Wednesday June 2, 2010
Walker B-School: The Leader in China
Several MBA tracks, a range of undergraduate programs and study options on-line are just a few of the reasons Webster China has grown into an education powerhouse in the East. Because bigger isn't always better, everyday more students are moving toward Webster China and past larger institutions. Click here to read Brand Value As A Liability published today in the China Economic Review.
Trouble for Travelers
Improvements in the economy could cause trouble for travelers this summer. Last weekend's unofficial start of the vacation season found more people traveling but less options in the air for those relying on planes to get them to the beach. Fox News came to Dean Akande for tips on how to make sure paying for summer travel doesn't make you hot under the collar.
Certificate of Confidence
Just like an athlete who could never excel at a sport by simply reading a how-to book, Professor Barrett Baebler says entrepreneurs need a practice field of their own. That's what prompted the Certificate in Entrepreneurship program at Webster University where students learn everything from organization behavior to entrepreneurial financial management. Read Certificate of Confidence. For more on getting into the program, click here.
The High Cost of Discount Culture
A good consumer knows that buying at the lowest price doesn't always mean they are getting the best value. But has our world's new disposable lifestyle made us all a little more "deal-prone" and willing to open our wallets for almost anything at a deep discount? In the end, according to Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture, we're all overpaying. Click here for our review.