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Business schools redefine their mission to society

By Robert Weisman
July 9, 2006

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The idea of management as a profession is due for a revival. That was the bold notion that sparked the birth of US business education a century ago, when the first business schools -- Harvard, Dartmouth's Tuck School, and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, among them -- sought to create a class of professional managers to pilot ... (Full article: 847 words)

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