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An idea for generating power from waves becomes a promising start-up business at Rutgers

"I’m an engineer, but I like to learn new things, and I thought this would make me well rounded," doctoral student Jubilee Prasad Rao said about his decision to take Rutgers Business School's Collaborative for Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization. Besides, he added, "to get things done in the real world, you need management skills as well as technical skills." More ›

Monday, June 5, 2017

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Weaving together essentials for success in the fashion industry

Sarah Jacobson was researching MBA programs when she came across an advertisement for Rutgers Business School’s Master of Science in Business of Fashion. The program suited her perfectly. More ›

Friday, May 26, 2017

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Business Insight: Technology ushers in era of relationship overload

"Why is it so hard to shut down the steady stream of requests and information about other people that come our way, even if the risks in terms of cognitive burnout are so great," the authors, ask in a blog originally published by Thrive "In short, because we are hard-wired to be social animals, to get energized from hearing gossip, to want to be noticed by other people, and to want to constantly compare ourselves to others to see how we measure up." More ›

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Confidence, innovation, and ethics resonate through graduate program convocation

Rutgers Business School students completing graduate programs in Newark and New Brunswick gathered at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on May 19 for convocation and celebration.  More ›

Monday, May 22, 2017

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Amelia Seecharan, BS '17: "Student involvement is embedded in the DNA of Rutgers Business School"

"One of the many things that I love about Rutgers Business School – Newark is the wide array of organizations that it offers to students to help them grow personally and professionally," said Amelia Seecharan, who is a recipient of this year's Distinguished Leadership Award.  More ›

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

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Newark on the precipice of a vibrant renaissance, said Carl Goldberg in
Thursday, June 22, 2017
The Newark City Council is scheduled for a vote Wednesday night on a rule requiring 20 percent of large residential projects be set aside for people with low and moderate incomes to keep housing...
CEOWORLD magazine ranked Rutgers Business School 7th in the nation for earning an accounting degree
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
School of Accountancy at the Brigham Young University is the top American college for an accounting degree, according to an annual ranking of 50 best colleges in the United States for an accounting...
"Smartphones can be as addictive as heroin," said Terri Kurtzberg in the Asbury Park Press
Thursday, June 15, 2017
 Terri Kurtzberg associate professor in the Management & Global Business department at Rutgers Business School got her daughter, Jillian, a smart phone for her 12th birthday, and asked her...
Rudolf Leuschner and Sengun Yeniyurt study spotlights a major pain point in retailer and supplier relations featured in Retail Leader
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Retail Leader
A new study from researchers Rudolf Leuschner and Sengun Yeniyurt at Rutgers Business School spotlights a major pain point in retailer and supplier relations: "The Rutgers Business School Payment...
Automation and IT cost 4 times as many U.S. jobs as immigration and trade, wrote Farok J. Contractor in YaleGlobal Online
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Nationalistic politicians rising around the globe, in varying degrees, espouse an "our country first" mentality displaying skepticism or outright hostility toward globalization. Globalization's ills...