Dividend (Vol. 17, No. 2, April, 1986)
Table of Contents: MBA Internships p. 4 - Eleven interviews that exemplify the diversity, the resourcefulness, and the drive of our MBA students and the opportunities that a good summer internship can open up ; Alumni Weekend p. 16 - Equal parts of nostalgia and news were featured at the 2nd annual Business School alumni weekend, along with plenty of time for catching up with classmates. ; Building a Healthy Career: What You Won't Hear from Your Family Doctor p. 20 - In Charles Kepler, BBA, MBA '55, Managing Director, Russell Reynolds Associates An expert discusses how to evaluate your career, and ways to spot potential trouble and review directions and goals. ; "My Worst Mistake Was That I Didn't Think Big Enough" p. 22 - Entrepreneur Diana Starr Langley, BBA '75, discusses the growth of her company, Dioptics Medical products, and particularly the development of its newest venture, "Accents", which grew 10 times faster than predicted in the first year. ; Among Ourselves p. 25 ; Look What's Happened to the Old Library Reading Room! p. 32 - It's turned into a beautiful new student lounge. But if you look at the picture, you will recognize the bookshelves as those in the old reading room. ; Class Notes p. 34 - About the Cover, Jim Sitlmgtoo on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where he spent a summer internship trading Eurodollar contracts and S & P 500 futures for Kidder, Peabody & Co. You will note that he is wearing a button that seems to be in Chinese. It says "Welcome to America" or "Welcome to the Merc" and was worn in honor of the president of the People's Republic of China, who visited the Merc last summer. Says Jim of his outfit, "Your jacket is your office. It has 6 pockets - 4 outer and 2 inner, and they are all filled with calendars, gum, order forms, throat lozenges, antacid, aspirin, etc." The cover photo is by Michael P. Weinstein. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50742>
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