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What Apple and AT&T should learn from Alibaba when pre-ordering an iPhone 6

Did you try to order the new Apple iPhone in the early hours of September 12th? Or followed the Twitter #iPhone6plus during the early hours of “pre-ordering”? What was or is your experience? And how would you like it to be? Wasting time an commiserating on twitter? Or simply getting what you want quickly and reliably? More ›

Monday, September 15, 2014

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Learning from the History of Globalization

This blog was originally posted on, where Rutgers Business School professor and Executive Education instructor Farok Contractor shares unbiased perspectives on international business issues. Reposted with permission. Today is a great day to remember that history matters. More ›

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Why Small Businesses Can't Think Small!

Small businesses today no longer have the option of “thinking small”. Why? According to McKinsey, businesses expect that new digital technologies will transform their businesses. Deloitte states technology enabled businesses are “rethinking how business gets done” and building a competitive advantage. Think, Netflix, iTunes… the list goes on validating this. More ›

Thursday, September 4, 2014

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Rutgers Business School Executive Education is poised for growth

In addition to offering programs in the areas of digital marketing, economics, finance, healthcare, ethics and leadership, there are plans to launch new programs in data analytics, risk, compliance, engineering and technology. A selection of these programs are planned to be offered in Singapore for the very first time. The program's global reach will also be accelerated by way of an expanded catalog of online offerings. More ›

Friday, August 29, 2014

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Rutgers Business School Executive Education instructor Rob Petersen summarized 16 social media metrics quantifying The Ice Bucket Challenge in BarnRaisers
Sunday, August 31, 2014
The Ice Bucket Challenge has its fans and critics. But there’s no denying, for a very worthwhile organization, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has generated tremendous awareness and financial success....
Mini-MBA Digital Marketing graduate and owner of Propel Media Group in final round of Start Something Challenge reported in NJBIZ
Monday, August 4, 2014
Chrishan Wright, who has worked in government relations and marketing since 1996, was able to turn her first unemployment experience into media content on downsizing for MSNBC and a blog featured on...
Judy Young announced Mini-MBA program in Ethical Leadership on NJBIZ
Thursday, July 31, 2014
The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School announced Thursday that it will be offering a new Mini-MBA program in Ethical Leadership. "This Mini-MBA includes ethics and values,...
Peter Methot, managing director, executive education, Rutgers Business School, featured trainer for search engine optimization webinar
Monday, July 14, 2014
Attendees of SEO for PR Update: Boost Buzz, Brand and Web Traffic with New Search Engine Marketing Tips will learn how to create the SEO-rich content, how to find the best keywords, how to use social...
Management lessons from NY Times editor firing
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Bloomberg News
While few people agree on just about any aspect of Jill Abramson’s dismissal as executive editor of the New York Times (NYT), there’s general consensus on this: The company didn’t handle it well....