Studying business is like majoring in work. Business majors should just go to work.
The next time someone says, “we need to think outside the box,” ask them, “why? what’s outside the box?”
A necktie functions like a tourniquet, preventing excess blood from entering the head.
They call it “risk management” because that’s a less obvious contradiction than “random chance control.”
My integrity is not for sale and won’t be until it can fetch a better price.
The only bosses I like are the one’s unsuited for the job.
The ‘counter’ in counter culture now refers to the counter at a clothing store.
Company loyalty can often be explained via Stockholm syndrome.
You can always tell the brightest students by the end of business school. The last thing they learn is how to fleece a mark and they derive that knowledge from their most recent experience.