Less Ivy Among Big-Company MBAs

Among the other surprises in a Wharton study: Employers want immediate skills, and many grads who'll run a company won't start there

A recent study by a professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School found that the number of executives at Fortune 100 companies holding Ivy League MBAs is on the decline.

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