Litquidity Unmasked

Quotes Paul Argenti in a feature story about Henry Medina, who runs the finance-focused Instagram account Litquidity.

Feb 07, 2024

U.S. Companies Are Still Worried about an Economic Shock

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan and highlights an article he coauthored for Harvard Business Review examining why companies are holding onto cash reserves.

Feb 07, 2024

The Value of Sam Altman’s Human Capital: An Event Study

Vijay Govindarajan and coauthor Anup Srivastava examine the human capital value of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman.

Feb 06, 2024

Fusion Strategy with Dr. Vijay (“VG”) Govindarajan

Vijay Govindarajan joins the Global Leadership Podcast to explore how generative AI and datagraphs impact organizational strategy, and how leaders can continue to innovate in a rapidly changing context.

Feb 06, 2024

Moving beyond the Year of Women’s Sports: A Call for Lasting Change in 2024

Leela Srinivasan T’06 authors a piece exploring how marketers can help redefine women's sports in 2024.

Feb 05, 2024

Why Are Companies Sitting on Cash Right Now?

Vijay Govindarajan coauthors an article exploring why companies are holding onto cash reserves.

Feb 05, 2024

Most Disruptive MBA Startups of 2023

Features Julia Megson T’23 and Rescale, which she cofounded alongside Matt Baer T’19 and Matthew Kaliara.

Feb 04, 2024

CEOs on the Record

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about the rise of CEO visibility and how it can impact business outcomes.

Feb 01, 2024

As Carbon Pricing Picks up around the Globe, Lawmakers Urge NH to Get on Board

Charles Wheelan D’88 is featured in an article about carbon pricing.

Jan 30, 2024

Restraining Orders and Recipes: 5 Things We Learned from CNN’s Martha Stewart Docuseries

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about CNN’s new four-part docuseries, The Many Lives of Martha Stewart, which features Argenti.

Jan 29, 2024

Store-Brand Products

Kusum Ailawadi joins Freakonomics’ The Economics of Everyday Things podcast to discuss store-brand, or private label, products.

Jan 28, 2024

Microsoft Is the World’s Most Valuable Company. Now It Has to Prove It Can Stay T...

Features Roger McNamee T’82 in an article about Microsoft’s new standing as the world’s most valuable company, its investments in AI, and more.

Jan 26, 2024

The Trends That Will Define the Global Economy in 2024

Features Emily Blanchard and Davin Chor in an article collecting expert opinions about trends that will define the global economy in 2024.

Jan 26, 2024

High Interest Rates Could Harm Future Generations as Debt Increases

Highlights research coauthored by Gordon Phillips which found that the expansion of access to credit can have counterintuitive impacts on intergenerational economic mobility.

Jan 25, 2024

15 Women on the Surprising Challenges of Motherhood and Entrepreneurship

Features Natalia Lumen T’14, founder and head of growth at ThyForLife Health.

Jan 24, 2024

Talk in Davos of ‘High for Longer’ as CEOs Wrestle with Rates

Quotes Jose Minaya T’00, CEO of Nuveen, in an article about business leaders and financiers preparing for “high for longer” borrowing costs in 2024.

Jan 19, 2024

They’re Advertised ‘From’ $249. But an Algorithm Has Blown Out Tickets by Thousands

Features Rob Shumsky in an article examining dynamic pricing and how it has impacted events like the Australian Open tennis tournament.

Jan 19, 2024

Microsoft-OpenAI Created the Greatest Hype Campaign I’ve Seen, Says Elevation Partners’ McNamee

Roger McNamee T’82, managing director at Elevation Partners, joins Squawk on the Street to discuss OpenAI founder Sam Altman's recent comments on AI, whether the technology is improving rapidly, and more.

Jan 18, 2024

Retailers Are Stuck in a Cycle of Constant Sales

Quotes Scott Neslin in an article about the number of retail sales.

Jan 17, 2024

In Her Own Words: Natalia Lumen Triumphs over Thyroid Cancer

Natalia Lumen T’14 authors a piece exploring how her diagnosis and treatment for thyroid cancer inspired her to found ThyForLife.

Jan 16, 2024

Nuveen CEO Says U.S. Soft Landing Seems More Likely

Jose Minaya T’00, CEO of Nuveen, joins Bloomberg at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos to discuss the economic outlook for the United States.

Jan 16, 2024

Corporate Investing in Society Starts with Children

Kinya Seto T’96, president and CEO of LIXIL Group, authors an opinion piece about why corporations should actively invest in the future of society.

Jan 16, 2024

Bloom or Bust? Why We Can No Longer Ignore Biodiversity Loss

Suni Harford T’88, president of asset management at UBS, authors a piece exploring what’s needed to reduce global biodiversity loss.

Jan 15, 2024

From Tuck to Wall Street: Meet 3 Recent Tuck MBAs in New York’s Finance Scene

A feature story about three recent Tuck MBA graduates who pursued finance careers in New York.

Jan 12, 2024

Potential Rate Cuts in 2024 Are Already Impacting Private Credit Deals

Quotes Michael Ewald T’01, global head of private credit at Bain Capital.

Jan 11, 2024

SheaMoisture Partners with Dartmouth for Entrepreneurship Fellowship Program

A feature story about the ongoing partnership between Tuck Diversity Business Programs and global personal care product brand SheaMoisture.

Jan 09, 2024

Boeing Seems to Be Focused On Profits Rather than Safety, Says Dartmouth Professor Paul Argenti

Paul Argenti joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest developments in the recent Alaska Airlines 737 Max incident.

Jan 09, 2024

How Business Can Drive Solutions to Social Problems

Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor T’88 joins the TED Business podcast to explore the immense possibility behind private-public partnerships—and his conviction that any individual can step up to create change.

Jan 08, 2024

Kimberly Francis on How We Need to Adjust to the Future of Work

A feature interview with Kimberly Francis T’08, chief growth officer at Odele Beauty.

Jan 07, 2024

Black Women Leaders Like Harvard’s Claudine Gay Face Uphill Battle and Many Landmines

Quotes Ella Bell Smith in an article about the challenges faces by Black women leaders.

Jan 03, 2024

When Opportunity Trumps Ethics in Essentials Market

Sharmistha Sikdar coauthors an article examining the ethical implications of raising prices during calamities and emergencies.

Dec 29, 2023

The Nippon Steel Deal Is Good for America

Dean Matthew Slaughter authors an opinion piece examining why direct foreign investment in America helps increase its economic competitiveness and thus makes it more secure.

Dec 28, 2023

Advice Column: Scholarship Negotiation

Features Amy Mitson, director of admissions, recruitment, and marketing, in an advice column to MBA applicants about how to manage scholarship negotiations.

Dec 26, 2023

Leveraging Engineering and Research Talent in India with Global Capability Centers

Vijay Govindarajan coauthors an article exploring how multinational corporations can leverage talent in India with global capability centers.

Dec 20, 2023

Failure Is Hard but Not as Hard as Learning from It. Here’s How.

Highlights research by Sydney Finkelstein exploring why smart executives fail in an article about how to best learn from failure.

Dec 19, 2023

Real Humans of the Dartmouth Tuck MBA Class of 2025

Clear Admit profiles five members of the class of 2025. Students highlight Tuck’s tight-knit community, rigorous curriculum, and abundant co-curricular opportunities as few of the school’s biggest draws and share what they’re most excited about for their first year.

Dec 19, 2023