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August 3, 2012
(U.S. News & World Report)

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Mike Page offers input on why one year MBA programs are becoming more popular.

Source: U.S. News & World Report Type: Media Coverage Permalink
August 3, 2012
(Hartford Courant)

Marketing Professors Susan Dobscha and Ellen Foxman are highlighted for their study of consumer behavior related to Filene's Department Store's annual "Running of the Brides" sale.

Source: Hartford Courant Type: Media Coverage Permalink
August 3, 2012
(Today.com)

Marketing Lecturer Mike Tesler offers his perspective on why different generations have distinct shopping habits when it comes to buying groceries.

Source: Today.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
August 1, 2012
(Bloomberg)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner offers perspective on the slow growth in nominal GDP.

Source: Bloomberg Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Scott Sumner, Economics
July 31, 2012
(WBZ-AM Radio)

A program for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, otherwise known as STEM, was launched this month with an event on Bentley's campus.

Source: WBZ-AM Radio Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 29, 2012
(Telegram & Gazette)

Senior Lecturer or Marketing and Director of the Center for Marketing Technology Ian Cross offers expert advice on the effectiveness of social media and the process of collecting information to establish one's persona.

Source: Telegram & Gazette Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 27, 2012
(NECN)

Senior Lecturer and scam expert Steve Weisman offers expert advice on avoiding online scams associated with the 2012 Olympic games.

Source: NECN Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 26, 2012
(WGBH Radio)

Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers joins WGBH Boston Public Radio to discuss why only 3.2% of CEOs on the Fortune 500 list are women.

Source: WGBH Radio Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 25, 2012
(Huffington Post)

Current student and guard on the basketball team Andrew Gosselin set up a camera at the Boston Sports Club and made 90 of 92 one-handed, three-point shots. Watch here

Source: Huffington Post Type: Media Coverage Permalink

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