Dividend (Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter, 1971)
Table of Contents: p. 4 - Sesame Street and $8 Million By David D. Connell, BBA '55 The executive producer of the Children's Television Workshop here gives facts and figures on the financing and producing of Sesame Street, the most successful children's show ever to hit the television screen. ; p. 7 - Industry's Big Boost for Sesame Street ; p. 8 - The 20,000 Mile MBA More than 300 students are pursuing the MBA in the Evening Program of the Business School. This article tells some of the whys and hows of attending school after working all clay. ; p.15 - Does GNP Mean Gross National Pollution? by J. Philip Wernette, Depletion of resources and disposal of wastes, and their effect on the GNP are discussed in this article by the editor of the Michigan Business Review. ; p. 17 - Among Ourselves ; p. 19 - Assembly Hall Architect's drawings of the proposed new Assembly Hall. ; p. 25 - Top Executives Visit School Pictures of some of the outstanding business leaders who were on campus recently as members of the Business School's Visiting Committee. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50698>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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