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Want to learn the restaurant biz from a Food Network chef? Now there's a school for that

T he Culinary Institute of America is launching a school in the Bay Area that's solely focused on the business of food. The Food Business School, which will be housed at the institute's St. Helena campus, is opening registration today...Show More Summary

These are the 30 most prestigious MBAs at Europe's elite business schools in 2015

Europe has some of the best business schools in the world. But only one can come out on top of any ranking. In this list, we're looking at the schools which provide the best Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees. QS's Top MBA service compiles the rankings, and the latest are for 2014-15. Show More Summary

These are the 19 best-value MBAs from Europe's elite business schools

Europe has some of the best business schools in the world, and the graduates getting MBAs often see their salaries explode in the years afterwards. But which are the most financially worthwhile for the students actually going? How quickly...Show More Summary

Is the 1 Percent That Different From the Rest of Us? 

Last year, Harvard Business School asked 55,000 people what they thought CEOs were earning compared to blue-collar workers. The median American guessed 30-to-1, a far cry from the actual estimate of 354-to-1. Myles Little, an associate photo editor at Time, sees a lot of photography related to wealth inequality. Show More Summary

The Quiet Revolution in Teaching Business

If you ask most people what goes on in business schools, they would probably assume that a bunch of pointy heads tell other pointy heads how to read spreadsheets. Push a bit further, and you might get some stories about foreign students,...Show More Summary

REVEALED: Donald Trump’s ‘heroic’ struggles as a college POW at Wharton

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Funny or Die made the case on Tuesday that Donald Trump really is an American hero, with a video detailing his record as a POW — a Prisoner of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School, that is. “Instead of being free to fight for his nation, Trump was forced to...

Harvard Business School Report Promotes Oudated Energy Vision

There has been so much good news about business embracing renewable energy that I almost didn't give it a second thought when a Harvard Business School report called "America's Unconventional Energy Opportunity" landed on my desk. Subtitled...Show More Summary

If You Bring Reusable Bags To The Grocery Store, You Might Buy More Junk Food

Bringing your own bags to the supermarket? According to a new study, that's probably not as good for your diet as it is for the environment.  The study, which was conducted by researchers from Harvard Business School and Duke University's...Show More Summary

Here's why Harvard Business School is lightyears ahead of the tech industry when it comes to gender equality

When I announced I was going to Harvard Business School last Spring, one of the common reactions was, “wow, the old boy’s club?” or “so.. you’re trying to find a place more sexist than tech?” I think this was particularly prevalent because of an article that came out at the time. Show More Summary

A New Study Says Grocery Shoppers Buy More Junk Food If They Bring Their Own Bags

Just a normal day at the store. People who grocery shop with their own reusable bags are doing the environment a solid, but, oddly, maybe not their waistlines. Researchers at Duke and Harvard business schools studied 2 million tripsShow More Summary

"I'm So Happy to Help Women" - Three Rwandan Survivors Investing in a Brighter Future

Earlier this year, Mariemae Stationary and Mariemae Business School founder Jillian Ryan partnered with No. 41, a Rwanda-based social enterprise, to offer business training to the organization. No. 41 employs 21 women from the Noel Orphanage and the surrounding area in the small village of Gisenyi. Show More Summary

Accelerators Are The New Business School

It’s no secret that most startups fail. What’s a bit less obvious is that most startup accelerators also fail. While a few top-tier programs get the cream of the crop unicorns of the future, the hundreds of others struggle to attract teams that will produce the investment-grade companies on which their models so depend. Read More

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns on the important subject you won't learn in business school

In today's rapidly evolving world, business leaders spend most of their time looking forward. But they shouldn't forget to look back. That's according to Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, who has directed "The Roosevelts"...Show More Summary

'Technological Intuition' -- The Must-have Skill of the Digital Era

By Märtha Rehnberg, Master student at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and member of the Leaders of Tomorrow community When a technology pops up, a window of opportunity opens to transform our world, to address the truly big issues of our time be it environmental degradation, social inequality or global health. Show More Summary

How to stop the slide before Greece becomes a failed state

By Elias Papaioannou, Richard Portes and Lucrezia Reichlin; economics faculty at London Business School The “No” has prevailed. But given the campaign and the ambiguous messages on both sides of the struggle over whether and how Greece should repay its debts, the results cannot be read as a no to Europe. Europe [...]

Olympic Figure Skater Sasha Cohen Is Engaged And Showing Off Her Gorgeous Bling!

An Olympic medal isn't the only bling Sasha Cohen is sporting these days! On Monday evening, the pro figure skater announced her engagement to Tom May, a graduate of Harvard's prestigious business school. The two originally met at a Harvard party last year and went on their first date in October. [ Related: Gymnast Nastia Is Engaged! [...]

Why top business schools like MIT and Stanford are using 3D avatars for online students

One of the classic laments of online learning is the lack of human interaction. Sure, you can attend class in your underwear, but you never get the connection of meeting your professors and classmates face-to-face. This can feel especially detrimental in programs that are built on networking, like business school. Show More Summary

B-Schools Get a Feel for Virtual Reality

Executive education at some top business schools is going virtual. Schools with far-flung students are turning to avatar-based technology to provide an immersive level of connectivity that goes beyond that of the traditional online forum.

The Real Question for the Greeks: What Will Happen the Day After the Referendum?

Today is Monday the 29th of July. I am writing this from London, the city where I have built my career and life upon graduating from business school. I am Greek and I am one of the thousands who has taken this opportunity to study and live abroad, as a European citizen. Show More Summary

When times are tough, parents favor daughters over sons

In tough economic times, parents financially favor daughters over sons, according to researchers at the Carlson School of Management and Rutgers Business School. Their study, forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Research, found participants preferred to enroll a daughter rather than a son in beneficial programs, preferred to give a U.S. Show More Summary

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