By James Kwak
I’m in the United Club at SFO waiting for a flight, and the bar is closed until 8. So much for business travel.
I just published a post over at Medium that is really about two things: how both airline marketers and on-campus recruiters perpetuate the idea that air travel is glamorous, even when all of us know that it isn’t. It’s sort of a sequel to one of my favorite posts of those I’ve written, “Why Do Harvard Kids Head to Wall Street?” which I think is the one Paul Tough mentioned in his book about grit. Now that it’s recruiting season in the Ivy League, I thought it might be useful.
Also, last week I wrote a post about the HP breakup and what it implies about corporate management.