Copenhagen Business School

Age: 94

Euro*MBA

Age: 15

DCU Business School

Age: 30

TiasNimbas Business School

Age: Combined, Tias and Nimbas clock up 41 years' experience in delivering business education.

ALBA Graduate Business School

Age: 19

EDHEC Business School

Age: 105

SDA Bocconi School of Management

Age: 40

LINK International Institute of Management

Age: 19

Business Diary: UBS lays down the law – on pants

News reaches us, via Reuters, of what could be a fabulous opportunity in Swiss banking – UBS is going to need some underwear inspectors. The Swiss bank has just introduced a 52-page guide for staff who have face-time with customers, an unhealthy amount of which seems to focus on under-garments. Flesh-coloured underwear and tights are mandatory, for example, and UBS also warns against the dangers of underwear that is too tight. The new rules are being trialled in five branches of the bank, but if this goes global it is going to need policing.

Business Diary: Office knees-ups cost half-a-billion

Phew, we were starting to worry. Without certain hardy perennials – a Daily Mail story about repeats on the telly, for example – it just isn't Christmas. And with less than two weeks to go, we hadn't seen the "cost of the Christmas party" classic. Fortunately, here's Travelodge with some dubious research about the economic cost of a knees-up. "This revelry will cost £620m," the budget hotel group reckons. "On average, workers will spend three hours and five minutes just staring into space due to a raging hangover."

Kingston Business School

Age: 44

Bristol Business School, UWE

Age: 116

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