WALTHAM, MASS.- Bentley College announces the 1999/2000 Bowles Performing Arts Series, Remembering the Millenium: Part II, a celebration in sight, sound and legend
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WALTHAM, MA-Worcester area accounting, financial planning and tax practitioners no longer need to travel to Waltham for Bentley College graduate courses in Taxation. Building on 25 years of national prominence, this fall the Bentley College Graduate School of Business will offer two top-rated courses in Worcester at Allmerica Financial through videoconferencing.
WALTHAM, Mass.- In a heartfelt keynote address, Fleet Financial Group Chair and CEO Terrence Murray encouraged the Bentley College Graduate School of Business' 24th graduating class to achieve success not only in business, but in life. Prior to his address, Murray was awarded an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree.
WALTHAM, Mass.- In an address filled with self-deprecating humor, U.S. Senator John F. Kerry ushered the Bentley College Class of 1999 into the workforce on Saturday, May 15.
WALTHAM, Mass.- In a public address at Bentley College, Mayor of Boston Thomas M. Menino proposed creating a test that measures corporate community involvement among Boston companies.
WALTHAM, MASS.- The Bentley College Bowles Performing Arts Series presents "Sacred Music, Sacred Dance for World Healing: The Mystical Arts of Tibet," in Lindsay Auditorium on Wednesday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m.