Health Care for 1% of the Cost

Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management Vijay Govindarajan writes on how reverse innovation provides the answer to U.S. health care.

May 19, 2014

A View from the Trees

Developing Leaders talks with Clark Callahan, executive director of Tuck Executive Education, on how Tuck's intimate environment shapes executive learning.

May 16, 2014

The hard facts about momentum investing

The Financial Times mentions Ken French's data on historic US stock returns in an article about the momentum effect that guides stock market investing.

May 12, 2014

Target Chairman Gets Hands-On Role in Post-Breach Vacuum

Bloomberg quotes Professor B. Espen Eckbo on Target's "succession gap."

May 07, 2014

5 Things to Help Survive a Crisis At Work

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti offers five pieces of advice to mitigate the damage of errors on the job.

May 06, 2014

Glass Ceiling Debate: He Said, She Didn’t

Inc. follows up on its story about women CEOs, which quotes Sydney Finkelstein on gender and self-confidence in the workplace.

May 06, 2014

In a league of their own

The Economist ranks the Tuck School of Business the #2 full-time business school in North America as well as in the world.

May 05, 2014

Central banks kill market volatility

Peter Fisher, senior fellow, Center for Global Business and Government, Tuck senior lecturer, and senior director of Blackrock’s investment institute, argues that "The Fed in particular and central banks in general try too hard to keep volatility low."

May 05, 2014

3 Reasons to Stay Away From Alibaba’s IPO

Visiting Professor of Business Administration Anant Sundaram provides his concerns on Alibaba's IPO.

May 05, 2014

Who wants to be bigger than the U.S.? Not China!

Professor Matthew Slaughter is quoted in Marketplace on China's complicated response to potentially outpacing the American economy. "The faster China’s growth, the more the world legitimately looks to China for any meaningful carbon reduction," says Slaughter.

May 01, 2014

The secret phobia all leaders face

In his latest column for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein, associate dean for executive education and the Steven Roth Professor of Management, discusses the worst fear all CEOs must face and overcome: a fear of failure.

May 01, 2014

Insights From Our Online Panel

Eric Spiegel T’87, president and CEO, Siemens USA, and David T. McLaughlin D'54, T'55 Distinguished Visiting Professor Robert Howell predict challenges and opportunities businesses may face as demographics change.

Apr 29, 2014

Why Brands Still Have Power

Tuck marketing professor Kusum Ailawadi discusses the role of brands in the multi-channel ecosystem, in a Marketing Science Institute Q&A.

Apr 28, 2014

Car Industry Insiders Ready to Retake Steering Wheel

Sydney Finkelstein comments on how an industry's health determines if a corporation hires from within or recruits outsiders.

Apr 23, 2014

The Morning Risk Report: Twitter Mob Forces General Mills Retreat

Paul Argenti, professor of corporate communication, comments on General Mills' decision to retract its social media policy that would have prevented customers who joined its "online communities" or downloaded coupons from pursuing class-action lawsuits.

Apr 22, 2014

The Most Satisfied MBA Graduates

In a Forbes survey, Tuck makes the top 10 at No. 6 for the most satisfied MBA graduates.

Apr 21, 2014

Women in Leadership: An Interview with Ella Bell

Q&A with Ella Bell (Smith), associate professor of business administration, focuses on women's leadership.

Apr 18, 2014

Mentors help minority companies accelerate growth

Leonard Greenhalgh, professor of management, says "Minority- and women-owned suppliers are both incredibly important to the future of the economy. That’s why you need accelerators. Those owners have the odds stacked against them."

Apr 18, 2014

Poets & Quants: Life is Good at the Tuck School

Offers and acceptances are ahead of last year's strong results.

Apr 18, 2014

Cowardly corporate lions: Whatever happened to courage?

In his latest "Syd Weighs In" column, Sydney Finkelstein discusses the consequences that can occur when corporate directors lack the courage to question a chief executive's strategy.

Apr 17, 2014

This Little Solar Powered Lantern Named ‘Luci’ Is Having A Big Impact

Forbes features MPOWERD co-founder Jacques-Philippe Piverger T'07 and the company’s first product, a small dome-shaped lantern that can illuminate a 10-foot room for 6-12 hours with batteries that can be charged in direct sunlight or incandescent light.

Apr 15, 2014

Meals on Wheels: Tuck School Students Serve Up Food, and Lessons in Business Management

The Valley News features The Box, a food truck developed and created by Eric Winn D’04, T’14, Mike Parshley T’14, and other Tuck students and professors. The food truck serves Mediterranean-style sandwiches in Hanover.

Apr 14, 2014

100 Questions Every Great Business Leader Should Ask

Additional coverage in The Huffington Post of advice from professor of strategy and entrepreneurship Ron Adner, originally published in Inc.

Apr 14, 2014

Vogel: Food Insecurity Solutions

John Vogel discusses the connection between food insecurity and poor health in a commentary for Vermont Public Radio. Vogel is an adjunct professor of business administration and associate faculty director of the Center for Business & Society.

Apr 11, 2014

GM’s bumpy road ahead

Paul Argenti comments on the GM recall investigation. Argenti is professor of corporate communication.

Apr 11, 2014

Will a $100 Million Mystery Gift Transform the Way Dartmouth Teaches?

Tuck could benefit from interdisciplinary programming made possible by the largest single gift in Dartmouth's history.

Apr 11, 2014

How Recruiters Rank The Best Schools

Poets and Quants describes how in compiling its annual MBA rankings, US News and World Report surveys corporate recruiters and company contacts for an assessment score, which is weighed at 15% of a school's total ranking.

Apr 09, 2014

When Branding Is Too Good: A Cautionary Tale From New York’s Citi Bike

Kevin Lane Keller, the E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, explains why the Citibank-stye branding of the popular New York City based bike-sharing service, Citi Bike, has been a source of confusion.

Apr 09, 2014

‘The Tech Sector’: Growing, and growing vaguer

Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter says, "What the tech sector historically has done, and continues to do today, is come up with new ways of doing business for all companies and all industries."

Apr 09, 2014

Agere Adds Small-Cap Investment Expert to Board of Directors

R. Brendt Stallings T'95 joins Agere Pharmaceuticals, Inc.'s board of directors.

Apr 09, 2014

Mozilla’s Brendan Eich: Persecutor Or Persecuted?

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti says, "If you have designs on being the CEO, you have to realize your private life is not as private as you think."

Apr 07, 2014

MBA Employment At Top 50 U.S. B-Schools

Poets and Quants responds to yesterday's Wall Street Journal article, "Can M.B.A. Students Afford to Wait for That Perfect Job?" and mentions Tuck's stats on employment offers versus students' acceptance.

Apr 04, 2014

Seek Guidance From MBA Grads When Applying to B-School

Veronica Jubera T'13—a member of the Tuck Connections program, which connects prospective students with current Tuck students or alumni—is quoted on the benefits of MBA alumni networking.

Apr 04, 2014

GM sold us on a comeback. Don’t buy a CEO’s apology – buy cars that a...

Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti warns consumers not to be fooled by General Motors' comeback strategy.

Apr 03, 2014

What leads to dangerous decisions?

Sydney Finkelstein explains how a leader’s behavior is heavily influenced by personality, professional background, and experience.

Apr 03, 2014

Can M.B.A. Students Afford to Wait for That Perfect Job?

The Wall Street Journal looks to Director of Career Development Jonathan Masland, Ellen Cory T'14, and Bryan Cory T'14 for insight into MBA students who have chosen to hold off on signing contracts.

Apr 03, 2014