Marketing major Josh Seiden is interviewed about his budding career as a stand-up comedian.
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Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett is interviewed about Bentley's innovative fusion of business with the arts and sciences. An example of the integration, Professor Carolyn Magid's 'Philosophy of Work' course, is also highlighted in the story.
Finance Professor Jay Sultan explains what impact the turmoil in the European financial market has on the U.S. economy.
Bentley University is highlighted as a major factor in CNN Money's election of Waltham as one of the best places to live in the United States.
Marketing Lecturer Mike Tesler offers his expertise on how the turbulent stock market might impact consumer behavior during the tax-free shopping weekend.
Professor of Mathematics Charles Hadlock is interviewed about a class project that will have students creating an updated development plan for Waltham's Moody Street.
Professor of Management and Psychology Aaron J. Nurick authors a blog for the Harvard Business Review featuring his insight on what he calls the "Good Enough Manager" and what needs to be done in order to create a successful working environment.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner joins a discussion on Marketplace radio and offers his opinion on what the Fed should have done differently with its recent vow not to raise interest rates until 2013.
April Gammal, a senior accounting major at Bentley, is awarded a $5,000 scholarship at the third annual CFO of the Year awards lunch.
Executive Director of the Center for Business Ethics W. Michael Hoffman is interviewed for the web-radio program Trust Across America which focuses on ethical business behavior and is a forum for companies to share their best practices.