B-School News Roundup

Buddha statue in the ruins of Wat Trapang Ngoen, in Thailand Photograph by Andrew Watson

An Increasingly Valuable Tool in the B-School Job Hunt: “LinkedIn Transforms Job Search for MBA Graduates” (U.S. News & World Report)

Latin Americans Turn to U.S. B-Schools for Entrepreneurship Tips: “Lessons That Cross Borders” (Financial Times)

B-Schools and Buddhism, an Unlikely Union: “Business Skills and Buddhist Mindfulness” (Wall Street Journal)

The MBA Super Network: “A Network to Reshape the World of Business” (The Independent)

Canadian B-Schools Have Better Luck Drawing International Students: “Playing the Visa Card” (The Economist)

Indian B-Schools Help Government Officials Become More Efficient: “B-School Help to Change Face of State Villages” (Times of India)

A New Dean for the Smeal College of Business: “Penn State Business School Hires New Leader” (Centre Daily)

Finance Professor Fights Back After Losing His Job: “Arbitrator: U. of Northern Iowa Wrongly Fired Prof” (Associated Press via Des Moines Register)

The MBA Startup Itch: “The Rise of the MBA Entrepreneur” (Reuters)

Wharton’s Branding Campaign Goes Viral: “Wharton Crowdsources Its Branding Message” (Poets and Quants)

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