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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

Business Insight: What the G20 leaders need to do

Professor Farok Contractor, who teaches international business, said communication and coordination will be key tasks for leaders from the 20 most powerful economies in the world as they contemplate new policies in Hangzhou, China, in early September. More ›

Friday, August 19, 2016

TAGS: Business Insights Expertise Farok Contractor International Business

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MBA alumnus is all business at CNBC, but a long-shelved script reveals his more creative side

In his early days at CNN, David Spiegel, Rutgers MBA '14, spent weekends with his composer brother working on a musical, a "passion project," that he called Camp Rolling Hills. Eventually, the script was finished by Spiegel’s brother, Adam, a New York City-based composer and lyricist, and author Stacy Davidowitz. The musical will be performed six times this week by Center State Theatre Company as part of the New York Musical Festival.  More ›

Thursday, August 4, 2016

TAGS: Alumni Alumni Profile Marketing MBA Part-Time MBA

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This summer camp is all business

"We open up their ideas about college, studying business, and the range of career possibilities," said Senior Associate Dean Martin Markowitz. "Most of the students have vague notions of what accountants or financial advisers do. It was an entirely new world when we took them to an information technology company where executives explained IT supply chain management." More ›

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

TAGS: Accounting and Information Systems Entrepreneurship Finance and Economics Marketing Marty Markowitz Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick

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A magnet for drawing tech startups to Newark is tucked within the floors of Rutgers Business School

In an interview, Thomas Wisniewski, managing partner of Newark Venture Partners, explains the plan to create a hub of tech companies in Newark. If NVP succeeds, it could take the city’s economic development to a whole new level. More ›

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

TAGS: City of Newark Entrepreneurship Newark Venture Partners Social Impact Tech-Startups

"Consumers can differentiate corporate social responsibility from veiled attempts to pad their bottom line," said Jerry Kim in the Chicago Tribune
Monday, August 22, 2016
Chicago Tribune
McDonald's plan to get kids active by providing them with fitness trackers ended almost as quickly as it started. The fast food company replaced the toys in its Happy Meals with pedometers, but soon...
Miklos Vasarhelyi co-authored data analytics article published in The Journal of the Global Accounting Alliance
Monday, August 15, 2016
Why CPAs and organizations need to learn to use advanced technology to predict and achieve outcomes. As technology continues to evolve, it promotes changes to business models and surprises those who...
Institute for Ethical Leadership announced Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility
Thursday, August 11, 2016
The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School Newark, and the Governance & Accountability Institute announce their second program in the two-day learning and knowledge-sharing...
Rutgers Business School MBA alumnus Joseph J. Ciaffoni appointed as president, Endo International U.S. Branded Pharmaceuticals
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
"We are excited to announce the addition of Joe to the Endo executive team. His industry experience is extensive and includes building commercial businesses, leading multi-function organizations and...
"Interactions and relationships more important in service businesses," said Jerome Williams in the Boston Herald
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Boston Herald
When Terina McKinney displays her leather bags and belts at events attended primarily by Black women, they are often interested in her designs, and in her experience as an African-American business...