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Business Weekly: Software bugs cost more than double Eurozone bailout

The Judge research, conducted in collaboration with Undo Software as part of the MBA programme, showed that, on average, software developers spend 50 per cent of their programming time finding and fixing bugs ..." Read the full article []…

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Financial Times: What every inventor needs – an EMBA

Computer evangelist and inventor Eben Upton arrived at Cambridge University in 1996 and has never left. “I have been here for too long,” he says jokingly ... With degrees from Cambridge in engineering and computer science under his belt, together…

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The Financial: Mr Wang Shi visits Cambridge Judge Business School

Cambridge Judge Business School was delighted to welcome Mr Wang Shi, one of China’s most renowned business leaders, to talk about ‘Corporate Values: The Mountains to Climb’ at an event hosted by the Cambridge Executive MBA programme on Friday 9…

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Financial Times: School profile: Cambridge Judge Business School

When Dr Simon Learmount was approached in the midst of the financial crisis to launch an executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, his initial reaction was to argue against it. “They asked me the week that Lehman Brothers collapsed!”…

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Paid Content: New role for Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon Group’s Johann Xavier

Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon Group, the Publicis-owned global advertising agency network, announced today that Johann Xavier, CFO of the Group's EMEA region, is joining the Asia/Pacific division... Xavier, a graduate of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently…

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Veterinary Times: Vet calls for work culture balance shift

The veterinary profession needs to adopt a more female-friendly corporate culture if it is going to take advantage of the increase in female veterinary professionals... This was the claim from Julian Samuelson, equine vet and managing director at Kent-based Bell…

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Developing collaboration between Chinese and Western media

Cambridge Executive MBA programme to sponsor an inaugural media summit organised by one of its alumni The inaugural China Media Global Summit, which has been organised by Kai Dai, owner of The Chinese Weekly and a Cambridge Executive MBA alumnus,…

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Cambridge News: Ambassador to speak at event

The sell-out dinner and conference last week when Chinese delegates came to town to find out more about cleantech is followed this Friday with another China-focused event in Cambridge, with the Chinese Ambassador taking part... The China Media Global Summit…

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Cambridge News: Leading lights celebrated

The city’s top emerging entrepreneurs gathered at the Doubletree Hotel in Cambridge when the News and Cambridge Business magazine hosted a reception and networking event... Chosen by a panel of experts from The Cambridge Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business…

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Cambridge News: City’s top entrepreneurs celebrated at event

In the past few months, the business community has been nominating people for our list of Cambridge’s Most Influential Business People – Entrepreneurs, The Ones to Watch... And yesterday, at the Doubletree by Hilton in Cambridge, all 25 were officially…

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