Friday, November 7, 2014

Daze de l'école

Former French economy minister decides to learn a thing or two (better late than jamais?);
Left-wing firebrand [Arnaud] Montebourg, who was replaced by former investment banker Emmanuel Macron in a cabinet reshuffle in August after criticising the government’s economic policies, will start at the prestigious private Insead business school on Monday as a live-in student.
Of course, as a socialist, he will have someone else pay the 34,000 Euro tuition.
“I decided to go back to school because I learned over the last two years that running a business is a real skill,” said the former Socialist minister, whose portfolio included industrial renewal, was quoted as saying by Le Monde on Friday.
Best thing; the school teaches its courses in English.

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