Rutgers Business School News

The big job of helping small business

After graduating with her Rutgers MBA, Brenda Hopper worked for several years in sales at IBM. Then in 1991, she got the call to head the New Jersey Small Business Development Center, headquartered at Rutgers Business School in Newark. "I saw an opportunity to make a real difference,” she said. More ›

Friday, February 24, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Profile City of Newark Finance Marketing MBA New Jersey Small Business Development Center

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Urban wind turbine project wins technology ventures class competition

Gary Minkoff, Rutgers Business School (RBS) instructor of professional practice, recently awarded the prizes to the winning team in the joint program/competition in his technology ventures class. The class is offered in partnership with the design and manufacturing class in the School of Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) program, which is led by Professor Mina Pilegri, and her graduate assistants, Brandon Ashworth and Merrill Edmonds. More ›

Monday, February 20, 2017

TAGS: Business Plan Competition Entrepreneurship Gary Minkoff Management and Global Business Teamwork

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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

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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

"Our Black and Latino Tech Initiative will support technology start-ups with essential information," said Lyneir Richardson on PR Underground
Thursday, February 23, 2017
PR Underground
Rutgers Business School's Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED), a research driven, practitioner-oriented program that supports minority entrepreneurs, will present...
"Using a credit card responsibly can save you time and money," said John Longo in WalletHub
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Ask the Experts John Longo, professor of professional practice in the finance & economics at Rutgers Business School What was your first credit card? How was the experience? What would you...
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
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...