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AIR DATE: July 27, 2009

The mortgage mess and the foreclosure crisis were created by some of the best and the brightest, who came from top business schools. Those graduate schools think of themselves as incubators of the next generation of financial and economic wisdom but Journalist Philip Delves Broughton found that two years at Harvard Business School was really a Faustian bargain - exactly the kind of deal that would create the overconfidence that nearly destroyed the financial system.
Philip Delves Broughton, Author of "Ahead of the Curve: Two Years at Harvard Business School"

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