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M&T Bank sponsors 2017 New Jersey County College Case Competition

In addition to financial support for the competition, M&T will offer their bankers as advisers to participating community college students throughout New Jersey.  More ›

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

TAGS: Case Competition Corporate Partners Undergraduate

Rutgers Business School News

B-STAR program is recognized by educators for making an impact

"Through meaningful ideas and increasing opportunities for engagement, Rutgers Business School has created a remarkable impact, to ensure a better and more connected world for many years to come," said Tom R. Robinson, president and chief executive officer of AACSB International. More ›

Friday, February 10, 2017

TAGS: Awards Charles A. Brown Diversity Social Impact

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Three reasons a Rutgers Masters of Quantitative Finance makes sense if you’re a wiz at math, finance or economics

The Master of Quantitative Finance isn’t only for people who have studied math or finance. Have an undergraduate degree in engineering or economics? This specialty master’s program will add to your knowledge and enhance your marketability. More ›

Friday, February 10, 2017

TAGS: Finance Graduate Admissions Graduate Students Master of Quantitative Finance

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Enduring ties to industry pay off for Rutgers, supply chain students

Alumna Aisha Khan said when she went to interview for an internship at Johnson & Johnson, she realized other Supply Chain Management programs didn’t have the same focus on procurement – something that helped her to land the internship. That led to a full-time job at Johnson & Johnson. "Rutgers is staying on top of the industry’s needs," she said. "It helped me to get where I am today." More ›

Friday, February 10, 2017

TAGS: Corporate Partners Rankings Supply Chain Management

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Business Insight: Labor remains a wrinkle in fashion industry's supply chain

There are two paths in which continued improvement can be carried out: either by companies taking on the initiative of creating standards and organizations which promote fair labor practices in manufacturing facilities; or having regulations imposed on them by governmental agencies in host countries in which they are manufacturing goods. More ›

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

TAGS: Business Insights Master of Supply Chain Management Supply Chain

M&T Bank partnership to expand County College Case Competition "training students of every background to become tomorrow's business leaders," said Lei Lei in Yahoo Finance
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Yahoo Finance
M&T Bank and Rutgers Business School have launched a new partnership for the second annual Rutgers Business School New Jersey County College Case Competition, with M&T serving as the...
Rutgers Business School: elite, and so close to New York City internship opportunities, said Everett Wormley in On The Banks
Monday, February 13, 2017
On The Banks
With all the hoopla of National Signing Day behind us, I had a chance to catch up with, Burlington Township’s and 2017 Scarlet Knight Signee, Everett Wormley for an exclusive interview for all of...
"This is a great opportunity for Lyft," said Michael Barnett in Crain's
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Crain's
Recent political events may have provided an opening for Uber's competitors to take a bite out of the ride-sharing service's dominance in New York. During demonstrations at JFK Airport two weeks ago...
Brick, NJ video store closing after 27 years, "they outlasted everyone" said Marc Kalan in Asbury Park Press
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Bob's Video Time will close on Saturday after 27 years, its owners said this week, admitting that they had no answers left for technology that was making their store obsolete. Bob and Donna...
Valentin Dimitrov's research on Market Timing and Risk cited again, ValueWalk
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
ValueWalk
An exceedingly helpful paper on the topic of this column (the merit of valuations-based market timing) was recently published by Valentin Dimitrov of Rutgers Business School and Prem C. Jain of the...