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Economics Professor Dave Gulley offers insight on what the future might hold for Taunton if a casino is approved. During a live interview on the Fox25 Morning News he explains the benefits and downsides of such a large resort destination moving into the city.
Senior Bobby Reardon takes the time to address the community and explain why he will be running for State Representative for the 24th Middlesex District stressing his experience with the Belmont school system and his internship with previous State Representative, Senator Will Brownsberger.
Economics Professor David Gulley offers his opinion on the potential of turning Taunton, MA into the new location of a destination casino resort.
Actor, musician, and Boston native, Donnie Wahlberg, is highlighted for speaking to the Bentley Executive Club about the business of entertainment and maintaining success in such a tough industry.
Bentley Senior Bobby Reardon is highlighted for announcing his campaign to run for state representative seat in the 24th Middlesex District this September.
A recent Financial Times story focuses on the growing trend of one-year MBA programs in the US, and Bentley's McCallum Graduate School of Business is highlighted among business schools that are adopting this new model.
The Federal Reserve is urged to adopt a new monetary policy of targeting nominal income and Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted as one of the early proponents of this policy.
English and Media Studies Senior Lecturer Liz LeDoux offers her opinion on how the state can increase profits when major motion films are shot in Massachusetts.
Together with Massachusetts State Treasurer Steven Grossman, President Gloria Larson highlights the small number of top women executives in business, especially in Mass. In an opinion piece on boston.com, President Larson and Treasurer Grossman say, "This is not just bad for women. It is bad for business... it is time for corporate leaders to see the picture - and change it. Now."