Deal promises sex in the park

September 5, 2003

Oxford Brookes Business School is to offer consultancy and research to its neighbouring business park, MEPC Milton Park, while providing its executive tenants with MBA courses. In return, tenant companies will host student placements. But The Diary is concerned that the business park's newsletter has got rather overexcited. Under the headline "In Bed Together: MEPC Milton Park ties the knot with Oxford Brookes Business School", the autumn issue says the alliance "promises to be not only a marriage of convenience but a sexy one, too".

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