’s CEO Minaya Sees Good Returns from Alternative Assets

Features Jose Minaya T’00, CEO of Nuveen, in an article about the importance of alternative assets in helping investors reach their goals.

Dec 02, 2020

Experiential Learning in a COVID World

Kerry Laufer, Shannon McKeen T’91, and coauthor Michellana Jester illustrate how experiential learning programs can improve following disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dec 02, 2020

The Government’s Failure to Provide Economic Relief

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in a piece about the lack of new economic relief measures as the COVID-19 pandemic persists.

Dec 02, 2020

Meet the Startup That Has Raised $118 Million to Automate Critical Distribution Yards

A feature story about Outrider, founded and led by CEO Andrew Smith T’07.

Dec 01, 2020

It Takes Two to Tango: Great Consulting Requires Great Clients

In an opinion piece for Forbes, Grant Freeland explores why one of the keys to being a good consultant is having great clients.

Nov 30, 2020

Managing Cultural Change in a Crisis

An article exploring how business leaders can improve their organization’s culture amid a crisis highlights research by Sydney Finkelstein.

Nov 27, 2020

Nigeria Is Emerging as a True Bitcoin Nation

Quotes Akin Sawyerr T’03 in an article about Bitcoin’s success in Nigeria.

Nov 26, 2020

Virus Can’t Slow Rise of Dartmouth Tuck MBA Salaries

A feature story about Tuck’s 2020 employment data.

Nov 25, 2020

Experts Weigh in on 3 Thanksgiving Plans, Telling Us What’s Safe, and What to Avoid

Quotes Lindsey Leininger among numerous public health experts exploring how to celebrate Thanksgiving safely amid the pandemic.

Nov 24, 2020

Debunking Pandemic Myths

As a guest on Minnesota Public Radio, Lindsey Leininger discusses the infodemic occurring alongside the COVID-19 pandemic, and how public health experts can combat the spread of disinformation.

Nov 23, 2020

Why the Simple Message to Help Stop the Pandemic Still Isn’t Getting Through

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about how to share public health guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in ways that resonate.

Nov 22, 2020

How Sarah Apgar and FitFighter Are Changing Fitness

A feature story about Sarah Apgar T’11, founder of fitness brand FitFighter, and her recent appearance on “Shark Tank” where Apgar closed a deal with Daniel Lubetzky.

Nov 21, 2020

The Best Inventions of 2020

Highlights the HC1 Communicator, a smart hardhat developed by Guardhat—led by co-founder and CEO Saikat Dey T’05—as one of the best inventions of 2020.

Nov 19, 2020

Africa’s Response to Coronavirus Spawns Innovation Trends

An article examining numerous innovations that have sprung out of Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the concept of reverse innovation popularized by Vijay Govindarajan.

Nov 18, 2020