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David vs. Goliath: How small consumer companies are winning share and big companies are following their lead. Join us in New York to learn more. http://bit.ly/2d5WCSS
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Check out photos taken at events around the globe on Worldwide Booth Night! #BoothNight16 http://bit.ly/2cDN9nA
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Networking differently could increase your salary http://bit.ly/2cgQgMs 
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Local zoning laws stifle US growth, tax breaks don’t trickle down, and other facts revealed by ZIP code economics. http://bit.ly/2cxN0NT
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Alumni: More than 100 events are lined up for Worldwide Booth Night on September 15. Find one near you or start your own. #BoothNight16 http://bit.ly/2cJ6ejS
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Professor Anil Kashyap is named to UK’s Financial Policy Committee http://oak.ctx.ly/r/51ajq
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Raghuram Rajan, India’s “rock-star banker,” returns to Booth to teach corporate finance. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/530qc 
Chicago Booth School said this course will explore the challenges of corporate finance and investment in a more integrated global economy.
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Teens may rebel by eating healthily, study suggests http://oak.ctx.ly/r/530q8
A study shows teenagers make wiser choices if they are encouraged to reimagine healthy behavior as an act of rebellion.
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Why is medical marijuana still not accepted in all 50 states? Researchers turn to the ideas of Booth Nobel laureate George Stigler http://oak.ctx.ly/r/51r4r
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Why a Deutsche Bank whistleblower rejected the SEC’s multimillion-dollar award http://oak.ctx.ly/r/51r4j
ProMarket interviews Eric Ben-Artzi, the former Deutsche Bank risk officer turned whistleblower who rejected an $8.25 million award from the SEC. In May 2015, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay a $55 million fine to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that it inflated the value of its complex derivatives portfolio during the height of the financial crisis. The settlement was the conclusion of a five-year investigation, which was ...
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Smoothies taste better when we have to stand in line for them—and other tricks our brains play on us. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/51aqt
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A real estate win in Booth’s backyard, by a Booth alumnus. http://bit.ly/2c4gs0o
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Nathanel Mori
2 months ago
I know I'm biased, but how can you beat this top-ranking business school? Great MBA program, in a top facility, with world class professors and amazing classmates. C'est tout.
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Elijah Wolter
5 months ago
They tried to convince me that societal systems that exacerbate poverty are okay if you can learn to be the one in control of them.
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Zvi Goldstein
3 years ago
The best business school in the galaxy. What makes Booth special is its relentless focus on rigour and compelling logic in pursuit of understanding business. The MBA program is ranked number 1 by The Economist and Businessweek. More than 600 students matriculate each year and join an alumni base of over 45,000 world-wide. The school features and extensive collection of modern art. Architecturally, the building echoes the gothic University of Chicago style in the Rothman Winter Garden. The over hangs in the back give tribute to the Robie house in the back, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
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Clifford Cohn
3 months ago
Nice campus.
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Troy Gamble
8 months ago
Attended an executive education course: Pricing - strategy and tactics. The overall experience was professional, well thought through and not only fun to attend but also educational.
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Don Jackson
4 months ago
Just visiting from New Zealand. Impressed with all the comments. My interest is in architecture.
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Daniel Simeon
3 months ago
Awesome school!
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Jonny Spendlove
2 years ago
Loved this place. Great faculty, and amazing classmates.