Eating Smart

Where you can eat like a future CEO

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alk about taking care of business. The future captains of industry who attend the Harvard Business School enjoy the fanciest cafeteria you’ve ever seen, with white-coated chefs attending salad and sushi bars, stir-fry grills, sandwich stations, and other tasty choices. The secret? It’s open to the public. Treat yourself like a future CEO and take your tray from the Spangler food court out into the ornate dining room, with its soaring ceiling, huge arched windows, carpets, drapes, boardroom-style tables, and high-backed wooden chairs. There’s even wine and beer at dinner (and outdoor seating in warm weather). You’ll wonder what the poor people are having. Or, more likely, let them slip your mind altogether. Herder

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Harvard Business School grads earned median starting salaries of $138,346 a year in 2012, the last period for which the figures are available—less than grads of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania or the Tuck School at Dartmouth.

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