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 ›
Alumna Aisha Khan said when she went to interview for an internship at Johnson & Johnson, she realized other Supply Chain Management programs didn’t have the same focus on procurement – something that helped her to land the internship. That led to a full-time job at Johnson & Johnson. "Rutgers is staying on top of the industry’s needs," she said. "It helped me to get where I am today." More ›
At Rutgers Business School, Johnny Torrance-Nesbitt concentrated in finance and management, studying under Professors Nancy DiTomaso, Jim Bicksler, and Paul Nadler. He completed his MBA in 1988. More ›
There are two paths in which continued improvement can be carried out: either by companies taking on the initiative of creating standards and organizations which promote fair labor practices in manufacturing facilities; or having regulations imposed on them by governmental agencies in host countries in which they are manufacturing goods. More ›
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...