Business School

7 unavoidable questions to ask your partner before it's too late

You will never get to know your partner perfectly. In fact, that's one of the beautiful things about being in a relationship: Your partner is …

Marriage

Graduates of India’s second rung B-schools just can’t find good jobs

Management graduates from India’s second-rung business schools are struggling to find jobs.<p>Only 20% of students graduating from B-category management schools—those outside the top 30 list—have got job offers so far, “making this the most challenging placement season in recent years,” a recent study …

India

Soft skills training brings substantial returns on investment

Both companies and workers benefit.<p>By Dylan Walsh | December 11, 2017<p>Training employees in soft skills, such as communication, can increase employee …

MIT

India's schools must change to help industrial upgrading

An unemployment dilemma is brewing in India, but the country may have gotten onto the wrong track in creating jobs for its youth.<p>In India, more than …

News (China)

Who Were LinkedIn’s 2017 Top Voices in Marketing and Social Media?

LinkedIn Tuesday revealed its third annual Top Voices list, as well as the top global hashtags used by those who made the cut.<p>The professional …

Digital Marketing

Former Facebook Exec Tells Us What We Already Know: Social Media Is Ruining Our Lives

News<p>He won’t even let his children use the social media site<p>When was the last time you double checked the sources in a news story before sharing it, …

Former Facebook Executive Says Social Media Is Ripping Apart Society

James Vincent, writing for The Verge:<p>Another former Facebook executive has spoken out about the harm the social network is doing to civil society …

John Gruber

Vanguard looks to blockchain for index data

BOSTON (Reuters) - Vanguard Group Inc is moving to use blockchain to simplify how it updates index data underlying mutual funds, executives said on …

Stock Markets

Stocks to take a 'breather' in 2018, says Wharton's Jeremy Siegel

A bolder Federal Reserve and upcoming midterm elections spell a "breather" for the stock market in 2018, according to longtime bull Jeremy Siegel.<p>The …

Economy

Campus building hosts ‘fake’ Braille 5 months after opening

Since the opening of Connie & Kevin Chou Hall at the Haas School of Business at the start of the fall 2017 semester, visually impaired students have …

Student Journalism

Education as Social Enterprise in Africa

African Leadership Academy is a social enterprise that was founded in 2004 with the belief that ethical leadership is the key to transforming the …

Africa

The Sneaky Little Problem With "Cause Marketing" We Never Talk About

There are lots of awesome products and services that say they donate a portion of their profits to a feel-good cause. When I see that, it makes me …

Marketing

Gujarat polls: Rahul Gandhi can take a leaf from YSR's political playbook to counter Brand Modi

<b>Hyderabad:</b> When the late Dr YS Rajashekhara Reddy (YSR) decided to take up the agrarian crisis brewing in the-then combined state of Andhra Pradesh …

India

GSIB announces admission schedule

GITAM School of International Business (GSIB) has announced admissions schedule on Saturday for the next academic year. GSIB offers MBA programmes in …

MBA

Building for the Long Term: Lessons from Leonardo da Vinci

Walter Isaacson, who's written a slew of well-received books on famous figures such as Einstein and Benjamin Franklin, discusses his latest on …

Wharton School

Commentary: Blindly following best practice can make lemmings of us all

NEW YORK: If I have learnt one thing in business journalism, it is that flops and failures are rarely available for interview, while successes flock …

Eric Ries

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Mortgages

Best International Business Schools 2017 - Bloomberg Businessweek

Employer Survey (35%)<p>Job Placement Rate (10%)<p>Alumni Survey (30%)<p>Starting Salary (10%)<p>Student Survey (15%)<p>Employer Survey (35%)<p>Job Placement Rate (10%)<p>…

MBA

Former Facebook Exec: 'You Don’t Realize It But You Are Being Programmed'

This is the year everyone—including founding executives—began publicly questioning the impact of social media on our lives.<p>Last month, Facebook’s …

President Trump Brags He Was a Top Student at Wharton. Here's What It Said About His Tax Bill

President Trump likes to brag that he graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, so its take on his tax reform bill might …

U.S. Politics

A Harvard Business School grad is disrupting the $2 billion hand sanitizer market with this uniquely designed 2-in-1 device

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p><b>OLIKA's Birdie is a bird-shaped hand sanitizer that contains a spray and textured dry wipes in its base.</b>• <b><br>It fits in the palm of your hand,</b> …

Harvard Business School

MBA Careers: 6 Networking Tips For MBA Students

<i>Arnab Pandey graduated with an MBA from the University of Tampa’s John H. Sykes College of Business in 2016. He now works as a financial analyst for</i> …

MBA

Why Education Still Matters In The Age Of Zuckerberg, Gates, Mackey, Etc.

While Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, John Mackey and Oprah Winfrey are justifiably renowned for their business accomplishments, they’re nearly as famous for something they <i>didn’t</i> do – graduate from college. Their billionaire drop-out stories are retold so often, however, that it’s easy to forget how …

MBA

Treasury Defends Tax Plan Cost With One-Page Analysis

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department released a one-page analysis of the nearly 500-page Senate tax bill on Monday that suggested the $1.5 trillion plan would more than pay for itself, assuming the economy grows much faster than any independent analysis of the bill has projected.<p>The Treasury …

Economics

What Harvard Is Doing to Help Educate NBA Players for Life After Basketball

10 current and former NBA players are participating in a program to help them prepare for retirement.<p>There are many stories that discuss the data about how professional athletes, including NBA players, quickly go broke soon after retirement. Much less talked about are efforts taken to combat the …

MBA

How to draw on the power of storytelling to benefit your small business

Storytelling matters when it comes to business and determining how to tell your story will play a large role in how your business is more widely …

Storytelling

Michael D. Johnson will become the university's 25th president on July 1. He's currently provost and a professor of marketing at Babson College in Massachusetts.

John Carroll University has named a new president: Michael D. Johnson.<p>According to a news release, the appointment of the university's 25th president …

Cleveland

Additive manufacturing, explained

How it works, its biggest advantages, and which industries it could disrupt.<p>By Rebecca Linke | December 7, 2017<p>Additive manufacturing makes it …

Manufacturing

Deloitte calls economic turnaround

Accountants<p>1st<p>655<p>2nd<p>547<p>3rd<p>510<p>4th<p>473<p>5th<p>272<p>97 accountants ranked by number of accountants (including partners) in WA<p>Full-time in-house consultants<p>2nd<p>NFP<p>…

MBA

Marcelo Lopez - CEO and CO-Founder of UruIT

Crazy ideas are scary, but you should try them anyway! Because everything that seems impossible can become true if you give them time and dedication.”<p>…

Entrepreneurship