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Supply Chain Management students help Kuehne+Nagel recertify SmartWay Transport Partnership

Since 2012, Kuehne+Nagel, one of the world's leading logistics providers, has been a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) SmartWay Transport Partnership program. SmartWay Transport is comprised of partnerships, policy and technical solutions, and research and evaluation projects that find new ways to optimize the transportation networks in a company’s supply chain. The program helps reduce transportation-related emissions by creating incentives to improve supply chain fuel efficiency. In addition to corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices, companies are reducing their carbon footprint and reducing costs. More ›

Friday, November 21, 2014

TAGS: Eugene Spiegle Student Experiences Supply Chain Management

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Faculty Insights: Professor Brett Gilbert looks at how tech clusters emerge in cities

Global Entrepreneurship Week seemed like an ideal time to check in with Professor Brett Gilbert, who teaches a course about technology ventures, and to showcase some of the expertise Rutgers offers to entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial students. More ›

Friday, November 21, 2014

TAGS: City of Newark Entrepreneurship Faculty Faculty Insights Research Technology

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Rutgers CUEED introduces inaugural awards ceremony during Global Entrepreneurship Week

The discussion and awards ceremony, which was sponsored by PNC Bank, was part of a series of events Rutgers Business School's Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development hosted during Global Entrepreneurship Week. The week featured guest speakers, panel discussions and a special session offering students a chance to be critiqued on their business pitches. More ›

Friday, November 21, 2014

TAGS: Awards City of Newark Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative Lyneir Richardson The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

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Alumnus created annual award for second-year MBA students as a way of giving back to Rutgers

For the past two years, Rohit Sood has been offering help to MBA students who share his passion for the pharmaceutical business. The Sood Singh Award, named for him and his wife Priya Singh, provides $7,000 to a student beginning a second year of the full-time MBA program who is planning to work in the pharmaceutical business. More ›

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

TAGS: Alumni Awards Donations MBA Pharmaceutical Management Rutgers Business School Scholarships

Hedge fund activism should be carefully assessed according to Darius Palia paper reported Mondaq
Friday, November 21, 2014
Mondaq
The recent increase in hedge fund activism is "hyperbolic" and should be carefully assessed, according to two notable scholars, John C. Coffee Jr. (corporate law; Columbia) and Darius Palia (...
Lyneir Richardson said in NJBIZ that inaugural Entrepreneurship Awards celebrate inventors, disruptors, luminaries.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
NJBIZ
The Rutgers Business School's Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development announced Tuesday its inaugural Entrepreneurship Awards. The awards, according to a news release, will be...
Few companies today seem immune from the reach of hedge-fund activism, said Darius Palia in Financial Post
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Financial Post
Once reviled as a threat to the status quo in executive suites and clubby corporate boardrooms, activist hedge funds are today lauded as catalysts for change, gaining clout and board seats in blue-...
Former opera singer, now top community bank executive Michelle Lee to receive 2014 Steven J. Diner Ethical Leadershp Award
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Michelle Lee, a vice president of Wells Fargo Bank, has been promoted to the top community bank executive position on the East Coast. Banking was not part of her initial career plans. After earning a...
Dr. Lei’s academic leadership, scholarship, and corporate engagement key qualities that led Chancellor Cantor to select her Dean of Rutgers Business School reported in Bloomberg Businessweek
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
A combination of Dr. Lei's accomplishments as an academic leader, her acuity as a scholar and teacher, deeply engaged with business challenges facing communities locally and globally, were among the...