Steve Forbes on Ending the Panic Cactus, Angry Bear
The Bear Meltdown Rattles B-Students Business Week. I am no doubt going to anger a lot of fellow MBAs, but in my view, fewer people getting that degree would be a plus. I was in a position to get far more out of it than most (liberal arts major, no work experience) and I felt what I was taught in two years could have been boiled down to six months. They are mainly finishing schools and employment agencies. And they often have the effect of encouraging kids to go into whatever is hot at the time (the top recruiters at B-schools are almost inevitably industries due for a correction) whether or not it really is a fit with their talents and temperament.
Continuation Point Michael Panzner
Another 75 James Hamilton, Econbrowser. I had wanted to feature this post, but it somehow got overlooked. Worth reading still, in part because it is as close as the even-tempered Hamilton ever gets to a rant.
Antidote du jour. This video has made the rounds, but I though it still made for a good bunny feature for Easter: