Why Corporate America Has Grown Silent on Gun Violence

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article examining why companies are hesitant to speak out in the wake of recent gun violence.

Mar 28, 2023

Opinion: How Big Tech’s Predatory Culture Fuels Failures Like Silicon Valley Bank

Roger McNamee T’82 authors an opinion piece examining how the business culture of the tech industry may have contributed to the failure of Silicon Valley Bank.

Mar 26, 2023

European Banks are Better Capital-shaped than their U.S. Peers, Says Causeway Capital CEO Ketterer

Sarah Ketterer T’87, CEO of Causeway Capital Management, joins Closing Bell to discuss whether the turmoil in the banking industry is suggesting that we are on the brink of recession and more.

Mar 24, 2023

This Isn’t Tech’s First Boom and Bust Cycle. Here’s What We Can Learn from ...

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article examining what lessons the tech industry can learn from past bubbles and apply to the current moment.

Mar 23, 2023

For the Jikaria Sisters, It’s about Blending Their Style

A feature interview with the Jikaria Sisters, including Omika Jikaria T’21.

Mar 22, 2023

‘Enough, It’s Hurting Our Business’: Sofi’s Campaign to Stop the Student-Loan Payment Pause That Helps I...

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article exploring SoFi’s efforts to end the federal student loan payment moratorium.

Mar 19, 2023

How the Top Women in Finance Are Shaping the Future

Features Sarah Ketterer T’87 and Suni Harford T’88 in an article about Barron’s annual list of the 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance.

Mar 17, 2023

Lawmakers Who Struggle and Have Struggled with Mental Health See Power in ‘Telling the Story’

Features Tina Smith T’84, U.S. Senator from Minnesota, in an article about lawmakers sharing their personal mental health stories.

Mar 16, 2023

The Legendary Breakfast Spot That Hasn’t Changed since 1947

A feature story about Lou’s Restaurant and Bakery, owned by Jarett Berke T’17, and the ways it has and has not changed over the decades.

Mar 16, 2023

Surge Pricing Is Spreading to More than Rideshare Companies—Here’s Why

Robert Shumsky joins CBS News to discuss the growing prevalence of surge pricing.

Mar 15, 2023

It’s Time for Equal Pay for Equal Work

Quotes Ella Bell Smith in an article examining the gender pay gap. Smith says the pay gap is heightened for Black women.

Mar 14, 2023

What Happens When CEOs Stay Too Long? Just Ask Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article exploring what companies can learn from Syracuse University, which recently parted ways with its longtime men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim.

Mar 14, 2023

Are Tech Layoffs a Major Disruption or a Just Minor Course Correction from Past Excesses?

Vijay Govindarajan coauthors an article examining recent layoffs in the tech industry.

Mar 14, 2023

Companies Gear Up for a Busy Proxy Season

Highlights research by and quotes Mark DesJardine in an article about activist investors and proxy season.

Mar 14, 2023

First Zero-emissions Fuel Cell Ferry in the U.S. Arrives in San Francisco

Features Pace Ralli T’09, CEO of Switch Maritime, in a feature story about a new all-electric, zero-emissions ferry that Switch developed with Bay Area Air Quality Management District.

Mar 13, 2023

Bowling for $418? Surge Pricing Creeps into Restaurants, Movies, Gym Class

Quotes Robert Shumsky in an article exploring how dynamic pricing has expanded beyond industries where it has become commonplace.

Mar 12, 2023

Developed Market Equities Outlook

Sarah Ketterer T’87, CEO of Causeway Capital Management, joins Wall Street Week to discuss philosophies for equities strategy in developed markets.

Mar 10, 2023

What Is ‘Green Hushing’? The New Negative Sustainability Trend, Explained

Features Anant Sundaram in an article examining “green hushing”—companies purposely keeping quiet about their sustainability goals.

