B-School News Roundup

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Asian Business Schools’ Reputation on the Rise With Employers: Asian Schools Jump in Rank (New York Times)

A New Business Model for U.K. B-Schools: Keep the Cream, Willetts Tells ‘Cash Cow’ Business Schools (Times Higher Education)

Swapping the MBA for a Real-World Business Experience: Accelerators Are the New B-School (Inc.)

Vague Future Dulls Finance’s Luster for B-School Students: M.B.A.s Rethink Wall Street (Wall Street Journal)

French B-School Expands Presence in Asia With New $40 Million Building: European Business School ESSEC Opens New Campus in Singapore (Channel NewsAsia)

It’s Never Too Late to Go to B-School: Business Owners: Stop What You’re Doing and Go Back to School (Telegraph)

Former University of Washington Dean Passes Away: Robert Leventhal, CEO and UW Business Dean (Seattle Times)

INSEAD’s Dean Dipak Jain Offers New Blueprint for Indian B-Schools: Sharpening the Indian MBA (Business Today)

University of South Florida at St. Petersburg Professor Helps Foster Startup Spirit in Baghdad: A USFSP Professor Is Challenged in War-Weary Iraq to Inspire an Entrepreneurial Culture (Tampa Bay Times)

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology’s MBA Holds Growing Appeal: Students Look East to New Business Horizons (Education Post)

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