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Everything That's Going on at Business Schools This Week


University of Chicago Booth School of Business

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University of Chicago Booth School of Business

What’s happening the week of June 16 at top business schools around the country and around the world.

June 16

Chicago Booth School of Business’s Entrepreneurial Roundtable: “How To Buy Or Sell A Business” - Naperville, Ill.

11th Annual Stanford Ecommerce Best Practices Conference—Stanford, Calif.

Fred Keller, chief executive of Cascade Engineering, discusses “to what extent can businesses be expected to solve the world’s toughest problems?“—Ann Arbour, Mich.

June 17

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Japan Innovation Forum—Tokyo

June 18

Nowcasting: How to go from occasional economic news to a real-time read on economic activity and sentiment, with Duke’s Michael Brandt, Kalman J. Cohen Professor of Finance—video stream

Twitter (TWTR) co-founder Biz Stone speaks at Oxford’s Saïd Business School to promote his new book, Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of a Creative Mind.

June 19

Texas Exes Executive Speaker Series featuring Ken Foote&mmdash;Richardson, Tex.

London Business School Accounting Symposium—London

June 20

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago: Making Data Strategies Your Strategies—Chicago

Cornell and China: Past, Present, and Future—Hong Kong

Manufacturing & Service Operations Management annual conference—University of Washington Foster School of Business, Seattle

Weinberg is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek covering business schools.

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