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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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The Washington Post — “How Wal-Mart Promoted More-Efficient Light Bulbs”

(2 July 2014) Darden Professor Marian Moore and Erika Herz, associate director of Darden sustainability programs, explore how Walmart tackled the obstacles related to the sale of energy-efficient light bulbs to meet its sustainability strategy goals in the 87th edition of The Washington Post/Darden “Case in Point” series ... more

Reuters — “Global M&A at Seven-Year High as Big Corporate Deals Return”

(30 June 2014) In light of 2014’s dealmaking frenzy, Darden Dean Robert F. Bruner comments that we are in the early stages of a mergers & acquisitions wave ... more

The Huffington Post — “Five Unexpected Signs You Are Draining Your Own Energy”

(25 June 2014) Darden Professor James G. Clawson explains how to arrange life so that one spends the majority of it engaged in energy-generating activities ... more

Inc. — “Four Types of Questions That Will Get You What You Want”

(23 June 2014) As Darden Professor Saras Sarasvathy believes that people with expertise or resources are usually more than happy to help startups, she provides advice to help entrepreneurs ask for what they want ... more

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