The failure of banks on Wall Street reverberates on B-school campuses

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

In the last few days, Wall Street has become ground zero for America's economic woes. As the markets play out worst-case scenarios, how are Wall Street anxieties reverberating on campus on business schools?
Guests: Jesse Acosta and Gerard McGeary, MBA students of the 2009 graduating class at Yale School of Management

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