B-School News Roundup

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From MBA to Military Marketplace: Two Vets and Harvard Business School Alums Develop E-Commerce Site for Military Community: “Building a ‘Fully-Integrated Military Marketplace’” (CNBC)

B-Schools With Smallest Elective Classes: “How B-School Class Sizes Stack Up” (Poets and Quants)

Industries Where MBAs Have an Edge: “8 Ideal Jobs for M.B.A. Grads” (U.S. News & World Report)

More Western Students Drawn to China for Their MBAs: “Reversing the Learning Tide” (China Daily)

Arts and the Corporate Sector Cohabitate at B-Schools: “More Business Schools Offering Arts, Creativity Courses” (Globe and Mail)

Canada’s B-School Professors’ Hefty Salaries: “Top-Paid University Profs Are in Business” (Toronto Star)

B-School Deans Take Lessons From the Risk Management World: “Risk Management Moves Up Priority List for Deans” (Financial Times)

Startups Battle B-Schools for Top Talent: “Would You Rather Get Into Y Combinator, 500 Startups, TechStars … or Harvard” (Forbes)

India’s B-School Students Are in Demand: “Confounding Expectations: Hiring at B-Schools and Engineering Colleges Belies Economic Slowdown” (Business Today)

A Debate on the Value of the MBA Oath: “Do We Need an MBA Oath? And Should MBAs Take It?” (The Harbus)

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