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Top US Business Schools Are Racing to Incorporate Blockchain

Top US business schools are working to incorporate blockchain and cryptography into curriculums to meet evolving employer and student demands.

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Fintech lures MBAs away from banking and consulting

Salaries are less of a concern to those who aim to be agents of disruption, Before taking her place at the Wharton School, Neha Goel followed a conventional pre-MBA career path, working as a consultant at Deloitte, the professional services firm.

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Business School Dean Challenges Book’s Criticism of School

Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria pushed back on the conclusions of a heavily-publicized new book that criticizes the Business School’s alleged complicity in a number of societal ills, calling some of the book’s claims “overstated” in an interview Tuesday.

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Couples applying to top B-schools together for financial, visa-related convenience to fulfil MBA dreams

Business education — much like business itself — appears to have become a family pursuit for an increasing number of young Indian couples.  A private equity professional became an eleventh-hour MBA applicant last year

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Immigration and business schools: The Trump effect

UNLIKE many of America’s prominent business executives, Donald Trump gained his acumen on the streets of New York rather than in an MBA classroom (though he did attend an undergraduate programme at Wharton

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Business school: MBAs in fintech and learning from failures

The Silicon Valley mantra about "embracing" or even "celebrating" failure is overstated, in my view — failure is a clammy and awkward bedfellow. But there is some truth to the idea that you don't progress without suffering setbacks. My column this week looks at a new The Museum of Failure, in Sweden,

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Are B-schools telling you the truth when they say they ‘create’ leaders?

Business schools take ownership of transformation of students to leaders - but aren’t they taking in people who already exhibit leadership traints?

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Want to study in US? But is an American degree worth it?

Studying in the US is not just about getting an American degree stamp, it’s more about personal and professional development, tudying in the US is not just about getting an American degree stamp, it’s more about personal and professional development

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INSEAD announces record gift of €10 million from MBA alumnus

INSEAD, the business school for the world, today announced that it has received €10 million in endowed funds from an alumnus to promote academic excellence in entrepreneurship. This is a record in the school’s history, being the single largest gift received from an individual donor and an alumnus.

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Wharton Executive Education Offers New Corporate Valuation Program

Finance program offers executives an objective framework to analyze and evaluate business opportunities, The Aresty Institute of Executive Education of the Wharton School is expanding its educational offerings of corporate finance programs to address the increasingly complexeducational needs of today's global executives.

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