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July 25, 2012. US News
Facebook, Twitter, and other social sites play limited b-school admissions roles, a UMass survey says.
Business school officials use social networking to promote their MBA programs but fail to track the return on those investments, according to a recent University of Massachusetts—Dartmouth study...
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