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Christian Marti drives Aston Martin's sales
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Christian Marti drives Aston Martin's sales

The Financial Times profiles one of our Master in Management alumni and discusses his high-flying career at this iconic British brand.

Masters in management options are growing fast
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Masters in management options are growing fast

More and more people are looking for Masters in Management like the one we offer at ESCP Europe (ranked 1st in the UK). Our vice-dean for international development, Léon Laulusa, tells the FT why.

Do Americans really score more positively than Europeans?
Tuesday 16 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Do Americans really score more positively than Europeans?

Professor Anne-Wil Harzing discusses cultural differences in customer feedback and whether Europeans really are tougher in this area than their cousins across the pond.

How tattoos went from cool to corporate
Monday 15 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

How tattoos went from cool to corporate

Dr Ben Voyer muses on the normalisation of tattoos and their relevance to the business world in this article for the Washington Post.

Would you get a tattoo of a company logo?
Thursday 17 July 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Would you get a tattoo of a company logo?

People getting brand ink is becoming more and more common. But why? The BBC spoke to Prof. Ben Voyer to find out the psychology behind such a decision.

Social media users won't fight cyberbullying until they imagine what it's like to be bullied
Tuesday 08 July 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Social media users won't fight cyberbullying until they imagine what it's like to be bullied

Professor Tom van Laer looks at the rise in cyberbullying and various websites' attempts to curb it.

'You Can Have It' looks to give TV viewers the most relevant content at the right time
Friday 04 July 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

'You Can Have It' looks to give TV viewers the most relevant content at the right time

French blog 'Rude Baguette' runs a special feature on a start-up by ESCP Europe alumni Didier Baptiste.

Business jargon: Squaring the circle
Thursday 19 June 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Business jargon: Squaring the circle

Prof. Sola addresses the minefield of business jargon for a blog on the BBC News website.

Our transportation into Game of Thrones could have ugly results
Wednesday 18 June 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Our transportation into Game of Thrones could have ugly results

Prof. Tom van Laer looks at how popular TV's most popular show means viewers are "more likely to be persuaded to adopt the beliefs espoused within it into the real world".

Business School Professors Should Be Like Movie Directors
Friday 13 June 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Business School Professors Should Be Like Movie Directors

Prof. Terence Tse asks if business school students will need their professors in same way in the future. "Not if we don’t change to meet shifting educational needs," he says.

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