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Rutgers Insight: What is your reputation worth?

The business world gets more competitive every day. Naturally, people are looking for advantages to set themselves apart and move ahead of the pack – and sometimes those advantages aren’t in full compliance with ethical practices. No matter how competitive the environment, it’s crucial to remember that by making the ethical choice, you’re safeguarding the most important advantage you have: your reputation. More ›

Monday, March 23, 2015

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Entrepreneurship instructor wins national award for workshop on encouraging learning from failure

Instructor Gary Minkoff won Best Workshop in Pedagogy from the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship for a presentation on "Developing a 'Fail in order to Succeed' Mindset for Entrepreneurship Students." More ›

Friday, March 20, 2015

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Faculty Insight: One-two punch knocks oil prices down

Finance & Economics Professor Farrokh Langdana explains why oil prices have fallen and whether the trend is likely to continue. More ›

Friday, March 20, 2015

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Eight teams of MBA students vying for a chance to represent Rutgers at Aspen Institute's international case competition

Rutgers is one of 25 business schools chosen to engage in the Aspen Institute’s 2015 Business & Society International MBA Case Competition. Students at these institutions will analyze a brand new case study authored by the Yale School of Management and give deep thought to the potentially positive role that a well-managed business can have in society. More ›

Thursday, March 19, 2015

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Frank McIntyre's research paper on law degree value highlighted in ABA Journal
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
ABA Journal
Graduating from law school in a bad economy has a relatively small impact on lifetime earnings relative to graduating with a bachelor’s degree, according to a preliminary draft research paper by the...
Princeton Online reports that Michael Santoro will present "Business and Human Rights" at Princeton Public Library April 20
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Michael Santoro: Business and Human Rights Michael Santoro, a world renowned business ethics teacher, scholar and consultant gives a talk. He is a Professor of Management and Global Business at...
Roger Smeets in a group of 51 intellectual property scholars submitt letter to Congress reported in PatentlyO blog
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
PatentlyO
“A large body of evidence . . . indicates that the net effect of patent litigation is to raise the cost of innovation and inhibit technological progress.” To Members of the United States Congress: We...
Eugene Spiegle quoted in BusinessBecause on the demand for supply chain management programs
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
BusinessBecause
“Not only have supply chains become a focus but in many companies they have become a department with senior level management,” said Eugene Spiegle, vice chair of the supply chain management...
Stacy Schwartz quoted in EContent differentiating omnichannel from multichannel marketing
Monday, March 2, 2015
EContent
Perhaps the only thing that changes more rapidly than technology in today's amped-up digital environment is the terminology used to describe that technology and its impact on consumers--and...