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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

Unique graduate program allows teacher to pursue new career in accounting

"I wanted to change careers, but I didn’t want to be in school for years," Scott Lissner said. "I liked the idea that the MBA in Professional Accounting Program was 14-months long and it was designed for people who didn’t have a business background." More ›

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

TAGS: Accounting Alex Sannella Graduate Admissions MBA in Professional Accounting

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Master of Financial Analysis graduates forging impressive careers

"The MFinA program prepared me for my role with the State of New Jersey by equipping me with the necessary skill set that I need to start my career in finance on a strong note," said Neel Patel. More ›

Friday, March 24, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Daniel Weaver Finance and Economics Master of Financial Analysis

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Rutgers Executive Education offers Mini-MBA for healthcare providers

Contemporary healthcare professionals and managers need to understand rapidly evolving regulatory requirements, standards of quality and accountability and the mindset of contemporary patients. Understanding the fundamentals of accounting, business and law as they apply to the field is also critical in today’s complex healthcare environment.  More ›

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

TAGS: Executive Education Health Care Mini-MBA

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Rutgers team wins regional phase of prestigious Hult Prize Challenge

The Rutgers Business School team, made up of seniors Najeeha "Gia" Farooqi, Moneeb Mian, Hasan Usmani and alumna Hanaa Lakhani, won first place at the Hult Prize regionals in Boston after giving an impressive six-minute pitch about Roshni Rides, an eco-friendly rickshaw transportation business they are proposing to operate in refugee settlements. More ›

Monday, March 6, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Student Experiences Supply Chain Management Undergraduate

Jay Soled and collaborators propose ending arcane tax benefit for the wealthy in The Hill
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The Hill
What do the three wealthiest entrepreneurs in the United States — Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett — have in common? Likely, not a single penny of income tax will be paid on their...
M&T Bank and Rutgers Business School partnership expands New Jersey County College Case Competition (NJC4) featured in Parsippany Focus
Monday, March 27, 2017
M&T Bank and Rutgers Business School have launched a new partnership for the second annual Rutgers Business School New Jersey County College Case Competition, with M&T serving as the...
Arthur Guarino explains how Trump's stance on trade could impact N.J. in Asbury Park Press
Friday, March 24, 2017
How will President Donald Trump’s promise to renegotiate trade agreements to make them more favorable to American businesses and workers affect New Jersey? Which countries are New Jersey’s biggest...
"Focus on being profitable, first," said Lyneir Richardson in dun & bradstreet B2B
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Lyneir Richardson is a full-time faculty member at Rutgers Business School in Newark, NJ. He is leading new programs focused on helping minority entrepreneurs get capital from public sources and...
Two recent graduates named to 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
THOMASNET.com® and the Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) are pleased to sponsor the third annual 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars Recognition Program. We seek to acknowledge young...