In the Media

Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2019

Highlights three T’19s—Sophia Cornew, Kayla Demers, and Marcus Morgan—in Poets & Quants’ annual list of the Best & Brightest MBA students from the class of 2019.

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Immigrants for the Heartland

“The U.S. does not welcome enough high-talent immigrants, and America’s struggling communities especially need them,” writes Dean Matthew J. Slaughter in an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal.

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Can Memorable Brand Characters Be Built Without Using...

Highlights insights from Kevin Lane Keller on the benefits of employing brand characters in an article about Wholly Guacamole’s new approach to its marketing strategy.

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Snap Taps McDonald’s Marketing Exec Kenny Mitchell...

A feature story about Kenny Mitchell T’04, who was named the first chief marketing officer for Snap, Inc.

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Check out This Healthy Food Vending Machine Coming...

A feature story about 6AM Health, a healthy meal delivery service founded by Brad Callow T’13.

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Wanted: New Bank of England Boss

Highlights Sapphire Partners, founded Kate Grussing T’91, a search firm that was chosen to recruit a new governor for the Bank of England.

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Austin FC Launches 4ATX Foundation with $1 Million from...

Features Anthony Precourt T’98, chairman and CEO of Austin FC, in an article about the soccer club’s new philanthropic arm, 4ATX.

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Are Local Politics as Polarized as National? Depends...

A feature story about a new study from Dean Matthew J. Slaughter and coauthors Amalie Jensen, William Marble, and Kenneth Scheve exploring the pervasiveness of partisan sorting and polarization in local politics.

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The Powers That Will Be

Highlights Kiran Smith T’00, CEO of Arnold Worldwide, as one of the top up-and-coming leaders in Boston.

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What Agencies Can Learn from This Ultra Successful...

A feature story about an experiential marketing project from ad agency Manifold and High West Distillery, founded by David Perkins T’90.

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Differential Voting Rights: A High-Stakes Game

“In sum, dual-class shares in Indian e-commerce startups would not be acceptable to a formidable partner like Walmart,” says Vijay Govindarajan.

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These 15 New Books Will Help You Live a...

Highlights Zucked by Roger McNamee T’82 as one of the top books of 2019.

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