For its 25th reunion last year, the members of Harvard Business School’s class of 1986 were asked to fill out an 85 question survey to give their former classmates a picture of where life has taken them since the gang parted ways. In addition to standard queries like “how much money are you making” (median annual net income: $350,000, median personal net worth: $6 million), “did you start a business” (36 percent said yes), “was choosing to attend Harvard Business School the best decision you’ve ever made” (48 percent responded that it was “one of the best decisions of my life,” 1 percent boldly claimed “it was not a particularly productive use of my time or money”), and how many times have you been laid-off and/or fired (4 percent have been “involuntarily dismissed” three times, 13 percent twice, and 47 percent once) the questionnaire writers dug quite a bit deeper to find out that: Read more »
What Percentage Of Harvard Business School’s Class Of 1986 Is Lying About How Much Weight They’ve Gained?By Bess Levin
John Paulson’s annual midyear investor event, held on June 7-8 in Paris, featured notable speakers, workshops on the firm’s major strategies and a dinner cruise on the Seine. Unlike the firm’s recent soiree in Las Vegas, which was held solely for investors in his advantage funds, this event was open to anyone invested in the $37.5 billion firm. [AR]
MIT Will Not Be The Only Business School With A Cringe-Worthy Take Off Of “I’m On A Boat” To Speak OfBy Bess Levin
Chicago Booth now has one too.
Earlier: “I’m At MIT Sloan, Racking Up The Mother F*cking Student Loans”