Without Bill Rasmussen’s fanaticism for sports and his entrepreneurial spirit, the world might not have Sports Center or wall-to-wall coverage of March Madness and the College World Series. Rasmussen changed not only sports broadcasting but also how the world watches television when he founded ESPN, which became the world’s first network to broadcast around the clock when it went live on September 7, 1979. More ›
At the State Theatre New Jersey, hundreds of Rutgers Business School alumni, staff and students were entertained by the Rutgers University Glee Club and enlightened by Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media. More ›
Innovations in Graduate Business Education was the second major conference hosted by Rutgers Business School in the past two years. Its ability to collaborate with other business schools and cultivate thought leadership represents another aspect of membership in the Big Ten Conference. More ›
The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), one of the largest and most respected associations focused exclusively on advancing the management accounting profession, endorsed Rutgers Business School's Master of Accountancy in Financial Accounting program curriculum. More ›
Playa Bowls, which morphed from a Jersey Shore sidewalk stand to a storefront last year, is making its first move inland with a new location in New Brunswick. It’s the latest chapter in the story of a business with Rutgers Business School’s imprint on it. More ›
The audit field is rapidly evolving. Changes such as the emergence of continuous auditing, data analytics, Big Data, and integration of information technology require auditors to have new approaches...
Violence and poverty took center stage at a west Louisville forum on Wednesday.
It was part of "The West Louisville Forum: Solutions for Urban American" held at the St. Stephen Baptist Church Family...