Chicago, Stanford, and IESE top UK newspaper's annual ranking

The Economist Intelligence Unit (UK) has published its 2007 ranking of full-time MBA programs. According to this year's ranking, an increasingly decisive factor determining ranking is the quality of careers services at business schools.

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The top ten programs in this year's ranking are listed below.

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