Given his long record of success, Jamie Dimon will likely be back in the saddle in short order. And years from now, relatively few people will remember J.P. Morgan's trading blunder. By Jack and Suzy WelchMay 24, 2012 12:59 PM ET
You likely need stratospheric GMAT scores, that goes without saying. Dean of admissions Dee Leopold discusses the softer qualifications she seeks in a successful candidate.
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
FORTUNE -- Have you thought about what it takes to get into Harvard Business School these days? Stratospheric board scores, that goes without saying. Harvard receives over 9,000 applications for 900 spots, and the average score on the GMAT for the applicant pool MOREApr 17, 2012 10:28 AM ET
Finalists at Rice University's Business Plan Competition were given 60 seconds to pitch their business to an imaginary Buffett on Thursday. Out of the 43 pitches we heard, here are Fortune's favorites.
By Anne VanderMey, reporter
FORTUNE -- Hundreds of students, business leaders, and investors crammed into the Shell Auditorium at Rice University on Thursday evening to watch the Rice Business Plan Competition elevator pitch contest, arguably the most dramatic event at the MOREApr 13, 2012 5:08 PM ET
It's a risky move to tell your boss you have another offer when you don't want to leave. How to handle this sticky situation.
By Ethan Rouen, contributor
FORTUNE – Sometimes new job offers come out of the blue, and sometimes people go looking for them. But when an employee uses an offer of more money to argue for a raise at her current firm, she is risking serious backfire.
After five years MOREJan 23, 2012 11:59 AM ET
There has been a recent spike in interest in nursing among young people. Will the trend hold and fill the health care gaps to come?
By Elizabeth G. Olson, contributor
FORTUNE – Just a few years ago, if you asked a soon-to-be college graduate what career she had her eyes on, you'd be sure to hear usual suspects like management consulting, investment banking, maybe law school. One option you would not hear? MOREDec 28, 2011 12:48 PM ET
A tyrant of a boss is not an effective leader in any work environment, but there are several situations where managers need to use their formal authority. By Linda A. Hill and Kent LinebackDec 6, 2011 10:34 AM ET
What Wall Street can do to restore confidence, short of giving back the money it lost.
Small investors are fleeing the stock market in droves. Those who cannot gain access to a drove are doing it by themselves. That's lonely work. Pretty soon, all that will be left is the institutional investor, and you know what they say about living in an institution. It's no fun either.
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