Posted by: Phil Mintz on September 10, 2008
First Bear Stearns imploded and was swallowed by JPMorgan Chase. Now Lehman Brothers, another landing place for MBAs, is struggling to shore up its business. BusinessWeek’s Dan Macsai checked in today with several business schools who have sent MBAs to Lehman in the past, including Wharton, Columbia, and the University of Chicago, and the early word is that everything is business as usual on the recruiting front. But that raises another question. Would you, soon-to-be Mr. or Ms. MBA, interview at a company that appears to be in trouble? What’s the upside?