Over 330 alumni, students and faculty attended the 9th Annual LIBOR Finance Summit on April 26 held at Citi's world headquarters in New York City. Through the student club LIBOR and other initiatives, Rutgers Business School is building strong connections between alumni and students to connect to careers on Wall Street. More ›
The Lerner Center's annual health care symposium featured a discussion among a trio of veterans from the pharmaceutical industry – Gillian Woolett, a senior vice president at Avalere Health; Carlos Sattler, vice president of Sandoz’s clinical development and medical affairs; and Molly Burich, associate director of public policy at Boehringer Ingelheim. More ›
When he began the Rutgers Part-Time MBA program, one thing made it easier for Jonathan Anthony to manage his busy schedule: He could take Rutgers MBA classes at Drew University’s campus, which is roughly five minutes from his office in Morristown. More ›
Among business schools in the Tri-State area, the Rutgers Part-Time MBA program ranked No. 2, according to U.S. News & World Report. Rutgers ranked higher than Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business, University of Connecticut and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business. More ›
"Consider the fact that one of the cornerstones of the underground economy has been the use of cash," Tulane University professor James Alm and Rutgers Business School professor Jay Soled write in a piece published by The Conversation. "Those who want to cheat on their taxes love cash for the obvious reason that cash leaves no trail, making it extraordinarily challenging to trace. Yet, the use of cash to conduct economic transactions has probably seen its zenith." More ›
Amazon's electronic assistant foiled my first attempt at ordering a Domino's pie through one of the company's many platform plays. I also could have tweeted or texted or even turned on the TV. But I...