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Why the odds are good for finding a husband/wife at business school

January 30, 2011

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We hate and love to admit it, but business school is like a weird marriage-making commune. Relationships bloom here (some in secret, at first). When we were at Kellogg, three couples that met at business school were already engaged by graduation. In the next six months, four more couples followed. It was like love dominoes. […]

Highest and lowest paid MBAs of Class of 2010

January 22, 2011

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News to us: Poets and Quants reports that a Wharton 2010 grad is getting paid $350,000 this year to work in private equity. Right now, this very Saturday night, some Wharton Quaker (yes, that’s their mascot) is drinking bottle service and living it up in New York, where this private equity firm is allegedly located. […]

MBAsocial news roundup: January 18, 2011

January 18, 2011

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Good morning MBAsocial readers – happy day after MLK Jr. day! Today’s news roundup includes torch-passing at Apple, fancy architects at Columbia Business School, and hiring prospects improve for the class of 2011. Duke MBA takes over for ailing Steve Jobs while he’s on medical leave from Apple. Lesson: get your MBA and you could […]

MBAsocial news roundup: January 17, 2011

January 17, 2011

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Drumroll please…announcing…the MBAsocial news roundup! Every day, a little bit of what the World Wide Web has to offer you on your quest to becoming a better MBA (or a better informed prospective). * BusinessWeek and MBAsocial basically give you same advice on choosing schools. Yay us for scooping BusinessWeek! [BusinessWeek] * MIT Sloan thinks […]