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

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. More ›

Thursday, February 26, 2015

TAGS: Alumni CEO Lecture Series Finance Full-Time MBA Marketing MBA Speaker Events

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Faculty Insight: Climate intervention as a business opportunity

The National Research Council released a report on February 10, 2015 examining "geoengineering" – human intervention in the earth’s atmosphere to mitigate the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. Rutgers professor Paul Falkowski was one of the 16 National Academy of Sciences members who worked on the committee responsible for the study's findings. In the video that follows, Falkowski discusses the impact carbon dioxide removal could have on businesses and also the potential business opportunities. More ›

Sunday, February 22, 2015

TAGS: Economy Faculty Insights Paul Falkowski Supply Chain Management

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

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.  More ›

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

TAGS: Flex MBA John Longo Master of Financial Analysis Master of Quantitative Finance MBA Students Warren Buffet

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Faculty Insights: Professor Ann Buchholtz makes a case for why companies should consider hiring ex-convicts

In an article for Ethisphere Magazine titled "Boxed out of Employment The Case of Hiring Ex-Convicts," Rutgers Business School professor Ann Buchholtz notes that companies need to do individual assessments rather than blanket exclusions of ex-convicts.  More ›

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

TAGS: Ann Buchholtz Ethics Faculty Insights Leadership The Institute for Ethical Leadership Thought Leadership

Nancy DiTomaso responds to WalletHub questions about most diverse U.S. cities
Monday, February 23, 2015
In light of Black History Month, WalletHub identified the most ethnically and linguistically diverse landscapes among 350 of the most populated U.S. cities. In order to do so, we examined each city...
Irfan Bora quoted in Bloomberg Business regarding New Mexico's $100 Million Accounting Error
Thursday, February 19, 2015
New Mexico can’t balance its checkbook. Cash in the state’s bank account is at least $100 million short of what’s recorded in the finance department’s ledger, pushing officials to adjust reserves by...
Judy Young quoted in Moxie Woman describing Institute for Ethical Leadership spring offerings
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Moxie Woman
The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL), announced this week its lineup of spring offerings, aimed at strengthening leadership among executives in all fields. The IEL, based within the...
Irfan Bora quoted in article on county bond predicament
Sunday, February 15, 2015
The concept behind the massive solar project sounded simple enough: borrow $88 million to install panels on public buildings in Morris, Somerset and Sussex counties and then sell excess electricity...
Jay Soled Op-Ed on argued tying drivers' licenses to tax payments
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Jay Soled is a professor in the Department of Accounting & Information Systems at Rutgers Business School. The New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund is in dire financial shape and its future...