Wharton Alums Not Interested In Spending Any More Time Together Than Absolutely Necessary

Harvard and Kellogg MBAs (well, four of them, anyway) love to make a few million by day and catch some college hoops/eat beef sandwiches together by night. Penn State, Princeton, UT and USC alums, too. For Whartonites, two years at West Philadelphia’s College of Capitalism were more than enough time in each other’s company.

Leggett & Platt is among more than two dozen of the largest U.S. companies with current CEOs and CFOs who hail from the same alma mater, according to a Wall Street Journal review of data from executive recruiter Crist|Kolder Associates…While this trend spans the coasts, the connections are concentrated among 22 schools, which have bestowed one or more bachelor’s degrees or master’s in business administration to 285 CFOs at roughly 670 of the country’s largest companies…The top undergraduate schools were University of Illinois, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. For M.B.A.s, the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, Harvard Business School and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

When CEOs and CFOs Share an Alma Mater [WSJ]

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13 Responses to “Wharton Alums Not Interested In Spending Any More Time Together Than Absolutely Necessary”

  1. BA Barracus says:

    I find it a little lame when people who graduated college 40 fuckin years ago are still talking about it. Get over it. That said go Wolverines!!

    Harvard MBAs like to spend so much time together because everyone thinks they are tools and can't stand to be around them for more than 5 minutes.

  2. LaFonda says:

    Stop shitting the bed Shazar.

  3. iKnowItWhenISeeIt says:

    mouseover ftw

  4. Guest says:

    Terribly ill-fitting pants on the guy to the far right.

    -UBS Attentoin to detail Analyst

  5. IBANK4LIFE says:

    If my son ever wants to go for an MBA, I'd say go to UPenn. No other state school is that cheap yet ranked in the top 3-5 consistently.

  6. Douche Quant says:

    Booth and Stanford are about the only "top tier" business schools that generate the lowest douche factor. (Douche = (Self-righteous entitlement / actual productivity))