I attended the Leeds school of business at the University of Colorado, and I the sum of what I learned from 4 years at that fine institution can be summed in the following sentence:
A conscience is a terrible thing.
There is nothing more eloquent, true, nor extensive than the ability to type efficiently(universally taught in every business school), excepting the capability to eschew any sense of conscience. It is what makes the world of business go ’round.
If you wish to spank it to a copy of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged or (the condensed version) The Fountainhead, business school is the place for you.