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CEOs With Top College Degrees No Better Than Ones Without

Nov 17, 2010 | Updated May 25, 2011

A new study has revealed that whether or not a company's CEO holds a college degree from a top school has no bearing on the firm's long-term performance.

The research conducted by University of New Hampshire also showed that when it comes to getting canned for poor performance, CEOs with degrees from the nation's most prestigious schools are no safer than the average CEO.

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