Rutgers Business School News

Faculty Snapshot: the best decision in theory may require adjustments in application

"I seek to help students to accept an appreciation that decision making embraces the selection of the optimal decision yet acknowledges the implementation process necessitates adjustment to maximize outcomes." More ›

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

TAGS: Daniel Stubbs Faculty Master of Accountancy in Financial Accounting

Rutgers Business School News

Speaker Series: Revlon & Elizabeth Arden marketing SVP inspires students

Rahul Mehrotra, senior vice president of marketing services, Revlon | Elizabeth Arden, shared his winding and changing career path with Rutgers Business School marketing and management students during the October 31 Business Leaders Speaker Series. He told students that he knew what he liked and did not like, but "you can't really plan your career path." More ›

Friday, November 3, 2017

TAGS: Denis Hamilton John Uslay Kristina Durante Management and Global Business Marketing Speaker Series

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Faculty Snapshot: His research influences market structures, saving investors tens of millions of dollars

"As an academic, I have been able to influence the current structure of markets," said Professor Daniel G Weaver. "I have testified before Congress twice, and the SEC once. Exchanges have changed their rules because of the results of my research. This has saved investors tens of millions of dollars." More ›

Thursday, November 2, 2017

TAGS: Daniel Weaver Faculty research Master of Financial Analysis

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Experiences: A networking opportunity, a valuable contact leads to rewarding summer internship

"I made small talk with Mr. Helleriegel during that first meeting and I expressed enthusiasm to learn more about the industry, the company and the division he was heading," MBA student Sai Prashanth Reddy Gangula wrote in an essay. "Later I followed it up by reaching out to him on LinkedIn. When the school sent resumes for an internship position later, Mr. Helleriegel recommended me for the position, and that’s how I got an opportunity to work at Estee Lauder." More ›

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

TAGS: Corporate Partners Full-Time MBA Internships MBA Networking Student Experiences Supply Chain Management

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Symposium to tackle how to prepare the next generation workforce for the “new economy”

Rutgers Business School Symposium for Community Engagement - "Taking the Pulse of the Region’s Business: Is Our Workforce Healthy Enough to Thrive?"  More ›

Thursday, October 26, 2017

TAGS: Business Development City of Newark Community Social Impact

Morris Davis chaired Shortage of Land committee of Smart Growth Economic Development Coalition
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
ROI-NJ
For all the campaign talk about funding pensions, sanctuary cities and legalizing marijuana, the business community knows one issue will dictate the success or failure of the next governor’s...
Rutgers Business School report finds racial discrimination in small business lending
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Newark Patch
A new report unveiled by Rutgers Business School reports that minority-owned businesses seeking small business loans are treated differently than their white counterparts, despite having identical...
Darius Palia and colleagues' research in Legal Theory Blog: Appraisal Arbitrage and Shareholder Value
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Scott Callahan (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - Rutgers Business School), Darius Palia (Rutgers Business School; Center for Contract & Economic Organization), Eric L. Talley (...
Black Friday remains an opportunity for both online and brick-and-mortar retailers, said Sandy Becker in NJ101.5
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Thanksgiving means turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie — and don't forget Black Friday specials to start the holiday shopping season. Some stores are already out with their sales, while specials are "...
MBA students make impact in healthcare, said Dean Vera in TopMBA
Monday, November 6, 2017
TopMBA
Business school students are increasingly pursuing careers in healthcare, according to anecdotal evidence from schools, where they can positively improve patient care, whether working in the finance...