In the end, the free market will decide. Over the next year or two, as we wait to for a vaccine, business schools will be forced to prove their worth as more than just location-bound incubators for building social capital. Unlike the cautiously optimistic class of students ready to embark on their MBA journey, McDonald believes this could be the beginning of the end for prestige business schools as we know them. In The Golden Passport, McDonald raged against the “moral failure” of the MBA industrial complex, but now he wonders if it will diminish on its own. “I have a feeling that demand for the product of business schools is going to go away.” … [Read more...] about ‘It’s a huge loss’: Can elite business schools survive coronavirus?
Chicken breeders complain about hefty losses
By Deepali SinghHave you noticed an increase in hair loss during the lockdown — stress and anxiety may be the trigger A few days ago, actor and stand-up comedian Sumukhi Suresh tweeted ‘How do I have any hair left if that’s how much is on the dustpan after jhadoo pocha’. The tweet touched a chord. One of the many pitfalls of the COVID-19 pandemic has been increased anxiety and stress, that’s responsible for hair fall in many cases. Dr Satish Bhatia, MD Dermatology and Skin Surgery, Indian Cancer Society, explains, “Hair has three phases — growing, fully-grown, and shedding — the latter usually lasts for one or two weeks.” Anxiety leads to hormonal changes. “The hormonal changes and drop in vitamins cause the hairshedding phase to go on for longer, leading to hair fall and thinning,” he adds. Look for signs You might believe you are calm and collected in the current scenario, but your hair might be telling you a … [Read more...] about Are you losing a lot of hair?
The land dispute between Ezza/Ezilo communities of Ishielu Local Government Area had existed over 100 years and it has claimed lives and properties worth millions of naira. The dispute did not only lead to the establishment of a military barrack at Ezilo but also the creation of autonomous communities in order to speedily resolve the impasse. … [Read more...] about How land disputes consume lives, destroy properties in Igboland
Besides the two facilities, Viet Uc also boasts three feeding facilities, providing 25,000-30,000 tonnes of shrimp feed to serve both domestic and export demand. Particularly, the corporation has just invested millions of US dollars in 104 hectares of catfish hatching using high technology. “We are one of four companies joining in the three-level catfish hatching chain implemented in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang, aiming to improve the quality of breeders,” Van added. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s seafood exporters setting up basis for EVFTA boons
Talking of Europe: My colleague Tom Grater recommends Season 3 of Netflix’s German drama Dark. He says: “The ‘final cycle’ of Wiedemann & Berg TV’s mind-bending time travel series debuts on Netflix this weekend, and if like me you devoured the first two seasons (twice in my case) you will be champing at the bit to find out how they are going to wrap this one up. Will Sic Mundus win the war? Will Jonas go all Game Of Thrones with Martha? Will someone cancel the apocalypse? Will any of it actually tie together and make sense? Find out June 27.” … [Read more...] about International Insider: Cannes Virtual Market Verdict & Diversity’s Thunderbolt Moment