In the Media

Investors Catch Can’t-Lose Fever Just in Time...

Cites data compiled by Kenneth French which found that shares of the most expensive and least profitable U.S. companies, weighted by their market value, outpaced the cheapest and most profitable companies in the last 10 years.

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Don’t Wait, Innovate

“Creativity is about coming up with the big idea,” Vijay Govindarajan says. “Innovation is about executing the idea—converting the idea into a successful business.”

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‘The Biggest Job Anyone Can Embark on’ by...

An interview with Alison Elworthy T’11, SVP of customer success at HubSpot, about being a working parent.

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University of Pittsburgh Market Research Proves We Can...

A feature story about research from Lauren Grewal exploring why consumers are less likely to choose unattractive produce.

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Chimerix Taps Former Endocyte Executive as New CEO

A feature story about Michael Sherman T’92, who was recently named the CEO of Chimerix, a biopharmaceutical company.

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A Better Way for Corporations to Buy Green...

Features Lee Taylor T’12, CEO of REsurety, a risk management and information services company founded by Taylor as the outgrowth of his First-Year Project.

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A Drive for Diversification

Mentions Diverse Business Programs from Tuck Executive Education in an article about automakers' efforts to help suppliers owned by minorities and women overcome obstacles.

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Top Tech Companies Say They Have No Problem...

Highlights research by Sydney Finkelstein, which finds that the best managers become successful by creating industry-wide networks of people who have worked for them.

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‘The Cleaner’: Conde Nast’s New Level-Headed Leader...

A feature story about Roger Lynch T’95, who was recently named the CEO of Condé Nast.

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Compare MBA Degrees in Health Care Management

Highlights Tuck in an article listing universities offering health care management degrees, or concentrations in health care.

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Has the Yield Curve Predicted the Next U...

“The mistake is to think it is a predictor of recessions,” Tuck’s Peter Fisher says of the yield curve. “I think it causes recessions.”

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Condé Nast Names Former Pandora Boss as New...

Highlights Roger Lynch T’95, who was named the first global CEO of Condé Nast, publisher of numerous magazines and websites including Vogue, Vanity Fair, and the New Yorker.

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