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The Kelley School of Business at the University of Indiana has installed cameras in some its classrooms to monitor cheating in tests

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The Kelley School of Business at the University of Indiana has installed cameras in some its classrooms to monitor cheating in tests

Meredith McPherron, an Entrepreneurial Force to Be Reckoned With: To Harvard’s New Director of the Arthur Rock Center: ‘There’s a Culture of Excellence in Everything We Do’ (BostInno.com)

Dodd-Frank Act Inspires Many B-Schools to Take a Closer Look at Public Policy: Schools Widen Their Political Horizons (Financial Times)

Canada’s Professor War Heats Up: The Battle To Land The Best Talent at B-Schools (Globe & Mail)

Management Leadership for Tomorrow, a Leading Source of Minority Talent for B-Schools: MLT Is Powered by Pro Bono (Huffington Post)

The Go-To Book for Job Interviews: When In Doubt, MBAs Turn to ‘Bible’ (Wall Street Journal)

EMBA Graduates’ Salaries on the Rise, But More Have to Foot B-School Bill: New Salary, Employer Sponsorship Data a Mixed Bag for EMBA Hopefuls (U.S. News & World Report)

With Cheating on the Rise Among Business Majors, Indiana’s Kelley School Takes Action:  IU Business School Uses Cameras to Crack Down on Cheating (Indiana Public Media)

South African B-School Offers Free Online MBA Classes: Online Business Education (Financial Mail)

How to Stand Out on Wall Street: There’s Good News and There’s Bad News About Going From Finance to Business School Right Now (Business Insider)

Italian B-Schools Fight Mafia Through Education: Managers of Ex-Mafia Assets (Financial Times)

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Damast is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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