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Financial Crisis Creates Fresh Case Studies

The upheaval on Wall Street is sending people back to B-school in droves, but according to Benjamin Pimentel’s recent piece in MarketWatch, professors see a silver lining to this financial crisis: case studies are already …

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Tuesday Tips – Stanford GSB Essays

Overall, as the Stanford GSB states on their website, adcom reads “the essays to get to know you as a person and to learn about the ideas and interests that motivate you.” As in all …

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MBA Ideas at Work

Columbia’s Professor Nachum Sicherman noticed that dancers often gather outside to smoke after performances. As he put it: “the contradiction of seeing a person smoke who you would assume puts a high premium on staying …

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MBA goes green…

Low-impact, zero effluent, fully sustainable. What used to be a fringe obsession has become firmly entrenched in the mainstream, to wit, environmental awareness. At this point, it is hard to imagine folks who haven’t at …

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U.S. News & World Report Rankings 2009

U.S. News & World Report recently released its best business schools 2009 rankings. No big surprise – HBS, Stanford GSB, Wharton, MIT Sloan, University of Chicago, and Kellogg topped the charts. As compared with last …

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GMAT or GRE?

This month’s QS Top MBA newsletter takes a look at a dilemma soon to be at the forefront at many business schools: GMAT or GRE, which test is best? For the fall 2007 class, both …

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