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'I was lucky enough to be drawn into a conversation with Galitskiy that gave me belief in a simple maxim: everyone should be given a chance to become great and change the world'

How Russian tycoon became a game changer in business and sport

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For those too busy to read it, we have a bluffer’s guide

Want good business reads? Join the FT Business Book Challenge episode 6

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In the past two years, we have reported on Ubers for water, private jets, drones, pot, trash and, indeed, “everything” - Andrew Hill, FT columnist

Think twice before picking Uber as a business model

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When Steve Mollenkopf was appointed chief executive of Qualcomm in 2014 he could not have anticipated the challenges he would face

Silicon Valley’s quiet man — Steve Mollenkopf, CEO, Qualcomm

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Feeling stressed? Read our interview with a work/life 'harmony' expert

Theories for the digitally distracted generation

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For the third year running London Business School is number one in our European ranking of business schools. How did your school do?

FT European Business School Ranking 2016: UK top but rivals close in

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What will Brexit mean for students?

As the FT releases its European Business School rankings, join us on Facebook Live on Monday at 11am. Nelson Phillips, acting dean of Imperial College Business School, will discuss Brexit and business education with Helen Barrett, the FT's Work and Careers editor and Jonathan Moules, the FT's business education correspondent.

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What will Brexit mean for students?

As the FT releases its European Business School rankings, join us on Facebook Live on Monday at 11am. Nelson Phillips, acting dean of Imperial College Business School, will discuss Brexit and business education with Helen Barrett, the FT's Work and Careers editor and Jonathan Moules, the FT's business education correspondent.

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What will Brexit mean for students?

As the FT releases its European Business School rankings, join us on Facebook Live on Monday at 11am. Nelson Phillips, acting dean of Imperial College Business School, will discuss Brexit and business education with Helen Barrett, the FT's Work and Careers editor and Jonathan Moules, the FT's business education correspondent.

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'Being open to the kindness and generosity of others is an instinctive way of recognising that we are social animals, and that our shared communities thrive best when we help each other'
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Gratitude is good for you in the festive season

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“The domestic market is already mature, so growth lies in the recruitment of international students,” says Jean-Guy Bernard, the dean of EM Normandie.

French business schools take a global view

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Why study for an MBA? Our blogger from the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School shares her reasons

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Finding my place in Oxford Saïd’s MBA milieu

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What will Brexit mean for students?

As the FT releases its European Business School rankings, join us on Facebook Live on Monday at 11am. Nelson Phillips, acting dean of Imperial College Business School, will discuss Brexit and business education with Helen Barrett, the FT's Work and Careers editor and Jonathan Moules, the FT's business education correspondent.

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Fees are significantly lower than for many MBAs, at £15,000 for UK students and £21,500 for those from overseas.

Courses on horses — the inside track on the racing industry MBA

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'Everyone wants to do good, but not everyone has the right strategy'

MBA graduate makes a material difference in sustainable fashion

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Finding time to study was challenging. During the pregnancy I studied every day and found it distracted me from the discomfort I was in

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Executive MBA student graduates with award — and triplets

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'What is needed today are people who understand big data'

Bocconi chief’s plans for Italy’s best-connected business school

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'Launching a company right after graduation from university is perfect... You can always get a job a year or two after graduating, but leaving a comfortable job to start a company is harder'

How business school classmates cooked up an online chef service

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"Everyone tells me that I should read business books but I never do"
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Stephen Welton: the Business Growth Fund chief's reading list

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