Feeling guilty about spending too much on your workout routine? Studies from Booth show that the best exercise for you is the one that you'll enjoy. bit.ly/2jWMtI5

How Can I Afford to Work Out Without Going Broke?

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Booth celebrates 30 years of its weekend warrior program. Alumni share stories of the impact its had on their life: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Weekend Warriors: Booth's Weekend MBA Program Celebrates 30 Years

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This past October, the Council of Economic Advisors released a report about monopsony in the labor market. Marshall Steinbaum, Senior Economist and Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, breaks down their findings: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Monopsony Takes Center Stage -

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Boothies are finding a new home outside of Chicago in Silicon Valley. Read the stories of 3 different startups founded by Booth grads: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Meet The Chicago Booth MBAs Leading Startups In Silicon Valley

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How can big data be used to reach and retain consumers? Register for our upcoming Chicago Conversation in Hong Kong to find out how it can be used to target Chinese and other global consumers. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Since 2013, John Michael Schert has worked as Chicago Booth’s artist-in-residence. He uses his background in ballet and managing a dance troupe to encourage his student’s to incorporate free-thinking techniques in business scenarios. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Taking a risk: Business as art

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Chicago Booth’s Eric Zwick analyzed the effectiveness of the Internal Revenue Service’s First-Time Homebuyer Credit, alongside Northwestern University’s David Berger and the US Office of Tax Analysis’s Nicholas Turner. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Do home-buyer credits work?

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Want to learn the basics of engineering? Chicago Booth alumnus, Joseph Greer is currently trying to raise $25,000 for his motorized paper airplane maker kit created by his startup, Makexchange. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Make a Motorized Paper Airplane Launcher With This Chicago Maker Kit

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How much do you know about Chicago Booth alumnus, Satya Nadella? Learn how the third CEO of Microsoft is turning things around. [ Bit.ly Link ].

Meet Satya Nadella: The Man Behind Microsoft’s Renaissance [Video]

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How much do you know about Chicago Booth alumnus, Satya Nadella? Learn how the third CEO of Microsoft is turning things around. [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ].

Meet Satya Nadella: The Man Behind Microsoft’s Renaissance [Video]

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Join Professor Steven Kaplan in San Francisco, where he will discuss his recent research on venture capital performance, and how successful VCs make decisions. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sandra Black, member of President Obama’s White House Council of Economic Advisers, expands upon the decline in the labor share of income and the growing evidence of labor market monopsony. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Labor Market Monopsonies and the Decline of the Labor Share: Q&A with Sandra Black -

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The Polsky Center interviews Booth alumnus, Asim Aleem (MBA ’12) about his recent acquisition of ISI Telemanagement Solutions: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Get to know Brittany Henry as she pursues her career in impact investing: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Having trouble keeping up with your New Year’s resolutions? Learn how to stick with your goals by allowing yourself immediate rewards: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Study: Immediate Rewards Boost Success of Long-term Goals

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The Federal Reserve increased the national interest rate last month. Do you know how it will impact the economy? [ Bit.ly Link ]

How Fed rate moves affect the economy

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People distrust computer algorithms over their own intuition, even though computers largely outperform their own forecast. However, new research from Chicago Booth has found a solution that might help overcome algorithm aversion: [ Bit.ly Link ]

In bots we distrust - The Boston Globe

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Chicago Booth’s Sanjog Misra and a trio of industry experts join Hal Weitzman to discuss how big data is changing marketing: [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ]

The Big Question: How is big data changing marketing?

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New research from Chicago Booth professor, Nicholas Epley, has found that talking with strangers during your commute can increase your happiness. But can it also impact the economy? [ Bit.ly Link ]

Face time with strangers can boost economy

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