Do business and politics mix? An undergraduate Public Policy major at Bentley University — one of only a handful in the U.S. — is advocating strong support in favor, as business-minded students make an impression on movers and shakers in Washington, D.C., and on Boston’s Beacon Hill.
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Jumping into the world of social media is easy but increasingly loaded with security hazards, too, according to a Bentley University expert in the field.
Senior Lecturer Mark Frydenberg provides tips to avoid disclosing too much personal information on social media. Frydenberg’s tips are also featured by other news outlets across the country, including Reuters.
Bentley's Center for Women and Business study, Millennials in the Workplace, is highlighted in this article about paid paternal leave trends in the tech industry.
Jeff Gulati, associate professor of political science at Bentley, provides insight on the impact technology will have on the upcoming election cycles.
Can corporate governance help restore trust in business? The Harold S. Geneen Institute for Corporate Governance at Bentley University says “yes,” and is prompting global conversations aimed at finding out how to regain the confidence of a variety of important constituents.
Bentley graduate Tyler Breton discusses the recent launch of his new app, Makemoji.
Senior Marketing Lecturer Ian Cross provides his insight on the impact of the Market Basket situation.
With a shortage of experienced commercial loan officers, area bankers are beginning to recruit recent college graduates, including those from Bentley University.
Economist and Bentley Professor Scott Sumner appears on Trading Currencies to discuss key takeaways from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.