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Arizona State Now Has Multiple Business Schools To Choose From

Arizona State isn’t just the top party/baseball school in the land anymore. It’s also now probably number one in the “Most Business Schools” ranking. Thunderbird will keep its name and campus but become a quasi-independent part of the Arizona State enterprise, with the majority of faculty and staff staying on…. Show More Summary

Piketty Sticks to Wealth Tax Proposal, Sees Positive Signs

In a visit to London Friday, during which he spoke at the London Business School, Thomas Piketty stuck to his wealth-tax recommendation, but also said there is some evidence it is being followed.

“Large corporations are crushing smaller ones …”

“… because of the economy of scale they have in managing such compliance issues.” [Coyote, in a letter to the dean of the Harvard Business School taking off on the Edelman case] Tweet Tags: small business “Large corporations are crushing smaller ones …” is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system Demotes Writer Who Exposed Angry Harvard Professor and His Tirade Over $4

Did the writer go too far when she had shirts made that said "Didn't go to HBS. Also didn't lose my shit over FOUR dollars"? When Ben Edelman, a Harvard Business School professor, wrote a Chinese restaurant an angry letter over a $4Show More Summary

do MBA’s actually become good managers?

Henry Mintzberg raises the hypothesis that business schools aren’t terribly good at training managers: This is one question these centers of research do not study. We made an exception. A decade after its publication in 1990, I looked at a book called Inside the Harvard Business School, by David Ewing. (The first line was “The […]

Harvard Professor Hassles Mom and Pop Over $4 Overcharge

Ran Duan, manager of the Baldwin Bar inside the Sichuan Garden, a mom and pop Chinese restaurant, recently discovered what happens when you overcharge a Harvard Business School professor by $4. Ben Edelman, an associate professor at Harvard, ordered from the local restaurant. Upon delivery, he found that the prices of items on the website...

There Was An Elaborate Hoax To Convince Wharton Students They Had To Do Community Service

Someone hacked into the University of Pennsylvania's email system to send a fake email to Wharton Business School undergraduates announcing a new community service requirement — of one hour a semester. Student blog Under The Button posted the fake email, which went out to undergrads on Monday evening. Show More Summary

Thompson: Duncan & Other Reformers Should Apologize (Like Tony Bennett)

It is hard to realize you are wrong on something important in the middle of a busy school day. But, many, many times, settling in at home, a light went on, and I realized that I owed a student an apology. Perhaps I’m naïve, but if President...Show More Summary

Dave Kusek Of The New Artist Model Looks Back On 2014 [Our Virtual Panel]

Dave Kusek is the founder of the New Artist Model online music business school and former CEO and founder of Berklee Online. Kusek is also the co-author of one of the best selling music business books The Future of Music: Manifesto for...Show More Summary

Columbia Business School Made A Viral Parody Video About Strong Women In The Workplace

Last week, a group of Columbia Business School students posted a video to YouTube in which a young woman sings – and raps – about getting ahead in the workplace by acting like a "b--ch." It's already reached 1.5 million views. The video,...Show More Summary

Behind The Scenes of The 'Bitch in Business' Video

A recent video from a Columbia Business School student group has generated tons of clicks and shares. Inc. spoke with the group's co-directors on the making of the project.

Some MBA Students May Have Just Made the Greatest Feminist Anthem of Our Time

Share this on Facebook? Making its way around the ol’ internet virality channels today is this fantastic feminist parody entitled “Bitch in Business.” Produced by the Columbia Business School Follies, the video is a parody of MeghanShow More Summary

Former MIT Business School Professor Doesn’t Want To Quibble Over Details Of His Hedge-Fund Fraud

OK, maybe just a little. It’s not that Gabriel Bitran is denying that he and his son defrauded 100 people out of $140 million by telling them he’d come up with a bunch of can’t-miss investing models that told him to invest with Bernie Madoff and Tom Petters. Show More Summary

To Wit, I Was a Total Dick

December 11, 2014 Posted by Jay Livingston Sometimes, somebody gets the apology thing right. (See this previous post on how not to apologize.Ben Edelman is the Harvard Business School professor whose e-mail exchanges about being overcharged $4 for Chinese food went viral. Show More Summary

Crazy Harvard Professor Has Threatened Restaurants Before

Over a groupon voucher. Just as leopards cannot change their spots, petulant Harvard Business School professors can't stop themselves from being unbearable and irrational. Just mere hours after professor cranky pants a.k.a Ben Edelman...Show More Summary

Chinese eatery gets love as Harvard prof apologizes for $4 food fight

Y esterday, Harvard Business School professor Benjamin Edelman's heated emails to a Chinese restaurant in the Boston area in which he complained of being overcharged and threatened to notify state authorities went viral. Today, he'sShow More Summary

Harvard Business Students Raise A Ton Of Money For Charity After Professor's Rant Goes Viral

A group of first year Harvard Business School students have raised over $5,000 for a local food bank after one of their professors gained notoriety on the internet this week for a series of tense emails with a Chinese restaurant over...Show More Summary

Feminist 'All About That Bass' Parody 'Bitch In Business' Might Be Better Than The Original

While Meghan Trainor's hit "All About That Bass" celebrates body confidence, a new feminist parody takes more of an intellectual approach to equality. Created by three Columbia Business School students, "Bitch In Business" puts a feminist...Show More Summary

BuzzFeed reporter mistaken for that Chinese-food-dispute professor guy

BuzzFeed legal editor Chris Geidner is not Harvard Business School professor Benjamin Edelman, the world’s most famous customer of Sichuan Garden in Woburn, Massachusetts. But as far as many people on social media are concerned, he’s the same guy. @chrisgeidner Mr. Show More Summary

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