Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Michael Hoffman comments on Credit Suisse's decision on year-end bonuses.
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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.
Professor of English and Media Studies Jennifer Gillan discusses how the feud between Sunbeam and DirecTV could affect Boston area Super Bowl viewers.
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."
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."