Meet the MBA Class of 2022: The COVID Cohorts

Mentions Olympian Briana Provancha T’22 and spotlights Amayo Bassey T’22 in a preview of Poets & Quants “Meet the Class” series.

Aug 30, 2020

If 2021 Becomes the Year of Travel, This Is What Will Happen

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, founder and CEO of Global Rescue, in an article about the future of the travel industry following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 29, 2020

The Science of Stoking Fear

Quotes Punam Anand Keller in an article examining the use of fear in marketing, by both large corporations and advocacy groups.

Aug 29, 2020

How Can You Reduce Risk Hosting Overnight House Guests or Taking Road Trips Amid COVID-19

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about best practices for hosting guests and traveling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 28, 2020

Six Suggestions for How to Deal with Ballooning U.S. Debt

Highlights Peter Fisher among experts sharing ideas for how the U.S. can approach its growing debt.

Aug 28, 2020

What You Can Learn from Two Prisoners of War about Coping with the Pandemic’s Challenges

An opinion piece by Shannon Huffman Polson T’03, founder and CEO of The Grit Institute, sharing stories of two prisoners of war she interviewed for her book and the lessons that can be learned from their experiences.

Aug 25, 2020

Tech Giants, Taxes, and a Looming Global Trade War

Vijay Govindarajan coauthors a piece about how large tech companies, foreign governments, and the OECDcan work together to resolve tax disputes and avoid a global trade war.

Aug 24, 2020

Dartmouth Tuck Stands on the Precipice of Gender Parity

A feature story about the Tuck class of 2022, which sets school records for percentage of women, international representation, and more.

Aug 24, 2020

This Is How Adventure Travel Is Changing. Are You Ready?

Quotes Dan Richards T’03, CEO of Global Rescue, in an article about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted adventure travel.

Aug 22, 2020

The Emotional PPE Project Connects Therapists with Health Care Workers

A feature piece about Emotional PPE, a nonprofit that provides free mental health services to health care workers across the country co-founded by Kate Zeghibe T’22.

Aug 22, 2020

Why Are There Still So Few Black Executives in America?

Features Ella Bell Smith in a piece about the lack of Black executives at the 50 largest companies in the S&P 100.

Aug 20, 2020

45 MBA Programs That Train Well-Paid Consultants

Highlights Tuck as one of the top MBA programs for placing graduates in the consulting roles.

Aug 19, 2020

Rising Stock Market Would Be in the Red without a Handful of Familiar Names

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, in a piece about the sustained market success of household tech companies such as Apple and Amazon.

Aug 19, 2020

Why Women Are Successful Global Leaders

Quotes Ella Bell Smith in an article about women leaders around the world and Joe Biden’s support of vice presidential nominee, Kamala Harris.

Aug 19, 2020

Siebert Williams Shank Partners with Microsoft to Invest $25 Million in Minority-Owned Businesses

Features Chris Williams T’84, chairman of Siebert Williams Shank, in an article about the firm’s new Clear Vision Impact Fund.

Aug 19, 2020

How LA’s Sports Franchises Are Keeping Their Eyes on the Ball despite COVID-19

Quotes Kevin Demoff T’06, COO of the Los Angeles Rams, in an article about how LA’s professional sports teams are adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 17, 2020

What Experts Say about How to Interpret COVID-19 Data

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about how public health experts approach COVID-19 data, and what non-experts can do to shield themselves from misinformation.

Aug 17, 2020

Coronavirus Thrust Colleges into a Global Experiment — and It May Pay Off

Features Vijay Govindarajan in a piece exploring what lessons the higher education industry can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 14, 2020

What Kamala Harris Shows Us about the New Generation of Women Leaders

Ella Bell Smith and coauthor Constance Hale write how Kamala Harris exemplifies the new generation of women leaders.

Aug 13, 2020

Baltimore Entrepreneur Bob Wallace Secures Spot on Ballot as Independent in City’s Mayoral Race

A feature story about Bob Wallace T’84 and his ongoing campaign to become the next Mayor of Baltimore.

Aug 13, 2020

Many Community Outbreaks of COVID Traced to Restaurants, Bars

Continued coverage of comments by Lindsey Leininger regarding the impact reopened restaurants and bars has had on the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 12, 2020

The Nation Wanted to Eat Out Again. Everyone Has Paid the Price.

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in an article about the role reopened restaurants and bars have played in the continued spread of COVID-19.

Aug 12, 2020

Kamala Harris Is the Choice Joe Biden Needed to Win over Silicon Valley

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, in an article about Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris and her connections to the technology industry.

Aug 11, 2020

How to Make a Culture of Lifelong Learning Stick in Your Business

An article about how businesses can promote learning within their companies highlights research by Sydney Finkelstein examining “Teacher-Leaders”.

Aug 11, 2020

Everyone Is a Live-Streamer in COVID-19 Era

Quotes Michael Aragon T’01, SVP of content at Twitch, in an article about the rise of live streaming during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 09, 2020

The Generation That Won WWII Made the World a Better Place. Better, but Not Perfect

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter in a long-form piece looking back at the decades since the end of World War II.

Aug 08, 2020

They Thought COVID-19 Was a Hoax, Until They Fell Ill

Quotes Lindsey Leininger in a feature about former coronavirus skeptics who changed perspectives after contracting COVID-19.

Aug 08, 2020

How Will Employers Perceive Long-term Unemployment in this Moment?

Ahead of the monthly jobs report numbers, Dean Matthew Slaughter spoke with Marketplace about stretches of unemployment due to the pandemic.

Aug 07, 2020

The Missing Element of Joe Biden’s VP Search

Ella Bell Smith and coauthor Constance Hale write that Joe Biden's vice presidential search should take into account the female candidates' leadership abilities.

Aug 07, 2020

In A Huge Year for Consulting MBAs, These Schools Were the Top Industry Feeders

Highlights Tuck among the top business schools for placing graduates in the consulting industry. Of the Tuck class of 2019, 38 percent accepted positions in consulting.

Aug 05, 2020

Peter Fisher Says Biden Might Be ‘Right Dose’ for China Relations

As a guest on Bloomberg Markets, Peter Fisher discusses frayed relations between the U.S. and China. Fisher also discussed the Fed, concerns about the economy and lower productivity, and zombie companies.

Aug 04, 2020

Local Hard Seltzer Brewed Right Here in Austin

A feature story about Blue Norther, a hard seltzer company co-founded by Austin Pittman T’21.

Aug 03, 2020

Consumers, Flush with Stimulus Money, Shun Credit-Card Debt

Quotes Roger Hochschild T’90, CEO of Discover Financial Services, in an article about how credit card debt and consumer demand have unexpectedly fallen during the coronavirus pandemic.

Aug 02, 2020

A Historic Antitrust Hearing in Congress Has Put Big Tech on Notice

In an opinion piece for The Guardian, Roger McNamee T’82, managing director at Elevation Partners, examines the recent congressional antitrust hearings focusing on the technology industry.

Jul 31, 2020

Private Sector. Don’t Just Stand There, Do Something Big!

Vijay Govindarajan, Paul Danos, and coauthor Anup Srivastava illustrate how the private sector can mobilize to address racial and socioeconomic inequality in America.

Jul 31, 2020

Big Tech Defies Global Economic Fallout with Blockbuster Earnings

Quotes Roger McNamee T’82 in an article about the technology industry’s resilience against a slowing global economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Jul 31, 2020