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While the catalogue doesn't yet list a course titled "Business Board IA," a Business competition offers each candidate the opportunity to gain sound financial experience and a knowledge of the ins and outs of the business world.
Prospective tycoons will find the CRIMSON a successful business concern, confronted with the manifold problems involved in conducting such an organization. Aspiring magnates will learn how these problems are met, as well as practicing the fine points of selling, and developing valuable self-assurance.
During the competition candidates will be assigned many different tasks including the traditional jobs of running copy and collecting bills. They will familiarize themselves with the newspaperman's special lingo, and in the end will be elected on the basis of their ingenuity creativeness, and all-around ability.
Budding Rockefellers will find CRIMSON business training an invaluable stepping stone to future financial fame and fortunes. They may even learn to make money too.
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