U.S. graduate business schools are losing their iron grip on the thriving market for international M.B.A. students. At the 25 U.S. graduate-business programs that award the largest numbers of degrees to international students, applications for the 2011 fall semester declined 4%, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Council of Graduate Schools,...
The cuts are a reversal from February, when 84,600 jobs were added. The unemployment rate falls slightly to 12%. Economists say some of the job losses were probably tied to rising gas prices and the quake and tsunami in Japan.
Social, the buzzword of the moment in Silicon Valley, often masquerades as something meaningful, as an index of human connection in the cold space between computers. For companies, social is synonymous with marketing.