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Advice for Kellogg’s Aspiring Venture Capitalists

Speaking before a packed room at Kellogg School of Management recently, CEO of Equilibrium Capital Group David Chen (’84) advised aspiring venture capitalists to roll with the current economic situation and adapt to changing times …

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Is Financial Risk-Taking Genetic? Kellogg Prof Says, Yes!

Wall Street’s fallen can now legitimately cry, “My genes made me do it!”  The first study to link risk-taking in the marketplace with the genetic makeup of traders and investors appears in the latest issue …

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Kellogg Grades 2009 Super Bowl Ads, Monster.com Gets A+

With game day behind us (go Pittsburgh!), we checked back in for the results of the fifth annual Kellogg School of Management Super Bowl Advertising Review. As expected, the panel found that value messages and …

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Kellogg Tackles 5th Annual Super Bowl Advertising Review

While half of America tunes in to see whether the Steelers or the Cardinals brings home the trophy this coming Sunday, MBA students and faculty at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management will be scrutinizing …

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MBA à Deux

A fair number of folks find that romance and hook-ups are a natural by-product of B-school. But, says The Times of London, most postgraduates prefer to separate their management education from matrimony.  It’s no wonder …

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