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Bound for Wall Street with hopes of doing more than making money

At Rutgers Business School, Lauren Kelly studied finance and combined it with a second major in math. She joined clubs, made connections, accepted advice and got a sense of the financial industry through a series of internships. After graduation, she will begin working full time at Morgan Stanley in Lower Manhattan, where she will be part of a team that specializes in engineering investment options for clients. The work, Kelly says, is "mathie and technical." In other words, perfect. More ›

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

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On a roll: Bergen Community College students are case competition champions (again)

This year, M&T Bank was the presenting sponsor of the New Jersey County College Case Competition, which attracted teams from County College of Morris, Essex County College, Hudson County Community College, Ocean County College, Passaic County Community College, Sussex County Community College and Union County College as well as Bergen. More ›

Monday, April 10, 2017

TAGS: Admissions Case Competition Mentoring Programs Social Impact Undergraduate

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Rutgers Business School and iFlytek create joint Big Data Lab

Rutgers Business School and iFlytek, a China-based information technology company, have jointly established a Big Data Laboratory with an initial endowment of $1 million from iFlytek for a five-year period. The laboratory aims to support iFlytek’s technological development, application and popularization of the big data field, and further deepen industry-university cooperation. More ›

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

TAGS: Big Data Corporate Partners Data Mining Hui Xiong Management Information Systems Research

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Professor is first woman at Rutgers Business School to receive an endowed chair

Professor Simi Kedia said she was "deeply honored" to receive the appointment. "All the work I’ve done has been done right here at Rutgers," she said. "I have a lot of fondness for Rutgers Business School, a lot of commitment and a deep sense of gratitude." More ›

Friday, March 31, 2017

TAGS: Endowed professorship Faculty Finance Investiture Lei Lei Simi Kedia

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Business Insight: A tax reform proposal for the people

Congress should demand that a carryover tax basis rule apply, but limited to marketable securities, the authors write in their opinion piece. When taxpayers pass away, the tax bases they had in their marketable securities would thus carry over to their heirs. Heirs who subsequently sold their inherited securities would then pay tax on all of the capital gains that accrued during the deceased taxpayer’s lifetime.  More ›

Thursday, March 30, 2017

TAGS: Business Insights Jay Soled Master of Accountancy in Taxation Taxation

Alexander Sannella speaks with The Newark Times about Rutgers' new professional development for students and the professoriate
Thursday, April 6, 2017
The Newark Times recently sat down with Dr. Bonita Vesey and Alexander Sannella, an associate professor at Rutgers Business School-Newark to learn about the new P3 Collaboratory (Pedagogy,...
Big Ten Network recognizes Rutgers Business School Hult Prize Winners
Monday, April 3, 2017
Big Ten Network
Orangi Town is a community of over 1,000,000 inhabitants, mostly refugees, in northwestern Karachi, Pakistan. Originally a squatter village, Orangi has seen its share of ups and downs, notably the...
Opening an outlet store within an existing store is an interesting experiment said Marc Kalan in
Friday, March 31, 2017
Attention shoppers: there is a new outlet store with designer deals in town, but it has a familiar name. And shoppers willing to brave Friday's windy, rainy weather got a sneak peek at Macy's...
Jay Soled and collaborators propose ending arcane tax benefit for the wealthy in The Hill
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The Hill
What do the three wealthiest entrepreneurs in the United States — Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett — have in common? Likely, not a single penny of income tax will be paid on their...
Rutgers Business School Executive Education bringing digital bootcamp to Dubai highlighted in Khaleej Times
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Khaleej Times
Rutgers Business School Executive Education is conducting a two-day Digital Bootcamp at the Media Rotana in Dubai. This program, offered by Rutgers Business School in partnership with Know How...