Who Needs an MBA?

The New York Time has an interesting article about whether or not business school matters.

There is a rising reaction against management theory, according to The Economist. A new book by the management expert Gary Hamel, "The Future of Management," notes that several well-known executives of hot companies – among them, Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google and John P. Mackey of Whole Foods Market – did not go to business school.

I think the primary reason people go is for networking anyway. What do you think? Are MBAs really necessary?

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