B-School News Roundup

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Designers Reach out to MBAs to Perfect Their Pitch: Pairing Fashion Sense With Business Sense (Wall Street Journal)

B-Schools Rebuild Executive Education Portfolio as Market Shifts: Pieces of the Action (Financial Times)

MBA Programs With a True International Flair: 10 Business Schools With the Most International Students (U.S. News & World Report)

Harvard B-School Dean’s Long-Term Vision: Nitin Nohria: Good Versus Bad, Rethinking Business Leadership (Forbes India)

An MBA Network With a Global Vision: B-Schools Create Alliance to Prosper in a Global Market (Globe & Mail)

MBA Grad Pursues the Entrepreneurial Road Not Taken: Modify Watch’s Low-Tech Business Takeaways From High-Tech Startups (Fast Company)

Harvard Business School’s Mormon Alums: If Harvard Business School Were a Religion, It Could Be Mormonism (Washington Post)

The Summer Internship, a Rite of Passage: Internships: School’s Out for Summer (The Economist)

Student Fees Scandal: CSU Long Beach Spends Student MBA Fees on Professor Pay (California Watch)

Business Students Look for Ways to Speed up the Bus: MBA Students Compete to Improve Metro (Washington Examiner)

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