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  • Wisconsin Students Pushing the Speed of Sound

    Michael Schlicting has a need for speed. The Wisconsin School of Business MBA graduate and current PhD candidate is leading part of a multidisciplinary team building Hyperloop with Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk. This alternative mode of transport is based around pods moving through large tubes at extremely high speeds. “More than 100 students from b.. Read more >>

  • MBA Employer Interview: Eli Lilly

    Founded in 1876, Eli Lilly was the first company to mass-produce penicillin, the Salk polio vaccine and insulin. Today, Lilly’s is well known for its range of psychiatric medications, the lung cancer drug, Alimta (pemetrexed), and the insulin products, Humalog and Humulin. .. Read more >>

  • Careers in FMCG

    Careers in the FMCG sector may be the right fit for candidates looking for exciting and dynamic work environments. Most large retail and consumer products firms operate programs for new graduate and MBA recruits. These programs typically train and develop younger candidates from a wide range of disciplines for leadership and managerial roles... Read more >>

  • How Your MBA Can Fuel Career Change

    Career changes can be daunting, but can also be rewarding. There’s no law committing you to your career field for the rest of your life and if you’re not happy doing what you’re doing, it’s probably time to make a change to one of the many other career paths out there. Jumping from one field to another can be overwhelming and difficul.. Read more >>

  • How LBS Alumnus used strategic thinking to fight fraud

    An executive MBA program at London Business School (LBS) gave Nuno Sebastião the strategic thinking needed to turn his entrepreneurial idea into a reality. In 2007, Feedzai was a concept to fight fraud. Today, it is a profitable business with 180 employees, offices across Europe and the US, and US$36 million in venture capital. Its technology works b.. Read more >>

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