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Rankings and tools

The challenges facing the EMBA

EMBA illustration
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The rise of global courses and online learning

Regular columns

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Answers to some of your EMBA questions
– Lucy Kellaway
Security services could undermine the future of the internet economy
– Simon Caulkin
Life at the top of business and politics offers lessons in leadership
– Bernard Yeung
Ask the Expert

Ask the expert: EMBA 2013

Could an Executive MBA help you in your career? Read advice from our experts

Interviews
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From Wall Street to music company boss

Josh Gruss worked at Sony Music, Atlantic Records, Bear Stearns, the US Coast Guard and his family’s hedge fund before going to business school to pursue his true passion

Peter Henry, Professor of Economics and Finance at NYU Stern
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Meet the dean: Peter Blair Henry, NYU

Peter Blair Henry has a bold vision for NYU Stern School of Business

Features

Abraham Cherem Mizrahi
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How Miami became a business education hub

The city’s Latin American connections have made it a business education hub and drawn schools from abroad

Generic views of the Houses of Parliament
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The lure of London

Despite growing competition, the capital still tops many students’ lists

Cathy Lin of Sheshang International
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Shanghai soars as an EMBA destination

The high-rise city has seen explosive growth in business education

Marc Sangarne
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Hopes & fears: Marc Sangarné

What an EMBA and inspiring classmates taught an executive about himself and his dreams

reviews

Technology: what is your data worth?

‘Free’ online services come at a price – and we must decide if it is worth paying

Books: striking a chord

What an industrial rock singer tells business about cultivating ‘superfans’