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Power looks like a woman in 2018 and beyond

Power has, for centuries, looked and sounded like a man, but that is changing. Lisbeth Knudsen, Margrethe Vestager, and Marianne Dahl Steensen, all women in leading positions , came to CBS on the 8th of March to discuss what future female leaders want to fight for. Together with the audience, they created a manifest, which was handed over to Karen Ellemann, the Minister of Equal Opportunities. Hear what she wants to use it for in the film.

A Scottish case team surprised the organizers of CBS Case Competition OPEN

The case team representing the University of Glasgow surprised Jeppe Tranekær, the leader of CBS Case Competition OPEN, as they flew in for the finals. Something which the case competition organizers haven't tried before. Jeppe Tranekær hopes that more international teams will fly in for the OPEN case competition in the future.

Stop the world! I want to get off!

Is this a familiar feeling? Margrethe Vestager, EU’s powerful trustbuster, whom business leaders around the world fear to be contacted by, has a simple solution to get a grip on our complex world. Invited by the student organization International Debate CBS, she just visited CBS.

They won the election at CBS – Here’s what they have on their minds?

More feedback, opening up the Academic Council, creating more of an impact on our education, and working with the educational profile. These are some of the themes that the three elected students, from the Academic Council and the Board of CBS, want to work towards in the coming year. Meet them at CBS WIRE and listen to their 1-minute elevator pitch.

Top CEOs: Travel, learn languages and be human

It’s not only about getting good grades and be hard working to succeed in the future job market. The business leaders, Stina Vrang Elias, Richard Emerton and Louise Seest put emphasis on the importance of being curious to the world, critical and human as crucial competences.