Tag Archives: Entrepreneurship

Filling a Gap with Cornell’s New Tech MBA

In Tuesday’s post, we took a look at how the top business schools may not be preparing MBA students with the IT skills they’ll need to manage tomorrow’s companies. That won’t be the case with …

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Which B-School is Best for Starting a Business?

Recently, the business school news website Poets & Quants crunched the numbers for its first results-based ranking of the best schools for entrepreneurship, which looks at the number of successful startups a school produces and …

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Wharton Dean Says ‘Change is Good’

Like many top MBA programs, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has seen a shift in the career focus of its students. Until just a few years ago, a quarter of Wharton MBAs went to work …

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Entrepreneurial Spirit at Michigan Ross

Earlier this week, Michigan Ross School of Business  reported on the recent and rapid growth of entrepreneurship and the venture capital scene in Michigan, noting that UM Ross has played a pivotal role in this …

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Best B-Schools for Entrepreneurship

Last week, The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine announced the results of their annual survey of the top entrepreneurship programs in the nation. These are the programs that offer a broad range of courses in …

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Columbia Business School Launches Entrepreneurs Lab

The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School has announced the creation a new space designed to support student entrepreneurs across the entire campus. Known as Columbia Entrepreneurs Lab, this cooperative working space will …

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