"With the unemployment rate falling, my students were asking why people still felt so anxious about the economy and, in particular, the job market," said Langdana. "The unemployment rate is one of our most eagerly anticipated statistics, yet it is fraught with deficiencies and limitations." More ›
This is the time of year when budgets are finalized for the new calendar year and look what’s happening…marketing functions are commanding a larger portion of the SG&A budget (Selling, General and Administrative) at the expense of the Sales Department. And for good reasons! More ›
Programs such as the new Mini-MBA: Business Leadership Transition for Military and Veterans, and the Mini-MBA: Engineering and Technology Management offer service men and women an opportunity to supplement their military skills and experience with business knowledge that enhances their marketability to large and small companies. More ›
By now the facts are clear to most market-watchers. Switzerland, one of a handful of “safe haven” countries, has been hammered every time there is a “flight to safety” (which means investors park their money in what are perceived as low-risk investments, in this case the Swiss currency). As the Swiss franc appreciated with global capital fleeing global crises and rushing into Switzerland, its exports got clobbered. And since Switzerland is an export-heavy country, this was a problem. More ›
Rutgers Business School in Newark will be offering a two-day executive educational program called Executive Leadership: An Ethical Journey to Success.
The program, hosted by The Institute for Ethical...