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MBA50 Darden Dean — MBA50 Interview

In an interview with Forbes contributor Matt Symonds, Darden Dean Bob Bruner shares the three things that combine to make a great business school education.

Bloomberg Businessweek Interviews Darden School MBA Student Janet Schroeder

Darden alumna Janet Schroeder (MBA '13) explains how Darden was the perfect fit for her as the School brings together students with diverse backgrounds to enhance the MBA experience.

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Marketplace — “What the Time of Day Says About Your Earnings Report”

(30 July 2014) Darden Professor Liz Demers probes into the times of day that are best for companies to schedule earnings calls to help ensure share price returns respond positively ... more

Wired — “When Robots Come for Our Jobs, Will We Be Ready to Outsmart Them?”

(28 July 2014) Darden Professor Edward D. Hess, author of the upcoming book “Learn or Die: Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Organization,” discusses the jobs race between robots and humans ... more

Bloomberg Businessweek — “How to Hack Your Personal Life”

(28 July 2014) Darden Professor Elliott Weiss and Darden alumna Rebecca Goldberg (MBA ‘03), co-authors of the upcoming book "Living Lean: A Primer for Continuous Improvement" describe how efficiency principles transformed the personal life and business team of an Executive MBA student ... more

The Washington Post Capital Business — “Why Explorers Matter and What They Teach Us About Leadership”

(27 July 2014) Darden Dean Robert F. Bruner shares with us the importance of lessons learned from the leadership and ambition of explorers and the adversity they face that we can apply to our personal and professional lives ... more

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