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Mobile ad players are jumping today after MM (+28ish%) 2Q report yesterday. VELT is riding the wave (+7%) and reports also next week. This could be huge. And with could I don't mean could.
Think I've seen him there once; apparently he's afraid of the lift and takes the stairs. Quite a charakter.AAPL at 624 approaching new all-time high - gnarl, would have been too easy to pick up at 550ish..GOOG silently (? I did not follow) +>10% within last month..
No wonder with factory schools like HBS and their (my opinion) ridiculous 2+2 program (Class of 2015 has 100 admits out of 900ish total student body) churning out kids. I wouldn't have appreciated sitting in a class and having discussions with inexperienced fellows - at HBS it is promoted as diversity.
Who said socialists like people?
1) don't quit - swallow 2) Be a total dick to him and tell him that you will continue to do your best and work your ass off - never admit any flaws 3) just a couple of days - count them and collect the money on the way
Well, she was definitely above average. Not discrediting her versatility, but only singles count since not all great players involved in doubles/mixed; plus we don't know how much of this success shall be contributed to her or e.g. Shriver or King.Compare her single stats (32 finals with 18 titles 14 runner-ups) to Steffi Graf (31; 22 - 9) and not even accounting for the considerably shorter career of Graf, we have a clear winner. In direct comparison of single finals...
Can you provide timing and type of job/ industry to better understand perspective.I have friends (Westerners) who moved to China shortly after undergrad, settled, still live happy (obviously all relative) life. However, there initial move was years ago..
Disclaimer: I was not born in the US, but not a hater at all. Additionally, I got the point of supporting local manufacturing workers as mentioned in this thread. Just by curiosity, do Americans in general (or maybe even geared towards more educated and worldly ones) perceive "made in the US" as superior quality? Probably, I have lived in too many parts of the world, but I would not share this perspective at all.
My very personal opinion: Wharton, Stanford, HBS, LBS, INSEAD - beyond that it's just goodwill and "went to bschool and got an MBA." I am not saying that other schools have worse academic programs (in fact there will always be classes/ profs better here and there - but student body and selection is imo criticial) and other people - probably particular alumni themselves - will have a more positive opinion regarding Booth, Stern, online MBA at University of Phoenix, Tuck,...
From my experience, this (overstating language ability) is very common in the US. As I speak several languages, I always found it quite interesting to change the language during an interview when someone listed "fluently" or "proficient" or "business" - and was unable to converse the least bit.
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