In the Media

Lydia Kuo of Nicorette & Nicoderm

Lydia Kuo T'10 discusses her career and offers advice in a feature interview.

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Dartmouth Reappoints Dean Slaughter for Another Term

A feature story about Dean Matthew J. Slaughter's reappointment as Dean of the Tuck School.

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Trump Turns Trade Talks into Spectator Sport

Quotes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an article about the political ramifications of the Trump administration’s public approach to trade negotiations.

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Productivity Is the Basis for Faster Growth

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter discusses how Tuck differentiates itself in the MBA landscape, challenges facing the global economy, and more in a wide-ranging interview.

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How China Deals with Economic Shocks

Highlights research by Davin Chor exploring how economic shocks influence political outcomes in authoritarian regimes.

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Was Jack Welch Really That Good?

Quotes Paul Argenti in an article about former General Electric CEO Jack Welch.

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Jabil’s Manufacturing Leap

Richard D'Aveni writes how Jabil is combining supply chain expertise with 3-D printers to point the way to the digital future.

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The Triple Crown: Why Three CEOs Is 200-Year-Old...

Quotes Steven Voigt T’86, former CEO of King Arthur Flour, in a feature article about the company’s innovative approach to leadership.

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From Instability at Home to Study Overseas

A feature story about a study abroad program for disadvantaged college students spearheaded by Carol Reyes T’21.

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Tuck Speaker Series about Economic Inequality

A story highlighting the Center for Business, Government & Society’s Inequality Speaker Series.

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Dartmouth Tuck 2019-2020 MBA Application Deadlines

Highlights Tuck’s 2019-2020 application deadlines, along with updates to the application.

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A Brief History of How Your Privacy Was...

Roger McNamee T’82, managing director of Elevation Partners, opines on how large technology companies have leveraged user data for profit.

View at The New York Times