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The University of Chicago takes top spot as American schools are back in the ascendancy in our ranking of full-time MBA programmes More » 
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An alumnus has donated $50m to Yale School of Management to help it construct a new campus. Norman Foster, a renowned British architect, will design the facility, which will be called Edward P. Evans Hall, after its benefactor.
 
 
Peter Tufano has been named as the new dean at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School. The 53-year-old Harvard professor will succeed Colin Mayer, the current dean, in July next year. 
 
MBA students at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School are to receive free executive education classes throughout their careers, the school has revealed. Wharton plans to offer its alumni tuition-free access to an executive programme every seven years of their working life. The announcement came as the school’s faculty approved a new MBA curriculum which will allow its 1,600 students more scope to customise their programmes. It will also mean more emphasis in areas such as leadership through self-analysis and ethical and legal responsibility in business. 
 
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The funny thing is: our bosses generally don't have MBAs from top schools; actually, some have no MBA. However, to raise its profile in the eyes of investors it is insisting on recruiting from only top MBA schools in the past few years. More »ssyyA pecking order for MBAs
Nothing like hiding in plain sight. Transparency/truthfulness/basic bloody honesty do bring rewards to companies that practice it over a longer term. Unfortunately equity markets are dominated by short termism. More »Another Innocen…Academic view: The myth of corporate transparency