B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
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Supplemental Reading: Business School Student Newspapers Are Rare (U.S. News & World Report)

Summer Business Courses for Liberal Arts Majors: Everyone’s Business (Inside Higher Ed)

MBA Graduates Missing Valuable Tools: B-Schools and Their Discontents (Business Standard)

An Ego Reality Check: The Ten Most Dangerous Things Business Schools Teach MBAs (Forbes)

B-Schools as Environmental Stewards: Business Schools Focusing on Corporate Sustainability Trends (AOL Energy)

Head East With Caution: Think Twice Before Taking Your MBA in Asia (City A.M.)

Shades of Grey: So Many Financial Scandals Raises the Question of Whether Ethics Classes Work (Baltimore Sun)

Helping Athletes Think Like Businessmen: MBAs for Pro Athletes (CNN)

Women Not Immune to the B-School Disease: Female MBA Students Score Low on Ethics Test (Financial Times)

Waning Interest in Indian B-Schools: MBA Loses Shine as Number of CAT Aspirants Falls to 200,000 (LiveMint)

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