Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt Teachers and professors across the nation are using the financial crisis as a lesson for their students. A class on global economics in the MBA program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix examines the downturn.
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Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

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Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

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Teachers and professors across the nation are using the financial crisis as a lesson for their students.

A class on global economics in the MBA program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix examines the downturn.

Rene Gutel reports for KJZZ.