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Eight women enrolled in Harvard Business School’s two-year MBA program for the first time in 1963, following a December vote by faculty. By 1979, that number grew to 15 women. And today—50 years later—females represent 40 percent of the School’s entering
While earning her MBA at Harvard Business School (HBS), Danielle Weinblatt struck up a conversation with Andrew Paradise (then CEO of AisleBuyer) about the frustrations of interviewing job applicants. "It's that painful experience of meeting a...
Union Square Ventures recently posted an opening for an investment analyst. (used Take the Interview) Instead of asking for résumés, the New York venture-capital firm—which has invested in Twitter, Foursquare, Zynga and other technology companies—asked ap
Another company, Take the Interview, launched last September, allows employers to screen candidates with asynchronous (not live) video interviews based on questions they design or choose out of a data base of some 6000 questions. CEO-Founder Danielle Wein
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UpdateTake the Interview is now working with the NYC Dept of Education.
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Harvard Business School Celebrates 50 Years of Trailblazing Women & Encourages Female Leadership
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