Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, Steve Weisman, offers his recommendations on how married couples can benefit the most from their combined assets and be better prepared for retirement.
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Executive Director of External Relations for Academic Affairs John A. Sims discusses his assertion that organizations should reward people for working "at the ground" level of a company and allow them to use that experience in an executive role.
Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Fred Ledley is highlighted for his first published novel, Sputnik’s Child.
Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg discussess how to utilize smartphones as a powerful teaching and learning tool.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner comments con Britain's sluggish economic growth.
In an interview on the Callie Crossley Show, Associate Professor of Marketing Dipyan Biswas offers insight on what the future holds for "self-service" at places such as supermarkets, pharmacies and gas stations, including the advan
Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Michael Hoffman comments on Credit Suisse's decision on year-end bonuses.
Professor of Economics and author of the renowned blog The Money Illusion Scott Sumner's point of view on Fed Chairman Bernanke is included in a roundup of economic news by the WSJ blog Real Time Economics.
Assistant Professor of History Clifford Putney comments on the impact of missionaries on American culture.
The Washington Post College Inc. blog features a guest post from Bentley University Career Services Managing Director Susan Brennan, who explains Bentley's four-year approach, and argues that career services departments everywhere need to do more to engage students from the minute they arrive until graduation day.