INSEAD #1 Again and other NEWS

INSEAD tops the Poets&Quants’ international MBA ranking for the third consecutive year
For the third consecutive year, INSEAD has topped Poets&Quants’ (P&Q) 2017 international MBA ranking. The P&Q ranking is a composite of four major, most credible MBA rankings published by theFinancial Times, The Economist,Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes. The achievement in the composite ranking firmly cements INSEAD’s position as the world’s leading international business school.  Poets&Quants USA – January 
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The 2017 Best International Business Schools

How Football can change what you eat 
Believe it or not, football can have an affect on how you eat. The study conducted by INSEAD Professor of Marketing Pierre Chandon, found that the day after watching your favorite team lose, you are likely to consume 16-28 percent more high-calorie, high-fat foods than average.The study found that junk food eating is actually a form of self-medicating. You feel down about the loss and the high-calorie foods provide pleasure for your brain. Fun 107
USA – 4 January

How You’ll Look For A Job In 2018
Five percent of more than 13,000 workers polled by SurveyMonkey and INSEAD say curiosity “should be in the top two most rewarded employee characteristics to help companies change and adapt for the future.”  Fast Company
USA – 1 January

Singapore Tonight News: Professor Chattopadhyay Interview in Channel News Asia
(Interview segment starts at 9:25 min)
Amitava Chattopadhyay, INSEAD Professor of Marketing, discusses how Singapore Airlines (SIA) sudden reversal of decision to charge consumers an additional credit card transaction fee will impact its brand and what the airline could have done before implementing such fee changes.   Channel NewsAsia
Singapore – 4 January