Toward Equity Launch Gets Enthusiastic Reception
“Progress is not a pass for improving,” says Senior Vice President Shontay Delalue.
America Needs More Immigration to Defeat Inflation
Tuck School of Business Dean Matthew Slaughter co-authors an op-ed on the need to “expand immigration for both skilled and less skilled workers to boost the supply capacity of the U.S. economy,” which, he says, in the long-term would help cool inflation.
Beyond The Numbers: Interview With Tuck’s Career Services Director
Tuck Director of Admissions Amy Mitson and Career Services Executive Director Stephen Pidgeon, Tuck ’07, discuss a new employment report which shows the median starting base salary for the Tuck Class of 2022 rose to a record $175,000.
Poets & Quants
Looking for Stock Bargains? Consider Value Investing
Kenneth French, a professor of finance, says it’s unclear if rising interest rates benefit investors in so-called “value” stocks, which trade for a lower price than their earnings per share and other fundamentals might suggest.
The Risks of Boomerang CEOs
Sydney Finkelstein, a professor of management, is cited in an article about corporations rehiring a former CEO. Finkelstein said a risk is the business environment may have changed in the interim, making for a much tougher job the second time around.
Becker’s Hospital Review