Are Trade Wars Good and Winnable?

As a guest on NPR’s “On Point,” Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses the new tariffs on steel and aluminum proposed by President Trump and the affects they could have on trade and American workers.

Mar 06, 2018

Goldman Sachs’ Investment in a Gun Retailer Puts It in an Awkward Position

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Goldman Sachs’ ties to Bass Pro Shops, one of the largest retailers of guns in the United States.

Mar 03, 2018

Corporations Only Break with the Gun Industry When It’s Cheap and Easy

References insights by Paul Argenti in an article arguing that businesses, such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, which recently opted to stop selling assault-style rifles, aren’t engaging in shareholder activism or corporate social responsibility, but merely normal business practices.

Mar 01, 2018

Walmart Is the Latest Example of a Company Doing What Politicians Won’t on Gun Control

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about Walmart's and Dick’s Sporting Goods’ decisions to stop selling firearms or ammunition to customers under the age of 21.

Feb 28, 2018

Warren Buffett Is Even Better Than You Think

An article about the sustained investing success of Warren Buffett references research Kenneth French and Eugene Fama.

Feb 27, 2018

Is Your Membership Worth the Cost to Shop?

Highlights research by Kusum Ailawadi exploring the effects that shopping at warehouse club stores, like Costco, has on consumers.

Feb 27, 2018

7 Top Takeaways from Leading Business Schools’ 2017 Employment Reports

Highlights employment data for the Tuck class of 2017, which included a new high for average first-year base salary and signing bonus and a record percentage of jobs accepted in the technology industry and on the West Coast.

Feb 27, 2018

Roger McNamee: Brain Hacking

As a guest on “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Roger McNamee T’82 discusses the term “brain hacking,” how outside forces have harnessed the addictive qualities of social media to encourage particular feelings and opinions among users.

Feb 26, 2018

Why Financial Statements Don’t Work for Digital Companies

Vijay Govindarajan, Anup Srivastava and coauthor write that traditional financial reports are practically irrelevant for digital companies due to their focus on intangible investments, like research and development.

Feb 26, 2018

10 Women to Watch from the MBA Class of 2019

Features Gillian Apps T’19 and mentions Swellen Macieira T’19 in an article highlighting women in the class of 2019 from business schools around the world.

Feb 21, 2018

How to Fix Facebook: Make Users Pay for It

Roger McNamee T’82 writes that Facebook should implement a subscription-based business model to reduce the likelihood that bad actors could use the platform for harm.

Feb 21, 2018

Impact Investing

Features John Vogel in a piece about the rising popularity of impact investing.

Feb 19, 2018

3 Reasons Global Firms Should Keep Investing in India

Vijay Govindarajan outlines reasons companies should continue to invest in India despite the challenges the market presents.

Feb 16, 2018

The Upper Valley’s Economic Upper Hand

Highlights the Tuck School of Business as an important component of the Upper Valley region’s dynamic economy.

Feb 14, 2018

Tuck’s ‘Next Step’ Gives Vets, Athletes New Opportunities

Quotes Punam Anand Keller and Margaux Lohry in an article highlighting Tuck’s Next Step: Transition to Business executive education program.

Feb 14, 2018

Dartmouth Study: Friends Think Alike

Highlights new research from Adam Kleinbaum exploring the connection between neural activity and friendships.

Feb 13, 2018

New Cancer Test Isn’t Ready for Prime Time

Dr. H. Gilbert Welch writes that liquid biopsy tests to detect cancer are more complex than the public has been led to believe.

Feb 13, 2018

Bill and Melinda Gates Take on Tough Questions About Their Giving

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about the potential risks organizations face when they openly respond to difficult questions, such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation did with its annual letter this year.

Feb 12, 2018

Clear Admit

Highlights Tuck’s banner year for scholarship fundraising in 2017, which saw $20 million pledged in support of scholarships.

Feb 12, 2018

Finding New Meaning After an Olympic Career

Mentions Next Step: Transition to Business, a Tuck executive education program customized for military veterans and elite athletes, in an article about the U.S. Olympic Committee's Athlete Career Education (ACE) program.

Feb 11, 2018

Buckle Up: Final NAFTA Talks Will Be a Bumpy Ride

Cites Dean Matthew J. Slaughter’s recent article in The Wall Street Journal about the potential negative effects that withdrawing from NAFTA could have on the United States.

Feb 08, 2018

The Best Leaders Are Teachers

In a Facebook Live video for HBR, Sydney Finkelstein discusses how the best leaders are also great teachers.

Feb 06, 2018

Gifts Roundup: Raether Family Gifts $15 Million to the Tuck School of Business

Features the Raether family’s recent $15 million gift to Tuck in support of scholarship funding. The donation continues the Raethers’ longtime support of the school.

Feb 05, 2018

Can Anyone Stop Amazon from Winning the Industrial Internet?

Vijay Govindarajan guides digital native companies and industry incumbents in what they need to do to lead in the era of the Industrial Internet.

Feb 02, 2018

Dartmouth Tuck Gets Largest-Ever Donation

Highlights Paul Raether T’73 and the Raether family's $15 million gift in support of scholarship funding at Tuck. The gift ties the record for the largest philanthropic donation ever given to Tuck.

Feb 01, 2018

Unnecessary Medical Care: More Common Than You Might Imagine

Quotes Dr. H. Gilbert Welch in an article about the economic impact of unnecessary medical testing.

Feb 01, 2018

Scientists Say They Can Predict Who You’re Friends with Based on Brain Patterns Alone

Quotes Adam Kleinbaum in continued coverage of new research from Kleinbaum exploring how neural activity can predict friendships.

Jan 31, 2018

MBA Programs with the Most Women

Highlights Tuck in an article about business schools with the highest percentage of women enrolled.

Jan 31, 2018

Brain Scans Reveal That Friends Really Are on the Same Wavelength

Features new research from Adam Kleinbaum that explores how brain activity can be used to predict friendships.

Jan 30, 2018

Leaving NAFTA Would Cost $50 Billion a Year

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter writes that withdrawing from NAFTA would have detrimental effects across the country. “Withdraw from NAFTA, and all its gains would be permanently lost.”

Jan 29, 2018

Easing the Transition into Business

An article about Tuck's Next Step: Transition to Business executive education program for military veterans and elite athletes quotes Punam Anand Keller and Joseph Hall.

Jan 28, 2018

There’s Nothing ‘Simple’ About a Blood Test for Cancer

Features Dr. H. Gilbert Welch in an article about CancerSEEK, a new blood test to detect eight different types of cancers.

Jan 27, 2018

Ethicists Explain Exactly Why James Comey Isn’t Qualified for His New Gig Teaching Ethics

Quotes Aine Donovan in an article about former FBI director James Comey being invited to teach ethical leadership at the College of William & Mary.

Jan 27, 2018

Apple’s $38 Billion Tax Bill? The Company Has Eight Years to Pay

Cites research by Leslie Robinson in an article about multinationals planning to repatriate foreign earnings and the tax bills they will face as a result.

Jan 25, 2018

These Experts Say Philadelphia Is the Best Place for Amazon

Quotes Santiago Gallino in continued coverage of Philadelphia’s chances at becoming the home for Amazon’s second U.S. headquarters.

Jan 22, 2018

First Year of Trump’s Government Leaves a Bitter Taste in Latin America

Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about the changing relations between the United States and Latin America during President Donald Trump’s first year in office.

Jan 21, 2018