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Survey: GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Scores Unimportant to Many Business Schools

Students applying to graduate business programs may not need to worry much about their scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test's Integrated Reasoning section.

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Can one learn how to lead?
Can You Learn How to Lead?

Many individuals turn to Master of Business Administration programs to develop their leadership skills, but do they have to be born natural leaders?

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Business professor analyzes music for clues to success.
Business Professor Analyzes Music for Clues to Success

Business school isn't just for learning management and accounting skills, one professor from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business analyzed some of the most popular music of the past 55 years to see what works best.

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Paul Smith
Paul Smith's College Prepares Students for Business of Brewing

A small liberal arts college in New York recently announced that it would offer classes in a subject that may be a preoccupation of some college students, but isn't typically a course of study - beer.

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GMAC Survey: MBA Applications on the Rise

Applications to two-year, full-time Master of Business Administration degree programs are on the rise, according to the 2014 edition of the Graduate Management Admission Council's Application Trends Survey.
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Tuesday, Sep 30 2014 12:00 PM

Syracuse University Looks to Hogwarts for Student Motivation

Syracuse University's Whitman School of Management has instituted a new program this semester that combines mobile technology and Harry Potter to create academic competition among students.
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Wednesday, Sep 24 2014 11:00 AM

Joan Rivers Blazed a Trail for Women in Comedy

It takes courage for anyone to get on stage and try to make a room full of strangers laugh, but some have the deck stacked against them more than others. When Joan Rivers started her stand-up comedy career, she butted up against what a review from The New York Times referred to as "the handicap of a woman comic."
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Wednesday, Sep 10 2014 11:00 AM

The Startup Surge: Business Students Dream Big

As new creative investment opportunities crop up and the Internet makes it easier than ever to gain exposure for a venture, an increasing number of business students are launching startups fresh out of college - or even before graduating.
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Friday, Aug 29 2014 09:00 AM

Lessons from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Awesome Mix Vol.1

Marvel Studios run at the box office - including the success of "Guardians of the Galaxy" - is worth the attention of business students looking to see how to attain success.
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Wednesday, Aug 06 2014 05:00 PM

How Lebron James’ Decision Reflects What Millennials Want in the Workplace

Lebron James could have played in the big media markets, but instead he choose to go home to Northeast Ohio. Why? Because it made him happy. That's a not-uncommon approach for Millennials.
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Friday, Jul 18 2014 01:00 PM