Question by Barun: What is the minimum salary can I get after doing PGDM from a lower medium b school?
How much money can I get as salary after doing PGDM from a lower medium business school like EIILM(Kolkata) ,IIBS(Bangalore) etc.
Answer by Dam
YOU COULD STAY UNEMPLOYED
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This is the first of a series of articles that I will be publishing each Friday on Business School Admissions Trends and Trends in the Business of Education.
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The Rise of the International MBA
Who do you picture when you hear the word entrepreneur? Does the description conjure up someone with honed business acumen, years of experience, a vast network and the robust finances needed to successfully launch their own venture? Or do you see an individual with little resources other than a great idea
Students Who Startup
Bloomberg Although most MBA candidates enter business school determined to switch careers, the weak economy in recent years has prevented many of them from breaking into new fields. But now, observers see a new and …
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More MBA Grads Switching Careers (Bloomberg Businessweek …
NEW YORK — March 20, 2013 — As technological improvements reduce human interaction in financial markets, new research from Columbia Business School Professor Charles Jones details both the benefits and risks associated with high–frequency trading (HFT), the use of sophisticated computer algorithms to trade hundreds or even thousands of times a day, with a holding period often measured in seconds. Many financial markets now rely on electronic limit order books or other automated trading systems. High–frequency traders use computer programs to trade for their own account on these automated systems.
High–Frequency Trading: Is it Good or Bad for Markets?
NEW YORK — January 22, 2013 — In 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission mandated that public companies submit portions of annual (10–K) and quarterly (10–Q) reports—in a digitized format known as eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL). The goal of this type of data was to provide more relevant, timely, and reliable “interactive” data to investors and analysts. The XBRL–formatted data is meant to allow users to manipulate and organize the financial information according to their own purposes faster, cheaper, and more easily than current alternatives
SEC–Mandated XBRL Data at Risk of Being Irrelevant to Investors and Analysts
NEW YORK — February 6, 2013 — From banks to telecom providers, various industries are moving to pricing plans that offer a certain amount of “free” service. Bank customers are allowed a certain number of free ATM withdrawals each month, and cell phone users receive free minutes. These three–part plans — which also include a regular (usually monthly) access fee as well as a usage fee if the customer exceeds the free allotment — are replacing older two–part plans that charged an access fee and a usage price for every unit of consumption.
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When Talk Is Free: The Effects of Pricing Plans on Consumer Demand
Women with MBAs from top business schools who go into the fields of venture capital and private equity lag behind their male counterparts in pay by about 12 percent more than they did a decade ago.
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MBA gender pay gap in venture capital increased
After months of planning, studying for the admissions exam, writing essays, and wrangling recommenders, you have just hit the submit button for your business school applications and are now wondering what's next as the MBA waiting game begins. Here are six tips to make the most of this period.
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6 Ways to Play the MBA Waiting Game
Women who obtain MBAs from the Graduate School of Business (GSB) earn 79 cents on the dollar compared to male graduates, the largest earnings gender gap among elite business schools in the nation, according to …
Stanford Daily | Female Stanford MBA students earn 79c on the …