A website accused of circulating live questions from the GMAT business school admissions test has been shut down. Adam Jones discusses the crackdown with Dave Wilson, CEO of GMAC, the body that owns the test.
Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, set a ‘lousy’ example by turning down a pay rise, says Lucy Kellaway. For a capitalist economy to work, we all need to believe that more money is a good thing.
Baba Shiv, Professor of Marketing at Stanford Graduate School of Business, gives his tips on keeping your emotions in check during a downturn. A specialist in ‘decision neuroscience’, he warns managers to avoid too much negative television and says use dating strategies to make decisions quickly.
Easily the most satisfying job I’ve done in two dozen years as a journalist was writing a series of articles describing the offices of famous chief executives. For a brief period, I was allowed to indulge my natural nosiness – and get paid for it.
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