Mar 10, 2023

Business Schools Soften Admissions Requirements to Scoop Up Laid-Off Tech Workers

Quotes Lawrence Mur’ray, executive director of admissions and financial aid, in an article about admissions initiatives at numerous business schools in response to layoffs in tech and other industries.

Mar 08, 2023

MBA Programs Are Courting Laid-off Tech Workers by Removing Testing Requirements to Sweeten the Deal

Highlights Tuck and quotes Lawrence Mur’ray, executive director of admissions and financial aid, in an article about admissions initiatives introduced by numerous business schools in response to layoffs in tech and other industries.

Mar 08, 2023

The Age of the Silicon Valley ‘Moonshot’ is Over

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, in an article exploring how large tech firms are likely to cut back on costly projects.

Mar 02, 2023

How Commerce Can Save the Climate

Dean Matthew Slaughter and coauthor Gordon Hanson author a piece exploring the need for a "Green Free Trade Agreement".

Feb 28, 2023

Goldman Sachs’ David Solomon Is Distracted, Says Dartmouth Professor Paul Argenti

Paul Argenti joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon’s comments about the company’s performance, Goldman’s credibility crisis and the need for additional transparency.

Feb 28, 2023

From ‘Barely Reading’ to Google: Successes of NYC Charter School Alum

Features Emeka Kanu T’16 in an article sharing success stories of alumni who attended charter schools, like KIPP, in NYC.

Feb 24, 2023

Mobile Shopping Apps Are the Key to Winning Brand Loyalty

Phil Granof T’91, chief marketing officer at NewStore, authors a piece exploring how mobile shopping apps can help companies build brand loyalty.

Feb 23, 2023

Are Small-Caps Stocks Cheap? Yes—Relatively.

Features Kenneth French in an article examining small-caps stocks.

Feb 23, 2023

Colleen DeCourcy on Rewriting Snap’s Brand Story

Mentions Kenny Mitchell T’04, chief marketing officer at Snap, Inc., in an article about how the company shifted its approach to marketing and branding.

Feb 22, 2023

‘India Inc Can Gain from Likely Global Recession’

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about companies should approach investment during times of economic downturn.

Feb 20, 2023

Tech Companies Spoiled Workers for Decades. Now Layoffs Are Bringing Them Down to Earth.

Features Vijay Govindarajan in an article about how layoffs in the tech industry are causing an identity crisis for many affected workers.

Feb 20, 2023

Shoshana Zuboff & Roger Mcnamee on Surveillance Capitalism

Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, joins the Al Franken Podcast to discuss the impact of big tech’s business models.

Feb 18, 2023

Membership Vet Clinic Parker & Ace Coming to H Street NE

A feature story about Parker & Ace, a new membership-based veterinary clinic co-founded and led by CEO Alexis McLaughlin T’02.

Feb 17, 2023

Tech Layoffs Continue to Mount, and B-Schools Are Standing By to Help

Mentions Tuck in an article highlighting application changes made by business schools to support workers impact by layoffs.

Feb 16, 2023

Ben Affleck Created Dunkin’s Super Bowl Debut with the Help of Jennifer Lopez

Features Jill McVicar Nelson T’16, chief marketing officer at Dunkin’, in a feature story about the brand’s first-ever Super Bowl ad.

Feb 13, 2023

How This First-Generation Student Ended Up at a Top MBA Program—and Landed an Internship with M...

A feature interview with Betty Tran T’24 about her experience applying to business school through the Forté Foundation, why she chose Tuck, and how she recruited for a summer internship at Microsoft.

Feb 13, 2023

More than 100 Students from 15 Global Universities Including Harvard to Attend WGS in Dubai

Highlights Tuck in an article about universities around the globe that are sending delegations to the World Government Summit in Dubai.

Feb 11, 2023

How to Tell If Your Micromanaging Is Helpful or Out of Control

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article about how business leaders can properly harness micromanagement tendencies.

Feb 10, 2023