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The Institute for Ethical Leadership, widely recognized for its thought leadership, recently received a $2.6 million grant from its two key sponsors, Prudential Financial Inc. and the Prudential Foundation.
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Letter from Dean Shafer: At the heart of Rutgers Business School, a diverse population of ambitious, hard-working students

The scholarships that we provide through the generosity of our alumni allow many of our students to limit part-time work and debt, so they can take full advantage of the opportunities RBS provides. To you, our graduates, I ask that as you receive the Rutgers annual giving appeal in the mail, and as you reflect on the opportunities that your education provided to you, please donate to Rutgers Business School and contribute to the Rutgers Business School Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. More ›

Thursday, October 30, 2014

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Management students get a lesson from the Rutgers women's basketball coach and her players about teamwork

In lieu of their regular class, nearly 700 Rutgers Business School students from 16 sections of "management skills" were required to show up to see Hall of Fame women’s basketball coach Vivian Stringer and her players put a real-world spin on classroom lessons about the importance of communication, team dynamics and motivation.  More ›

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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Japanese management style has strong influence on Panasonic North America CFO Michael Riccio (Rutgers MBA '88)

Twenty-eight years after taking a job at Panasonic Corporation of North America, Michael Riccio, who has adopted a Japanese-influenced management style that emphasizes communication, deep understanding and mentoring, is the first American to serve as the company's chief financial officer. In a recent interview, he reflected on a career path that began with undergraduate accounting classes at Rutgers University-Newark and included a Rutgers MBA. More ›

Monday, October 27, 2014

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LinkedIn ranks Rutgers among the 25 best U.S. schools for students who want to work in marketing or finance

Among the best schools in the U.S. for marketing, Rutgers ranked No. 16 ahead of Penn State, Columbia University and Duke University. Rutgers ranked No. 22 among the best schools for students with ambitions of going into careers in finance, putting it ahead of the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Emory University. More ›

Friday, October 24, 2014

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Understanding ethical decisions can help a company avoid lawsuits said Ann Buchholtz in NJBIZ
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
NJBIZ
Rutgers Business School in Newark will be offering a two-day executive educational program called Executive Leadership: An Ethical Journey to Success. The program, hosted by The Institute for Ethical...
Rating systems bring less anonymity and more accountability to online transactions said Brett Gilbert in NJBIZ
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
NJBIZ
The Outdoor Exchange (OX) is the first New Jersey company to truly embrace the most modem incarnation of borrowing from your neighbor. Brett Gilbert, an associate professor at Rutgers Business School...
Morris Davis on Marketplace: “So the Fed can still influence short-term rates. It just has decided it will not try to influence longer term rates.”
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
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For six years, the Fed has used some form of the unconventional monetary policy known as quantitative easing. When that ends, the Fed still has its conventional tools. “So the Fed still can influence...
New Institute for Ethical Leadership certificate program provides tools leaders need to be prepared said Judy Young in TMC article
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
TMC News
According to Institute for Ethical Leadership Executive Director Judy Young, "These days, companies can't avoid ethical dilemmas and leaders need to be prepared. This new Executive Leadership: An...
Business plans with high probability of success take top awards in Rutgers Business School Business Plan Competition
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Similar to the reality television show “Shark Tank,” participants in the annual “Rutgers Business School Business Plan” competition created a viable business plan and presented their entrepreneurial...