B-School News Roundup

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A Debate on Teaching Entrepreneurship: Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught? (Wall Street Journal)

A Sneak Peek at the Future of the Sports Business at MIT Sloan: In Relentless Jocks-Nerds War, Hope for Peace Through Analytics (Fast Company)

What Not to Do When Applying to B-School: Avoid 7 Deadly Sins of Business School Applicants (U.S. News & World Report)

MBA Strike-Breakers: John Molson School of Business Students Opt Out of Strike (Montreal Gazette)

Teaching Business Through a Different Lens: Business and Liberal-Arts Professors Discuss How to Improve the Business Major (Chronicle of Higher Education)

Harvard B-School Alums Respond to Controversial Op-Ed about Goldman Sachs: HBS Students Respond to Goldman Bashing (Harbus)

Changes on the Horizon for Full-Time MBA Programs: Downturn Forces Area Business Schools to Adapt (Washington Post)

Yale School of Management’s Growth Spurt: Class Size to Rise at New SOM Campus (Yale Daily News)

Retired B-School Professor Turns Sights to West Africa: Former Business School Professor Spearheads Charity (London Free Press)

Tips on Paying for B-School: How Uncle Sam Can Help Pay for Your MBA and Your Kid’s College Education (Forbes)

One Business Student’s Unconventional Career Path: Charity Begins With an EMBA (Financial Times)

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