B-School News Roundup

Students gather on the campus of the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore, India. Photograph by Namas Bhojani/Bloomberg

A New Spin on Rankings: A Better Way to Rank Business Schools? (Forbes)

The End of the B-School Boom: India’s Business Schools Get Tough Lesson in Supply and Demand (Reuters)

A Work in Progress: Ethics Courses Fall Short in Business Schools (Chicago Daily Herald)

An Ambitious New Space in the Heart of Downtown Toronto: Rotman B-School Expansion Towers Over Street (Globe and Mail)

Questions for the Educated B-School Consumer: An MBA Primer (Toronto Star)

International Students Wary About Heading to the U.K.: British Schools Very Much Open for Business! (Financial)

The Alternative Path to the C-Suite: MBA Not Required (Wall Street Journal)

Speeding Out of Debt: A Business School Graduate Paid Off $90k in Student Loans in Less Than a Year. Was it Smart? (Associated Press via Washington Post)

A Tribute to the Former Reagan White House Commerce Secretary: CT’s Post U. Renames Biz School for Malcolm Baldrige (Hartford Business Journal)

With New Business Building Comes Lofty Goals: Building a Bigger, Better McCombs (Austin Business Journal, subscription required)

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