Business schools

Donald Trump Founds 'University'

Once you've done real estate, casinos, an airline, and reality television, what's left? For Donald Trump, there's always higher education.

On Monday Trump unveiled his own "university," which will sell CD-ROMs and offer online courses in real estate and business. No credit or degrees will be offered, although baseball caps and shirts with the university logo may be purchased ($21.95 for a cap, $39.95 for a golf shirt).

Is College Preparation for Life? Grads Weigh In

A decade out, 4 of 5 degree recipients say their undergraduate education prepared them for work, U.S. survey finds.

Battling Over B-School Rankings

One publisher drops Harvard and Wharton from its list in spat over data and access to alumni and students.

Survival of the Fittest MBA

Despite student objections, Harvard Business School ends ban on sharing their grades with would-be employers.

B-Schools Take on Essay Consultants

Admissions officers, wary of those who pay for help on applications, consider new strategies.

Rethinking the MBA Curriculum

Yale plans to switch from traditional first-year courses to interdisciplinary modules.

Class Project in Fraud?

Instructor at Southern Cal's business school charged with fraud in which he recruited students to help get investors' money.

Professor Dale Carnegie

CUNY's Baruch College -- finding many of its students savvy in business but lacking in public speaking skills -- brings in expert help.

Academics In Charge at B-Schools

Study shows that top business schools favor scholars when hiring deans.

Turmoil in Tallahassee

Florida A&M's president and trustees are under the microscope after a series of controversial decisions.


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