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As Sovereign Bank CEO Jorge Moran announces his resignation, his commencement speech at Bentley's Graduate School of Business is highlighted for raising his profile.
Curtis Verschoor, research scholar at the Center for Business Ethics, authors a piece about technology companies, such as Google and Apple, purposely avoiding tax measures in the United States and the UK.
RCW Financial announced the release of an article by Professor of Economics Scott Sumner which responds to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's recent announcement that the national bank will begin to phase out its QE policy.
Management Professor Rita B. Allen authors a piece on how organizations can effectively retain talent by using a 360-degree anonymous feedback process.
Geology Professor David Szymanski discusses President Obama's climate action plan on Bloomberg Radio's The Hays Advantage show.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner suggests strategies for the Federal Reserve's recovery.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is credited for his idea that the Fed should adopt a target for growth in total cash spending, or nominal gross domestic product.
Michael Page, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, is featured for being selected to serve on the 2013-2014 Board of Directors for AACSB International; the longest serving global accrediting body and membership association for business schools world wide.