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9th Annual LIBOR Finance Summit celebrates Rutgers alumni-student connections to Wall Street

Over 330 alumni, students and faculty attended the 9th Annual LIBOR Finance Summit on April 26 held at Citi's world headquarters in New York City. Through the student club LIBOR and other initiatives, Rutgers Business School is building strong connections between alumni and students to connect to careers on Wall Street.  More ›

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

TAGS: Alumni Ben Sopranzetti Finance Ivan Brick LIBOR Undergraduate New Brunswick Wall Street

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Quant Summit features high-level discussion of new market structure

The quant summit has become a tradition of the highly-ranked Rutgers MQF program, showcasing its thought leadership, its strong ties to Wall Street and its ability to connect students with alumni and other working professionals in the field.  More ›

Monday, April 11, 2016

TAGS: Alumni Finance Master of Quantitative Finance Networking Quant Summit Ronnee Ades Wall Street Yangru Wu

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Rutgers MBA alumnae are stand-outs in their new supply chain careers

Two graduates of the Rutgers Full-Time MBA program are listed among the 30 under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars published by the Institute for Supply Management and ThomasNet.com. Sarah Kruse Harse and Aisha Khan graduated in 2014. Both are now working at Johnson & Johnson. More ›

Monday, March 7, 2016

TAGS: Alumni Awards Full-Time MBA Marketing Pharmaceutical Management Supply Chain Management

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Equity, a new film detailing the struggles of women on Wall Street, has deep Rutgers ties

Among the nearly 30 women backing the film, are two Rutgers alumna, Beverly Aisenbrey and Suzanna Curry. Aisenbrey, who graduated from Douglass College in 1975 and from Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick in 1982, recently retired as managing director of the executive compensation firm Frederic W. Cook & Co. in New York City. More ›

Thursday, February 4, 2016

TAGS: Alumni MBA Wall Street

Globe Advisor highlights where a Rutgers MBA has taken alumni
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Globe Advisor
No stranger to entrepreneurship, MBA alumnus Desi Saran joined up with friends Robert Giuliani and Abby Taylor last year and helped them to win the top prize of $20,000 at the annual Rutgers...
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity named Rutgers Business School Executive MBA alumnus SY Lau Media Person of the Year
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Cannes Lions
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has today held a press conference in Beijing to announce that it will honour SY Lau, Senior Executive Vice President of Tencent, President of...
Joseph Taylor, CEO and chairman of Panasonic North America Feb. 20 CEO Lecture Series
Friday, February 14, 2014
Joseph Taylor, CEO and chairman of Panasonic North America, will provide Rutgers Business School students with an insightful look at leadership and strategy on Thursday, Feb. 20 as the next featured...
Rutgers MBA Alumnus Michael O'Neill Appointed CEO of Broadcast Music, Inc.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), a global leader in music rights management, today announced that the Board of Directors has unanimously elected Michael O'Neill as Chief Executive Officer effective...
KPI: What is a Key Performance Indicator?
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Mashable.com
KPIs are often seen as a cure to what ails the online ad industry. During AOL's first-quarter earnings call in 2012, CEO Tim Armstrong discussed how he was trying to convince more advertisers to...