B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
European B-schools lose their luster, an Indian MBA program takes a top ranking, and Harvard MBAs flash a stock market sell signal (Photograph by Scott Eells/Bloomberg)
Photograph by Scott Eells/Bloomberg

A Sneak Peek Inside the Admissions Process: What Business Schools Want (Wall Street Journal)

New Buildings Give B-Schools an Edge: Colleges Build to Compete in Business School ‘Arms Race’ (Kansas City Star)

European B-Schools Lose Their Luster: No Longer the Place to Be (Economist)

Arts Managers Seek to Boost Business Skills : Enter Stage Right, Armed With an MBA (Financial Times)

Career Paths of Harvard MBAs Predict Trouble for the Stock Market: Wall Street Is Attracting a Dangerously High Portion of Harvard MBAs (Business Insider)

Ohio State B-School Administrator Tapped for Deanship at University of Tennessee: UT Names New Dean of Business College (Knoxville News Sentinel)

A Joint Degree Worth Considering: Five Benefits of a Dual JD/MBA (U.S. News & World Report)

Classic Case Studies: 15 Lessons Everyone Learns at Business School (Business Insider)

Columbia Business School Alums’ Dating Website Takes Off at Colleges: Surfing for Romance on Campus (Chicago Tribune)

Leading Indian B-School Reclaims Top Spot in Ranking: IIM-A Is Once Again India’s Best Business School (Business Today)

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