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Buddha statue in the ruins of Wat Trapang Ngoen, in Thailand

Photograph by Andrew Watson

Buddha statue in the ruins of Wat Trapang Ngoen, in Thailand

An Increasingly Valuable Tool in the B-School Job Hunt: “LinkedIn Transforms Job Search for MBA Graduates” (U.S. News & World Report)

Latin Americans Turn to U.S. B-Schools for Entrepreneurship Tips: “Lessons That Cross Borders” (Financial Times)

B-Schools and Buddhism, an Unlikely Union: “Business Skills and Buddhist Mindfulness” (Wall Street Journal)

The MBA Super Network: “A Network to Reshape the World of Business” (The Independent)

Canadian B-Schools Have Better Luck Drawing International Students: “Playing the Visa Card” (The Economist)

Indian B-Schools Help Government Officials Become More Efficient: “B-School Help to Change Face of State Villages” (Times of India)

A New Dean for the Smeal College of Business: “Penn State Business School Hires New Leader” (Centre Daily)

Finance Professor Fights Back After Losing His Job: “Arbitrator: U. of Northern Iowa Wrongly Fired Prof” (Associated Press via Des Moines Register)

The MBA Startup Itch: “The Rise of the MBA Entrepreneur” (Reuters)

Wharton’s Branding Campaign Goes Viral: “Wharton Crowdsources Its Branding Message” (Poets and Quants)

Damast is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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