Insider’s Perspective – China

China is the country where Confucianism is deeply rooted in daily routine and harmony is built within individual, family, and community. It is the country where you can enjoy the exciting modern life and appreciate the miraculous ancient wisdom and the country where a dragon is mascot but everyone loves the pandas. China welcomes you.… Continue reading Insider’s Perspective – China

The Beijing Olympic Volunteer Trek

Last August 13 to 27, a select group of 36 RCs and ECs from 17 different countries participated in a once-in-a-lifetime event: TheBeijing Olympic Volunteer Trek. The idea of organizing a trek to China during the Olympics and volunteering for the Games was first posted on the prematriculation bulletin board in May 2007. After almost… Continue reading The Beijing Olympic Volunteer Trek

Capital Research & Management Chairman Speaks at HBS

In the 35 years that Jim Rothenberg (HBS ’70) has been with The Capital Group Companies, he has seen the firm grow from managing $2 billion in assets to over $1.2 trillion today. Rothenberg graduated from Harvard College cum laude in 1968 and from Harvard Business School with distinction in 1970. He was named to… Continue reading Capital Research & Management Chairman Speaks at HBS

Hiring Outlook Remains Optimistic for 2006

This is the first in an occasional series of short articles focusing on career-related issues for the ECs in the fall and RCs in the winter. This week, we will shed some light on the macro conditions in the job market. Please contact the News Editor at jchng@mba2007.hbs.edu if you wish to comment or contribute… Continue reading Hiring Outlook Remains Optimistic for 2006

China Trek: HBSers Travel to Beijing, Hong Kong

William Fung, drunken shrimp, midnight karaoke, rows of empty glasses of Chivas & green tea, and venture capitalists – what do these all have in common? These were just a few of the highlights of this year’s China Trek. For nine days, starting in Beijing and progressing south to Shanghai before culminating in Hong Kong,… Continue reading China Trek: HBSers Travel to Beijing, Hong Kong

HBS Greater China Career Trek 2005

Students on the HBS Greater China Trek visited Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Beijing all in one whirlwind week. Here, students stopped for a photo before visiting GE’s China Technology Center in Shanghai.

On-Campus Interview Series: KOB

KOB (as he is affectionately known) hails from Andover, MA. His interests include Southwestern food, reading, New England sports teams and fishing for big striped bass. [The Editors also think they saw KOB with a big striped bass in the Kong once!] Fact File: Kevin O’Brien (OI) Height: 6ft Weight: 200 pounds Eyes: Hazel (picks… Continue reading On-Campus Interview Series: KOB

Section B Competes in Boston Marathon

While most HBS Students spent Patriots Day lounging in the sun, reading cases, or searching for that perfect summer job, 12 members of Section NB competed in the 2002 Boston Marathon. The night before the race, these sectionmates gathered at the house of Michael Chang for the traditional pre-race meal of pasta. After dinner and… Continue reading Section B Competes in Boston Marathon

Auntie Sam

Dear Auntie Sam, As the end of my two year hard graft here at HBS is coming to an end, I’ve been getting increasingly concerned about leaving. I’m not particularly upset about having to go back to work for the Big Consulting Firm I thought I had left behind when I got in here-hey, it’s… Continue reading Auntie Sam