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Thought leaders from the biopharmaceutical industry offer views on the future of drug development, pricing and U.S. regulatory climate.
Professor Jerome Williams chosen as next provost of RU-Newark.
Ted Baker selected to fill the George F. Farris Chair in Entrepreneurship.
Rutgers Business School News

Bringing professors of color into the classroom

While the PhD Project has helped to attract professionals of color into doctoral programs and academia, Rutgers Business School’s long-standing partnership with the organization has helped to form a faculty that is considered one of the most diverse in the nation. More ›

Friday, October 13, 2017

TAGS: Diversity Faculty Helen Brown-Liburd Jeffrey Robinson Jerome Williams PhD Project

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Faculty profile: Tax man in the classroom

Professor Jay Soled is working on a new paper about how technology is impacting the labor market and federal revenue receipts. Read more about Rutgers Business School's expert in taxation and director of the Master of Accountancy in Taxation program. More ›

Friday, October 13, 2017

TAGS: Faculty Graduate Admissions Jay Soled Master of Accountancy in Taxation

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Three reasons the MBA in Professional Accounting remains relevant at 60

Innovative in the sense that it was created for liberal arts students who haven’t studied accounting or business, the 60-year-old Rutgers MBA in Professional Accounting Program is still going strong and remains a smart path to an accounting career. More ›

Monday, September 25, 2017

TAGS: Alex Sannella Graduate Admissions MBA in Professional Accounting

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Business Insight: Why startup founders should be required to sign "No go, bro" clauses

In September 2012, SoFi, which had been founded the year before by Cagney and three Stanford Business School classmates with $2 million from Stanford alumni, received $77.2 million from U.S. and Asian investors. At that key moment, the investors pouring significant funding into a tiny startup could have, and should have, taken a strong hand in corporate governance.  More ›

Thursday, September 21, 2017

TAGS: Business Insights Faculty Leadership Wayne Eastman

China's growth rate wonderful for China and the world, said Farok Contractor in Gulf Today
Monday, October 16, 2017
The Gulf Today
NEW YORK: Chinese economy could sustain current growth rate of over 6 per cent for the foreseeable future, a US expert has said. "The growth rate has come down from the previous eight or 10 per cent...
Business translators: the important link between data analytics and applying results, by Miklos A. Vasarhelyi in The CPA Journal
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
The CPA Journal
The demand for accountants with data analytics skills is growing rapidly, providing for exceptional career opportunities. A recent McKinsey Global Institute study asserted that, even with additional...
Professor Kevin Lyons' local procurement initiative highlighted by NextCity.org
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
NextCity.org
Two years ago, Buffalo State College, University of Missouri–St. Louis, Rutgers University–Newark, Cleveland State University, Drexel University, and Virginia Commonwealth University each made a...
Bloomberg quotes Professor William McLaury about challenge faced by pharmaceutical manufacturers in storm-battered Puerto Rico
Friday, October 6, 2017
Bloomberg
None of the companies with operations on the island have said they expect shortages as a result of Maria, having stocked up inventories ahead of the storm, though industry watchers are concerned...
New Jersey "worse off" if itemized deductions eliminated, said Jay Soled in Asbury Park Press
Saturday, September 30, 2017
New Jersey is home to half of the 20 counties nationwide that would be hit hardest by President Donald Trump's tax plan, according to a New York University study released Friday. That's because they...