Category Archives: Dartmouth

Case Competition in Mexico City

Guest post by Matthew Grady T’13 Thursday, March 8, 2012. Having endured the manual replacement of an essential cabin-pressure valve on my Delta jet (and the accompanying 90-minute flight delay), I now find myself hurtling rapidly toward Mexico City some … Continue reading

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The Middle East a Year Later: Business as Usual?

International Arena Speaker Series — The Middle East a Year Later: Business as Usual? So, what’s changed in the Middle East and what hasn’t? What’s the outlook for businesses? Join us! When: Monday, Feb. 13, 2012, noon (those attending are … Continue reading

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Africa Highlight Week at Tuck

The CIB is always excited when students join together and propose an event that is relevant and compelling. In the spring of 2011, a group of Tuck students interested in Africa made their case for some programming featuring this dynamic … Continue reading

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An “Aha” Moment during the Euro Crisis Talk – Courtesy of European Tuckies

A few days ago the Tuck community had the privilege of hearing from two respected economists about the Euro crisis. Senior Associate Dean Bob Hansen and Associate Dean Matt Slaughter (both Americans) provided some great insights on the topic, approaching … Continue reading

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Tuck’s new European Advisory Board

On Monday, in a message to the Tuck community, Dean Paul Danos announced the new European Advisory Board. In part, his message stated: “… With the inaugural meeting planned for this November in Zurich, this new board will help Tuck … Continue reading

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