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Elite US business schools are losing their appeal, and ‘a disruptive American political environment’ could be to blame
While demand for business school programs is stable across the globe, U.S. business schools reported a dramatic drop in applications last year, according to new findings.
In a new report, Wall Street Oasis showcased which undergraduate institutions are most attractive to bulge bracket investment banking firms like JPMorgan, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America.
A new study on the side effects of wind energy is almost begging to be misused by climate change deniers
Using wind power to generate the electricity the US needs could cause a surprising amount of local warming in the regions of the wind turbines. But they would still help the world stop pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which would help fight climate change and global warming.
According to a statement emailed to students, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, indicated he can't commit to teaching the Harvard course for the 2019 school year. The class was canceled as a result.
Malia Obama made her music video debut for the New Dakotas' song "Walking on Air." In the clip, Obama lip synced, danced, and played the harmonica — until she was seemingly cut out.
The dean of Harvard Business School explains why you should — or shouldn’t — choose HBS over any other MBA program
Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria said the school is a fit for students who want to develop their general leadership and management skills — not those who want to specialize in a particular field.
A Harvard-backed drug company is trying to develop medicine to treat and prevent aging-related diseases
A Peter Diamandis-backed company is looking to use a molecule found in blood to treat age-related diseases like heart disease and muscular dysfunction. So far it has raised $5.5 Million in seed funding.
When the dean of Harvard Business School meets someone who wants to go to HBS, he asks them a simple question
Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria says he looks for candidates who have displayed leadership potential — even more than candidates who have stellar grades.
The Wall Street Journal collected data from 445 prominent universities and where alums live after graduation. Business Insider looked at where Ivy League graduates move to after earning their degrees and for the most part, they all moved to the same place.
The dean of Harvard Business School isn’t impressed by flashy, high-paying first jobs after graduation — to see who’s successful, he...
Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria said landing a high-paying job right out of business school isn't the ultimate sign of success. Instead, it's whether you're doing something rewarding 10 years after graduation.