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careers in business schools. Highly competitive, the Ph.D. programs receive hundreds
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The connections you make in business school are a valuable part of your degree. The McCombs Alumni Network will ensure they are lifetime bonds by keeping you in touch with fellow alumni and the school. Whether changing jobs, hiring employees or seeking greater business knowledge, you can depend on your Alumni Network to assist you.
NASDAQ hosted the McCombs School and the 2013 winners of the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition, and faculty, staff, alumni and corporate partners descended on New York to celebrate.
New research from the McCombs marketing department suggests that certain foods are more tempting when they come in clear packaging, while others are more popular when presented in paper bags.
The winning images from the 2013 BBA study abroad photo contest provide a glimpse at life abroad and lessons to remember back home.
It's been a big year for Texas BBA students. Read the poignant, reflective, and delightfully braggy "greatest hits" list that Associate Dean David Platt emailed to McCombs undergraduates to close out the 2012-2013 year.
Work-related stress costs U.S. businesses about $300 billion each year in absenteeism, lost productivity, and other expenses. McCombs professors explain why we're so tense and what we can do about it.
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