The new book by Bentley faculty advocating for the integration of business and the arts & sciences, Shaping the Future of Business Education, is featured. The book's editors, Dean Daniel Everett and Gordon M. Hardy, answer questions about the book's themes.
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Senior Lecturer in Economics John Tommasi answers questions regarding the market bouncing back after the Boston Marathon tragedy.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, Steve Weisman, helps explain the price of reverse mortgages.
Nancy Dickenson, Executive in Residence for the HFID Graduate Program, sits down with Smashing Magazine to answer questions regarding her experience in the UX field.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, Steve Weisman breaks down the complex rules associated with Social Security so future retirees can properly understand how the government program works.
Professor of Accountancy William Read provides his perspective on the KPMG insider trading scandal.
Bloomberg Businessweek features Bentley for its innovative integration of business and the arts & sciences, a curriculum that provides graduates with the skills necessary for professional and personal success.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman suggests elements to consider for people converting traditional retirement funds to Roth IRA's.
Susan Adams, Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business, defines the role of a mentor and offers insight on how to build meaningful relationships that will help personal and professional relationships.