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Ted Calabrese had only been on the job as the director of marketing and business development at Newark-based Genova Burns for a few months when the program was presented to him. He was instantly hooked. Cedar...

TCNJ is launching MBA program — and doing so with new model of specialization

The College of New Jersey announced it will begin offering Master of Business Administration degrees with specialties in data analytics and finance in the fall of 2019. The format for completing the MBAs will be...

Crispy Green, Rutgers partner to offer healthy snack options

Fairfield-based Crispy Green Inc. has partnered with Rutgers Athletics to provide its freeze-dried fruit snack brand to Rutgers athletics, students and fans, Rutgers-IMG Sports Marketing announced Thursday. Rutgers-IMG is the media rights holder of Rutgers...

Rebecca Lubot and Kim Case: R&D Council explains how it’s trying to stem the...

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NCAA banning almost all fans from March Madness due to coronavirus (UPDATED)

(Update: Later Wednesday evening, the Big Ten Conference also announced fan restrictions for its basketball tournaments.) Rutgers University is all but certain to make the NCAA Tournament for men’s basketball for the first time since...

Rutgers-Camden chancellor to lead Philly Fed’s board

Rutgers University-Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon has been named chair of the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the university announced Friday. Haddon will lead the nine-member board for a two-year term. At...

NJIT hopes ‘The WEC’ helps college and community

Marjorie Perry, the CEO of her own Newark-based construction and management company and a co-executive vice chair on the board of overseers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, summed up the university’s impressive...

Study: ‘Underpaid’ CEOs 4x more likely to order layoffs

CEOs who make less than their peers are more likely to order layoffs, according to a study by researchers at the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations. Among 140 firms that had layoffs during...

RWJBarnabas, Rutgers Cancer Institute unveil plans for standalone $750M cancer center

Speaker after speaker talked about the impact the Cancer Pavilion, a state-of-the-art, free-standing facility being created by RWJBarnabas Health and the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, will have on the city of New...

Wiley agrees to acquire Learning House

Hoboken-based John Wiley & Sons Inc. has agreed to acquire Learning House from West North Holdings, it announced Tuesday. Under terms of the acquisition, Learning House shareholders will receive $200 million. The deal is expected...

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