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The biggest economic myths from the debate

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The presidential debate failed to tackle key economic issues head-on, according to Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter.

Stanford will pay you to attend its business school — but only if you agree to work in the Midwest

A new fellowship at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, one of the top ranked business schools, covers tuition and fees for MBA students. But the program comes with a catch: Students must be willing to take a job in the Midwest. Students...Show More Summary

The Impact Economy, Enlightened by Data

Impact investing is becoming mainstream, inspiring classes at top business schools like Wharton and Harvard this fall. Social impact investments connect private sector investors with solutions for social challenges. Often positionedShow More Summary

Deal: MBA Bootcamp Bundle

Thinking of going back to school to earn an advanced business degree? Before you commit, test the waters with this series of seven online courses which prepare you for your the best business schools. An Awesomer Shop Pay What You Want special.

Dear Obama, How Does A 60% Increase In NYC Homelessness Constitute A Recovery?

Last week, we wrote a post entitled "Harvard Crushes The "Obama Recovery" Farce With 9 Simple Charts" in which we reviewed a report from Harvard Business School on the true health of the U.S. economy. Given the title, it's probably not...Show More Summary

How a 17-Year Old With a Paperboy Story Impressed a Harvard Business School Professor

Deep Patel, while still a teenager, provides some great business insights and principles in his first book that can help every aspiring entrepreneur improve their probability of success.

9 Things About Saving Money on Staff (That You Didn't Learn in Business School)

Forget what the textbooks tell you. Here are 9 tips guaranteed to save you money with your staff straight from one of the nation's leading business experts.

Meaningful Corporations? Business Schools Can Help Us Get There

The recent international conference of the Academy of Management posed a challenge to scholars and educators from around the world, just by choice of the Theme: Making Organizations Meaningful. Attending several of the sessions and listening...Show More Summary

Apple's Tax Bill: Why EU Should Take Its $14Bn Bite To The Core

Tax and tax havens are hot topics. But is there a double standard going when it comes to policing tax evaders?Well, Professor Arturo Bris at top-ranked IMD business school thinks so and argues that big business officials “are not acting coherently” in the clemency they seek for Apple. Nor "justly" [...]

The 7 deadly sins of private equity

One of the first things you learn in business school is that you can’t let your emotions rule your finances. Yet, in the world of private equity, I see this all the time. Decades of experience and common sense quickly disappear when professional investors are confronted with basic instincts and urges. Show More Summary

Executive Search: Finding the Needle in the Haystack: An interview with Jim Searing, HBS '79; Founder, Lochlin Partners

By Charanaya Kannan, Harvard Business School, Class of '17 & Harbus Contributing Writer "It is like looking for a needle in a haystack" describes Jim Searing with a mild chuckle, when asked to describe the executive search business.Show More Summary

Only 8 Hours Left to Become a Business Apprentice

FYI you have about 8 hours left to enroll in Ryan Eliason’s Visionary Business School, which trains and mentors you to build a lucrative, impactful, socially conscious business. If you want to learn valuable business skills from theShow More Summary

3 Reasons Why Competitive Advantage is Dead

Rita McGrath, a professor at the Columbia Business School, states how competitive advantage as we know it doesn't exist anymore. What is taking it's place?

An Interview with Henry Ellenbogen: The Man who Taught Mutual Funds how to Invest

By Lee Sun, Harvard Business School Class of '17 & Harbus Contributing Writer The allure of Silicon Valley has grown in the eyes of HBS graduates since the Financial Crisis, and it is not surprising that more and more HBS'ers are leaving school to join start-ups. Show More Summary

Something is missing from the hedge fund industry

In 2015, Mallory Downing was hustling for a hedge fund job. Like many of her peers at Columbia Business School in New York, she sent out hundreds of résumés. She met with more than 100 people in interviews or informal coffee meetings. Show More Summary

Free Recordings of Visionary Business School Webinars

Just in case you missed Ryan Eliason’s free webinar training that ran from Thursday through now, he just made the recordings available for free for a short time. The topic is how to start and run a conscious, heart-centered business....Show More Summary

7 Point Political Gridlock FIX

I, too, am dismayed at the nearly incalculable loss of American development due to political gridlock! Michael Porter, Harvard Business School Professor and Economist reports, "the political system & the political rhetoric is the problem...Show More Summary

The No. 1 trait Harvard Business School looks for in MBA candidates

Harvard Business School ranks as one of the best b-schools on the planet, which makes it highly coveted by students around the world. But since HBS admits only about 12% of applicants, it's crucial that you stand out from the crowd. Stacy...Show More Summary

Problems Unsolved And A Nation Divided: The State Of U.S. Competitiveness 2016

Michael E. Porter Jan W. Rivkin Mihir A. Desai With Manjari Raman (Harvard Business School), Problems Unsolved and a Nation Divided: The State of U.S. Competitiveness 2016: This report provides an overview of our findings on the evolution of the U.S. economy, the state of U.S. competitiveness in 2016, and...

America Is 'Failing The Test of Competitiveness,' Harvard Study Says

The American economy is a mess, and our broken political system is largely to blame, according to a Harvard Business School U.S. Competitiveness Project report released today.

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