Marketing Lecturer Michael Tesler offers insight on what local stores must do to compete with larger, corporate stores during the holiday rush.
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A team of Bentley graduate students was one of six to make it to the final round of the National Black MBA Association case competition in Atlanta, GA.Bentley’s team -- Patrick Bates, Brandon Cooley, Gary Morton and Jennifer James – competed against 22 other teams from schools such as MIT, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Vanderbilt University and Florida A & M.
A new book by Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett is named a science highlight of 2011 by Pat Churchland, one of the world's leading scientists. Dean Everett's book, Language: The Cultural Tool (Random House, March 2012), explores his research on language and its origins, focusing on Brazil's Pirahãs tribe.
Michael Hoffman, founding Executive Director of the Center for Business Ethics, wins the Ceeman Champions Award for outstanding achievement in responsible management education.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his insight on the current hot economic topic, NGDP targeting.
Ruth Nemzoff, Adjunct Assistant Professor, is interviewed on the importance of finances, family, and education.
In this story about the faith of Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow, Assistant Professor of History Clifford Putney is highlighted for his writings about the history of the relationship between sports and religion.
The Tech Apprentice Competition, modeled after The Apprentice TV show, featured 16 students who competed for a paid internship with cutting-edge marketing firm Allen & Gerritsen.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman appears on New England Cable News to explain how you can be sure you are donating to a legitimate charity.