Running a successful business is not easy, says Tuck’s Sydney Finkelstein.
Three months after graduating, 98 percent of the class had job offers.
John Lynch, a Tuck senior fellow and former N.H. governor, takes students inside the mind of the CEO.
The visiting assistant professor at Tuck weighs in on a study about sharing extraordinary experiences.
“Unfortunately, experts are often wrong,” says the Tuck professor.
The Tuck School of Business is ranked No. 2 on the magazine’s annual list of full-time MBA programs.
Starting next fall, MBA students will be required to complete “an immersive global experience.”
The Tuck professor talks about how free-trade policies can help create more high-paying jobs.
Tuck’s Paganucci Fellows Program provides students with lessons in leadership.
The visiting assistant professor at Tuck talks about how companies “unwittingly alienate consumers.”