China’s b-schools to pay back EMBA fees

China’s elite schools hit financially by anti-corruption drive

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China’s anti-corruption move raises fears for business education
– Della Bradshaw
(clockwise from top) Li Ka-shing, Napoleon, Jack Ma, Margaret Thatcher, Bill Gates, Carlos Slim and Winston Churchill
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– Sir Andrew Likierman
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– Simon Caulkin
Alexandre Grandremy, left, and Gary Cohen
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How borrowing a car led to a successful start-up

A student idea became France’s first peer-to-peer car rental service

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A round-up of free online business and management courses

Professor of Operations and Information Management Gerad Cachon at the Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia
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Technology brings choice to MBA students

Professors at Wharton find fairer way to allocate courses

Trinity College Dubiln, 24/10/2014 Trinity Provost, Dr. Patrick Prendergast. © Patrick Bolger 2014
©Patrick Bolger

How the Irish MBA market is set to expand

Trinity College Dublin hopes a new school will give it a boost

BIZ ED Linda Livingstone Dean of The George Washington University School of Business. Credit: David Parry/ FT
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Linda Livingstone, George Washington University

From Malibu to Washington for the former dean of Pepperdine

Business schools may close or merge

Academics concerned over the effects of technology

B-schools must champion UK entrepreneurs

Business schools must overcome their ivory tower image and work closely with local business

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