German buyers flock to the warmer climate of Italy's distressed market
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Google X, home to the self-driving car and Google Glass, is the search giant's factory for scientific bets that require generous amounts of capital and massive leaps of faith
A profusion of bids and counterbids in an effort to gain spectrum
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Office-worthy floral prints to take you from spring into summer
George Washington University is planning a series of undergraduate programs in marketing, international business, and, starting this fall, finance
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By Francesca Di Meglio and Geoff Gloeckler
Part-time MBA programs are a good option for people who don’t want to quit working to go back to school. Once thought of as a way to advance an existing career, part-time MBA programs have become a suitable option for career changers as well. If you’re interested in part-time MBA programs, here are the best of them by region, according to the 2009 BusinessWeek part-time MBA rankings.
Note: On the slides that follow, average GMAT scores and completion rates are self-reported by schools. Grads reporting salary increase and average salary increase are based on respondents to the BusinessWeek survey; data may not be representative of the entire class. Ratings, based on survey results, are provided for "career advancers," who are looking for a promotion with their current employer; "job changers," who are looking to advance their careers with a new employer; and "career switchers," who want to change industries, functional areas, or both.
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