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Three reasons the MBA in Professional Accounting remains relevant at 60

Innovative in the sense that it was created for liberal arts students who haven’t studied accounting or business, the 60-year-old Rutgers MBA in Professional Accounting Program is still going strong and remains a smart path to an accounting career. More ›

Monday, September 25, 2017

TAGS: Alex Sannella Graduate Admissions MBA in Professional Accounting

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Roshni Rides team wins $1 million Hult Prize

Senior Gia Farooqi, new graduates Hasan Usmani and Moneeb Mian and alumna Hanaa Lakhani created the Roshni Rides startup as a way of answering the 2017 Hult Prize Challenge of developing a business capable of restoring the dignity of one million refugees by 2022. More ›

Sunday, September 17, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Social Entrepreneurship Student Experiences Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Graduate students find a short, intense path to careers in accounting

Two weeks into the program, students are invited to an alumni reception which kicks off a series of meet-and-greet events with accounting companies, interspersed with networking activities and recruiting presentations, followed by a sprint of mock interviews.  More ›

Friday, September 1, 2017

TAGS: Accounting Graduate Students Jobs MBA in Professional Accounting

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Business Insight: Creating effective digital habits for yourself and your company

One of the tricky areas to get right in today’s world is the balance between being connected to work through our wireless devices and protecting some pure time off. More ›

Thursday, August 31, 2017

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L'Oréal features alumna Courtney Durkin in new podcast highlighting women workers

A 2015 graduate of Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick, Courtney Durkin has worked in operations at the international cosmetic giant L’Oréal for two years. She began as a contract manufacturing buyer and is currently a package developer for consumer products. More ›

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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China's growth rate wonderful for China and the world, said Farok Contractor in Gulf Today
Monday, October 16, 2017
The Gulf Today
NEW YORK: Chinese economy could sustain current growth rate of over 6 per cent for the foreseeable future, a US expert has said. "The growth rate has come down from the previous eight or 10 per cent...
Business translators: the important link between data analytics and applying results, by Miklos A. Vasarhelyi in The CPA Journal
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
The CPA Journal
The demand for accountants with data analytics skills is growing rapidly, providing for exceptional career opportunities. A recent McKinsey Global Institute study asserted that, even with additional...
New Jersey "worse off" if itemized deductions eliminated, said Jay Soled in Asbury Park Press
Saturday, September 30, 2017
New Jersey is home to half of the 20 counties nationwide that would be hit hardest by President Donald Trump's tax plan, according to a New York University study released Friday. That's because they...
"The Roshni Rides team focused on making a difference," said adviser Alok Baveja in The Inquirer
Friday, September 22, 2017
The Inquirer
For recent Rutgers graduate Hasan Usmani, the sight of the vast Karachi slum was a shock, despite his family connections and previous visits to Pakistan. The 8,000-acre Orangi Town, home to 2.5...
CEOs fired for misconduct should forfeit their stocks, argued Wayne Eastman in Fortune
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Fortune
Why Startup Founders Should Be Required to Sign a 'No Go, Bro' ClauseBy Wayne Eastman and Andrea Marino The recent resignation of Social Finance CEO Mike Cagney, in the wake of allegations that he...