B-School News Roundup

An MBA, who needs it? Skip business school, MBA entrepreneurs say Photograph by Tomi Setala/Bloomberg

An MBA, Who Needs It?: Skip Business School, MBA Entrepreneurs Say (U.S. News & World Report)

Taking a Stand on Sustainability: On a Mission to Transform Global Leaders (Financial Tines)

Empty Seats Force Closures of Indian B-Schools: Fading Prestige of an Indian MBA (The National)

MBA Programs Ramp Up Career Offerings for Executive MBA Students: Career Services for the Executive Set (Wall Street Journal)

Five B-Schools in the Bay Area Evolve: Ask the Dean: What Will Your Program Be Offering Next? (San Francisco Business Times)

A Foray Into the Beverage Industry, With a Natural Twist: bcalm: Harvard MBA Puts Happiness In a Can (Forbes)

A New Role for University of Arizona’s Michael Mikhail: U. of Illinois at Chicago Names New Business School Dean (Chicago Sun-Times)

West Virginia University Alum Has Ambitious Goals for the School’s College of Business & Economics: SC Couple Gives $1.5 Million Donation to WVU (State Journal)

A New Addition to the MBA Curriculum: The Impact of Social Enterprise on U.K.’s Business Schools (The Guardian)

Spanish Chef Ferran Adrià Challenges MBA Students to Come Up With Winning Idea for His Culinary Think Tank: El Bulli Foundation Accepts Ideas from World’s Top Business Schools (Yahoo via Agence France-Presse)

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