Reinventing business school illustration
©Stuart Briers

Variety is the spice of classroom life

Schools face challenges as they seek diverse group of students


Della Bradshaw ©Ed Robinson
Are world leaders really qualified to run a country?
– Della Bradshaw
Miles Davis at Ronnie Scott’s in London, 1969 ©Redferns
Taking inspriation from a musical adventurer
– Frank Vidal
Technology is changing our relationship with work
– Simon Caulkin
AdhereTech team in New York city. From Left to right: Andres Contreras, Dan Gusz, Josh Stein, Mike Morena, John Langhauser
©Pascal Perich

Smart pill bottle averts medical mishaps

Wharton MBA’s product reminds patients to take their medication

Maury Peiperl

Maury Peiperl, Cranfield

Aim is to build strong team, flexible culture and global links

Rakefet Russak-Aminoach

Women in Business — Rakefet Russak-Aminoach

Israeli executive proud to lead a bank with a diverse workforce

FT Lexicon

Term of the day: ‘propietary trading’

When a financial institution trades on its own account rather than on behalf of a customer

Student Halla Koppel pictured at the Said Business School, Oxford.
©Neville Williams

Student takes motherhood in her stride

Former TV host includes her baby in school routine at Oxford Saïd

Queen’s to receive Can$50m

Canadian school renamed Queen’s Smith with Stephen Smith pledge


Whitman launches student-run start-up

Venture focuses on teaching experience rather than profit


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