Rutgers Business School received the prestigious award from the International Economic Development Council for its Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative, a program that helps small businesses in New Jersey to grow, create jobs and have economic impact. More ›
Scott Palmer said he considered programs at other schools that would have required him to relocate and juggle class time with the demands of a growing company. "When you take a class, you participate and leave," he said. "Taking this program online allows me to take the principles I learn about and apply them immediately in real time." More ›
Spanos was in his first week of a master of accountancy in financial accounting program at Rutgers Business School when he got an opportunity to play for the Toronto Blue Jay’s farm baseball teams in West Virginia and Vancouver. "After my second season,” he said, "I knew it was time to move on.” He returned to Rutgers to complete his master's. The decision turned out to be a home run.
When US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer made overtures to acquire the British company AstraZeneca in 2014, it brought the phenomenon of “tax inversion” into the global headlights. Driving this proposed move by Pfizer, and later by Burger King and Chiquita Banana (among many others), was the fact that in late 2014, the combined state-federal income tax in the US was 40 percent compared to 21 percent in the UK. More ›
Rutgers Business School won a prestigious international award for helping small businesses in New Jersey to grow, create jobs and have economic impact.
The International Economic Development Council...