Radio interview with Professor Lloyd Shefsky about his new book, Invent, Reinvent, Thrive: The Keys to Success for Any Start-Up, Entrepreneur, or Family Business.
Students coming to China mean business – 07/28/14
Article reports that more international students are going to China for executive MBA programs as China’s economy grows. Article mentions Kellogg’s partnership with Peking University's Guanghua School of Management.
The Most Expensive MBA Now Costs $181,500 – 07/28/14
Article reports that the number of EMBA programs costing $100,000 or more has risen from 22 to 40 since 2011. Article mentions Kellogg’s 17 percent price increase and quotes Assistant Dean of Admissions Kate Smith, who said, “Our price includes the cost of staying overnight on campus. If you did a true fully loaded comparison with our full-time MBA program, you would find that the difference in costs are minimal.”
Springtime for lenders – 07/25/14
Article reports on a study of corporate loans by Professor Mitchell Petersen that found that the excess interest rate that firms paid varied depending on when the debt was issued, with borrowing costs peaking in February and August.
Straight Business Students Are Crashing Gay Job Fairs – 07/21/14
Article reports that some business schools have been encouraging heterosexual students to attend career fairs for lesbian, gay and bisexual students. Article mentions that Kellogg and Columbia participate in a competition designed to build bridges between straight and LGBT students.