Study suggests that CEOs with MBAs perform better

01/3/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

About 40% of S&P 500 CEOs have MBAs, but research suggests that if you look only at the index's 10 worst performers, the MBA rate drops to just 20%. That, Francesca Di Meglio writes, suggests that while raw talent may be enough to carry leaders to the top of their profession, a sound business education can help once they reach the corner office.

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