B-School News Roundup

A missing poster for Nathan Bihlmaier in Portland, ME Photograph by Robert F. Bukaty/AP Photo

The Technology Renaissance Hits B-Schools: From Banking to Gaming, the Changing Face of MBA Jobs (Financial Times)

Entrepreneur With MBA Tries to Win the Bachelorette’s Heart: Berkeley Alum Featured as Contestant on ‘The Bachelorette’ (The Daily Californian)

Search for Missing MBA Comes to Tragic End: Body of Harvard Business School Student Found in Portland Harbor (The Harvard Crimson)

A Chat With Hongbin Cai, Dean of One of China’s Leading B-Schools: Meet the Harvard Business School of China (CNN Money)

B-School Next Stop for Ambitious Entrepreneur: Mind Behind GrubHub’s New OrderHub Service Talks of Innovation and Next Steps (Crain’s Chicago Business)

A New Generation of B-Schoolers Follows in Willy Loman’s Footsteps: At Some Business Schools, the Salesman’s Not Dead (U.S. News & World Report)

B-Schools Draw Social Scientists to Their Doorsteps: Top Business Schools Look to Social Scientists to Enhance Research (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

Six-Figure Job, But Still Struggling With Debt: Cost of MBA Teaches Tough Financial Lesson (Chicago Tribune)

Home Sweet Home Holds Increasing Appeal for Aspiring MBAs in China, India: Business Schools: Looking Local for a Global Reach (New York Times)

Big Changes to HBS Admission Essays: Could You Get Into Harvard Business School? (Wall Street Journal)

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