In response to the question of whether or not it is ethical to blame one player for a team loss, Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Mike Hoffman asserts, "I don’t think there is anything unethical about somebody blaming a particular person or play for a loss or failure. I do think it is inappropriate or even mean-spirited to do so because nobody is going to make every single field goal they kick or every basket they shoot."
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UK magazine, MoneyWeek, highlights Economics Professor Scott Sumner as the leader of an influential group of bloggers supporting NGDP targeting.
Managing Director of Career Services Susan Brennan explains the importance of utilizing Career Services before graduating in the spring, and highlights that Bentley "covers the nuts and bolts that you may not expect to be part of the [college to real world] transition."
Professor of Economics David Gulley offers his perspective on the proposed Casino in Brimfield, Massachusetts.
Professor of Management Michael Boyd offers his thoughts on Elements of Successful Organizations, citing that it is "an insightful and engaging book for anyone setting vision and making organizational decisions today — and for those preparing to be future business leaders.”
Bentley Sophomore Lindsay Beauregard is highlighted for placing third in a national online video contest where she explained how she intends to use her major after graduation. Beauregard garnered enough votes to win a two-thousand dollar scholarship.
Cliff Putney, Professor of History and author of the book "Muscular Christianity: Manhood and Sports in Protestant America, 1880-1920," comments on Denver Bronco's Quarterback Tim Tebow's religious affiliation.
Professor of Global Studies Jeff Gulati explains the correlation between Facebook activity and turnout in the primary polls.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is highlighted as a pioneer of the economic blogosphere which is changing the way economists debate current issues.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner offers insight on the Fed forecasting inflation, unemployment and real gross-domestic-product growth in the current year, the next few calendar years and “over the longer run.”