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B-school - reading material *unrelated* to coursework?

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New post 01 Oct 2007, 09:54
I thought this would be a fun thread... Other than tha textbooks/online materials that you read for class(es) during your life through business school, what else do you read?

IE - If you are a Finance major, what magazines/online journals/periodicols do you read regularly? What do you read that is related to your field of work? Can you reccommend any reading materials which aide and enhance your understanding/vocablulary for your particular field?

And finally - what do you read that is un-related to your work/profession/ Grisham novels? Harry Potter? Anything else of that nature?

I'll start off although I am not in business school (yet)... ;]

Work related: Technical documents from Microsoft, HP, IBM, etc misc.

Non-Work related: Classic novels, a lot of John Steinbeck, Tale of Two Cities, Man in the Iron Mask, etc --> I am a sucker for good classics.

Other: Business week, Wired, New York Times - primarily the Real Estate section...

Now it's your turn! ;]
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New post 01 Oct 2007, 15:42
Work(ish): HBR gets delivered to my mailbox for free. Additionally, I can subscribe to industry specific newsletters.

Non work: Bike.

Books: haven't had time for that yet (neither have I had time to watch TV either).

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New post 02 Oct 2007, 01:18
lepium wrote:
Non work: Bike.

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Are you guys allowed to drive Bikes in HBS campus?
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New post 02 Oct 2007, 18:22
aurobindo wrote:
lepium wrote:
Non work: Bike.

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Are you guys allowed to drive Bikes in HBS campus?


If bikes = bicycles, then yes, all the time almost everywhere.
If bikes = motorcycles (i.e. what I meant) then only on places were cars are allowed (i.e. specific roads during the week and some other roads during the weekend).

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New post 07 Mar 2019, 07:04
If you need materials for coursework, then I can help, I am quite well versed in this subject and I have a lot of experience. From early childhood I read a lot and remember a lot of stuff. Writing a coursework has never been a problem for me. I wrote my first coursework back in 2015 while still a schoolboy. Then there was college and university. I am currently working in a coursework writing service uk coursework writing service , I love my job. The most important thing is determined with the theme of the coursework and make its plan. Later you can already go to the library or search for electronic resources on given items. Important advice that you do not need to write a lot of information. The most important thing is to fully reveal your topic. And of course, do not forget about the conclusions at the end. For me, the most difficult task has always been to defend the coursework for teachers. After all, writing is always easier than telling something. I think if you are well prepared, then the protection and writing of your coursework will pass without problems and you will successfully submit it. If you have any questions, you can write to me, I will be happy to help you. Good luck)
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New post 11 Mar 2019, 06:58
Thank you very much for the advice, it really helped me.
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