Investor's Business Daily: Management Professor Fred Tuffile discusses industries that are ripe for new businesses in a recovering economy in Select the Right Sector to Launch Your Business. (October 23, 2009)
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Financial Times: Robert D. Galliers, University Distinguished Professor at Bentley, authors a thought-provoking essay on the importance of an IT education in Ignore Technology at Your Peril. (October 26, 2009)
News-Press (Fort Myers, FL): W. Michael Hoffman, founding executive director of the Center for Business Ethics, comments on a large company's deceitful filming of protestors in Man Filming Immokalee Farmworkers' Protest a Publix Worker. (October 23, 2009)
The Daily Texan: Marketing Professor Rajendra Sisodia is highlighted for his talk on business ethics and corporate responsibility at the University of Texas in Speaker Encourages 'Conscious Capitalism.' (October 20, 2009)
Boston Globe: Bentley University's More Opportunities for Mothers (MOM) program, hosted by the Women's Leadership Institute, is highlighted for its success helping mothers relaunch their careers in Return Mission. (October 22, 2009)
Providence Business News: W. Michael Hoffman, founding executive director of the Center for Business Ethics, discusses Bentley's curricular and cultural focus on business ethics and social responsibility in Ethics in Vogue on Campus. (October 19, 2009)
International Relations and Security Network (ISN): Global Studies Lecturer Asbed Kotchikian discusses newly open relations between Armenia and Turkey in his article Armenia, Turkey: Soul Searching. (October 13, 2009)
The American: Economics Professor Scott Sumner discusses the possibility that conventional wisdom about the economic crisis could be wrong in his article "Have we Misdiagnosed the Crisis?" (0ctober 9, 2009).
Math Horizons Magazine: Chair of the Mathematical Sciences Department Richard Cleary discusses how students do not need a passion for math to be successful at it in his article "Dispassionate Mathematics" (September 23, 2009).