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Top #MBA Tweets of the Week: #Debates2016

This week’s first Presidential debate between the two U.S. primary candidates took center stage on Twitter; in this edition of Top #MBA Tweets of the Week, we’re rounding up reflections from the business school community.

This was a highly anticipated event and, as such, many programs, including Duke / Fuqua, Dartmouth / Tuck and Chicago Booth, offered some preemptive analysis:

Meanwhile, Northwestern / Kellogg and Toronto / Rotman offered some broader advice:

Other programs, including MIT / Sloan and Harvard Business School, took a look from the citizens’ part in the voting booth:

After the main event, a professor from UT Austin / McCombs was tapped for analysis:

Duke / Fuqua highlighted some research regarding the impact of the results—no matter the winner:

NYU / Stern also rounded up opinions from their faculty…

…while IMD offered an international perspective:

As Washington University in St. Louis prepares to host the next Presidential debate, the school offered a look back at others:

Have you seen “re-tweetable” tweets in your feed this week? E-mail [email protected] with your recommendations for what breaking MBA news we should cover next.

Posted in: Top Tweets, Twitter Thursdays, Weekly Columns

Schools: Dartmouth / Tuck, Duke / Fuqua, Harvard Business School, IMD, MIT Sloan, Northwestern / Kellogg, Notre Dame / Mendoza, Toronto / Rotman, U. Chicago Booth, Washington U. / Olin

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Lauren Wakal

Lauren Wakal has been covering the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, from in-depth business school profiles to weekly breaking news and more.

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