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Visiting Rutgers MBA students offer The Moscow Times optimistic view of Russia's business opportunities

Thursday, March 19, 2015

The future chief executives of the United States see Russia as a "high-risk, high-reward" place to make money, at least according to a group of MBA students visiting Moscow last week from top U.S. university Rutgers. Full Article

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

Thursday, March 19, 2015

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.

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Rutgers wins regional championship in CFA Investment Research Challenge

Monday, March 16, 2015

The team’s win represents the fourth time in eight years that Rutgers Business School has finished as the regional champions in the CFA Investment Research Challenge.

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Rutgers Full-Time MBA ranks among Top 50 programs in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report

Friday, March 13, 2015

The move to No. 48 represents a significant – and historic – bump, advancing the Rutgers MBA program from last year’s No. 60 spot and including it in the Top 50 tier for the first time.

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Obituary: Lycourgus "Lee" Papayanopoulos, mathematician, computer scientist, Rutgers Business School professor

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Professor Lee Papayanopoulos, who began teaching at Rutgers in 1974, died at age 75 on March 6 at Weill Cornell University Hospital, New York.

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Rutgers Business Plan Competition awards three teams of entrepreneurs cash to grow their ventures

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The winning team – Robert Giuliani, Desi Saran and Abby Taylor – won $20,000 to help grow Playa Bowls, which serves up acai berry-based fruit bowls and smoothies at two pop-up stands on the Jersey Shore. Last year, the company had two locations for most of the summer and sales of $100,000.

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BMI CEO Michael O'Neill, Rutgers MBA '86, gives students a sense of challenges the Internet poses to music industry

Monday, March 9, 2015

In addition to BMI Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Neill, the CEO Lecture Series has featured such other prominent alumni as Sheri McCoy, CEO of Avon and a former executive at healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson; Eric Tveter, CEO and managing director of Switzerland’s UPC Cablecom and Thomas Renyi, who is now former chairman and CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

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MBA alumnus chosen to receive prestigious award from American Society for Quality

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Gurpret Singh’s work promoting and teaching the application of Lean Six Sigma to new areas, including supply chain management, were cited as specific reasons for his selection as recipient of the medal honoring Armand Feigenbaum, a former president of the American Society for Quality. The medal, which is known around the world, is awarded annually to an individual 35 years old or younger for leadership, outstanding service and dedication to the field of quality.

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Rutgers MBA alumnus is leading BMI through music industry's changing landscape

Thursday, February 26, 2015

In 2013, after nearly 20 years at BMI, O’Neill became chief executive officer and added the title of president almost a year later. On March 4, he will return to Rutgers Business School as featured speaker at the CEO Lecture Series. The event begins at 6 p.m. at Rutgers Business School’s Bove Auditorium in Newark.

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Invitation of a lifetime: Graduate students travel to Omaha to spend time with Warren Buffett

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Buffet has made a tradition of hosting the meetings, where he shares his wisdom and reveals more of his personality to groups of business school students.

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Rutgers undergraduate supply chain management is ranked No. 6 among nation's Top 15 university programs

Monday, February 9, 2015

Software Advice ranked the Top 15 universities at the undergraduate and graduate level. To do the ranking, the company said it heavily focused on which schools emphasized the teaching of technology, software and the use of quantitative tools that are used by supply chain professionals.

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Faculty Insight: The Swiss Drama-What is really going on?

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Professor Farrokh Langdana explains what the drama means behind the Swiss National Bank's dramatic reversal in policy by breaking the Swiss franc peg to the Euro.

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Eugene Spiegle quoted in BusinessBecause said supply chains have “become a way of life” to businesses

Monday, January 19, 2015

Rutgers Business School was one of the first in the US to launch an undergraduate program in supply chain management. It now offers an MBA in Supply Chain Management, a specialization within the full-time MBA program. The New Brunswick-based MBA, which costs $21,329 in tuition per semester, has three courses in its specialization – management strategies, procurement management and global sourcing...

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Program gives South Korean students glimpse of Rutgers Business School

Friday, January 16, 2015

Rutgers Business School hosted a group of 19 students from South Korea’s Hanyang University on the Livingston Campus for an inaugural three-day “Global Intensive Course.”

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Faculty Insight: You cannot fool markets

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Professor Farrokh Langdana explores the Russian ruble crisis and how propping up the currency with gold won't fool the markets.

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Sharon Lydon said in BizWomen article that she continues the team-based approach to leadership of her mentor

Monday, December 15, 2014

When I first called Sharon Lydon to talk about Rutgers Business School's 51 percent female MBA class, she couldn't talk: A new consulting club on campus was having its inaugural meeting and she wanted to be there for it. We connected later that afternoon, and after 30 minutes on the phone, she (very kindly) told me someone else was vying for her attention: a student, with a new baby in her arms,...

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Sharon Lydon featured in milestone moment for women at Rutgers Business School article in NJBIZ

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Sharon Lydon, executive director of the Rutgers Business School, parses no words about the underrepresentation of women in business. “I would say it’s very strong and evident if you look at the amount of CEOs that hold seats. There are very few women compared to men,” she said. That’s why she’s so excited about the school’s important milestone regarding gender parity: Next year’s students will be...

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Dr. Lei and Director Lydon featured in Bizwomen article

Thursday, December 11, 2014

It's been a landmark year for gender parity and diversity at Rutgers Business School. In January, Dr. Lei Lei will take over as dean of Rutgers Business School in New Jersey and will be the first female to hold the role in a full-time, permanent capacity. And this fall, the school welcomed an incoming full-time MBA class of 80 students that was 51 percent female. Though the school has long...

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Landmark year for gender parity and diversity at Rutgers Business School reported in Washington Business Journal

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

It's been a landmark year for gender parity and diversity at Rutgers Business School. In January, Dr. Lei Lei will take over as dean of Rutgers Business School in New Jersey and will be the first female to hold the role in a full-time, permanent capacity. And this fall, the school welcomed an incoming full-time MBA class of 80 students that was 51 percent female. Though the school has long...

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Introducing the RBS-DCI: What dry cleaners can tell us about the job market

Monday, December 8, 2014

Working together with Rutgers MBA students in his macroeconomics classes, Professor Farrokh Langdana, professor of finance and economics, and the director of the Rutgers Executive MBA program, devised a new economic index to get a better sense of whether people are working, looking for work, or have given up looking for work – the Rutgers Business School-Dry Cleaning Index (RBS-DCI).

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