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The Economist: Executive compensation: If you hire them, pay will come

The research on executive pay by Cambridge Judge’s Professor Raghu Rau, Dr Jenny Chu and PhD Jonathan Faasse is featured second time in The Economist. The study shows that executives are paid more if company hires 'compensation consultants'. Read the…

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Handelsblatt: A hurdles run for Berlin startups

According to German newspaper Handelsblatt, many young entrepreneurs are finding that Berlin might not be the best location for their start-ups, despite the capital's reputation. They cite the experience of Cambridge MBA alumnus Andreas Kitzing (MBA 2013) and his co-founders,…

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IOL Tonight: Reaching, inspiring new audiences

How did someone who trained as an actor and a chef and then managed to squeeze in an MBA land up as the NT Live executive producer? Catching up on the theatre phenomenon that is National Theatre Live (broadcast locally…

Read more Online course opens to sharpen start-up minds

A new Government-backed online learning platform has launched in London today. This joint venture is developed Tech City, Cambridge Judge Business School, UCL, and start-up course designer Founder Centric and offers free digital skills courses online. Read the full article…

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Financial Times: Online course opens to sharpen start-up minds

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty have developed three courses – in marketing, brand-building and finance – for the new Digital Business Academy. This is the world’s first government-supported online learning platform, jointly developed by Tech City, Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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