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    Simple Economics: The US War on Drugs

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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    Julie farms for a living to support her family of five in the Putumayo region of Colombia. She used to grow grapefruits, but the costs of transporting the grapefruits across ruined roads to distant towns made it unreasonable for her

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    Tray Bien

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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    At first glance there seems to be very little in common between snowy Hanover and the unassailably-temperate Silicon Valley. However, setting aside glaring climatic and geographical differences, the iconic entrepreneurial spirits and boundless ambitions that have come to define the

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    Spotlight on Ellen Kullman, DuPont CEO

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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    “There’s nothing like a new product, a new innovation that allows you to go out and talk to that customer”, says Ellen Kullman in an interview. Ellen Kullman, of all people, knows what she is talking about. As the CEO

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    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

    Corner Office: An Interview with Macy’s CFO Karen Hoguet

    This interview was with Karen Hoguet, the chief financial officer of Macy’s since 1997, and joined the company in 1982 as a senior planning consultant. Since then, Hoguet has served in Continue reading…

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    Is the Housing Bubble Back?

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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    In the early 2000s, housing prices took off as subprime loans made capital accessible to nearly anyone and increased demand throughout the market. In 2008, that bubble burst. Securities backed by real estate properties were rendered worthless thereby setting off

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    Improving Worker Conditions with a Penny a Pound

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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    Most of us know that tomatoes come from vines, but few are actually aware of the story fro behind the juicy red fruit that we often find at our dinner table. In fact, most people can only trace their tomato’s

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    Administrative Bloat: What is your tuition money paying for?

    Monday, August 18, 2014

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    Every Dartmouth student knows that his or her college education is expensive. Families make sacrifices to pay tuition: students and parents take on debt, alumni are constantly solicited for donations, and tax-exempt money flows to colleges rather than to other

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    The Erosion of Business Freedom

    Monday, August 18, 2014

    “Discrimination is wrong.”

    Taken at face value in today’s American society, there is barely anyone who would disagree. The mere appearance of discrimination is enough to prompt closer scrutiny. We are a nation committed to equality between genders, religions, sexual Continue reading…

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    Tesla: Developing a Culture for the Future

    Saturday, June 28, 2014

    Few would disagree that Tesla, which has generated a buzz throughout the entire United States business community, holds a bright future. Tesla Motors, founded in 2003, designs, develops, manufactures and sells electric vehicles and parts. The Palo Alto-based firm is Continue reading…

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    Go Long Gorman: An Intern’s Meeting with the CEO

    Monday, March 31, 2014

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    All over the Street, in every investment bank, on every trading floor, hysteria reigns. Phones are ringing, clients are calling, screens are blinking, and traders are yelling. “We appear high!” is a phrase I’ve gotten used to hearing most mornings.

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Aug
19

Simple Economics: The US War on Drugs

Continue reading…

Julie farms for a living to support her family of five in the Putumayo region of Colombia. She used to grow grapefruits, but the costs of transporting the grapefruits across ruined roads to distant towns made it unreasonable for her

traybien
Aug
19

Tray Bien

Continue reading…

At first glance there seems to be very little in common between snowy Hanover and the unassailably-temperate Silicon Valley. However, setting aside glaring climatic and geographical differences, the iconic entrepreneurial spirits and boundless ambitions that have come to define the

Dupont
Aug
19

Spotlight on Ellen Kullman, DuPont CEO

Continue reading…

“There’s nothing like a new product, a new innovation that allows you to go out and talk to that customer”, says Ellen Kullman in an interview. Ellen Kullman, of all people, knows what she is talking about. As the CEO

Macy's
Aug
19

Corner Office: An Interview with Macy’s CFO Karen Hoguet

This interview was with Karen Hoguet, the chief financial officer of Macy’s since 1997, and joined the company in 1982 as a senior planning consultant. Since then, Hoguet has served in Continue reading…