Rutgers Business School hosted the second annual public-private-community round table on Aug. 28 as a way of continuing its effort to develop partnerships capable of having a socioeconomic impact in the Newark community. More ›
Bartlett’s funding of the scholarships represents an example of the type of public-private partnership Rutgers Business School is forging in hopes of that education and career training will have a lasting, rippling socio-economic effect in the Newark community. More ›
Rutgers MBA alumnus Desi Saran and his partners Abby Taylor and Robert Giuliani, another Rutgers graduate, had already decided to up their game. After winning Rutgers Business School’s annual business plan competition in April, they invested in a storefront that would bring their customers into the shade. "Winning that $20,000 was huge in helping us to get the location here," Saran said. More ›
A number of leaders from New Jersey's academic and business communities will gather Friday morning at the Rutgers Business School in Newark in an effort to come up with new ways for the city to take...