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Is the Age of the MBA Over?

As quants become the most sought-after talent on Wall Street, a business school degree is no longer a prerequisite for landing a hedge fund job.

       Illustration by Matt Chase.  Most traditional two-year MBA programs in the U.S. reported slumping applications last year over 2015 — in line with the trend of the last few years — according to the nonprofit Graduate Management Admission Council, which administers the GMAT. The number of schools with increasing applications was

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