Bentley University is highlighted as a major factor in CNN Money's election of Waltham as one of the best places to live in the United States.
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Marketing Lecturer Mike Tesler offers his expertise on how the turbulent stock market might impact consumer behavior during the tax-free shopping weekend.
Professor of Mathematics Charles Hadlock is interviewed about a class project that will have students creating an updated development plan for Waltham's Moody Street.
Professor of Management and Psychology Aaron J. Nurick authors a blog for the Harvard Business Review featuring his insight on what he calls the "Good Enough Manager" and what needs to be done in order to create a successful working environment.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner joins a discussion on Marketplace radio and offers his opinion on what the Fed should have done differently with its recent vow not to raise interest rates until 2013.
April Gammal, a senior accounting major at Bentley, is awarded a $5,000 scholarship at the third annual CFO of the Year awards lunch.
Executive Director of the Center for Business Ethics W. Michael Hoffman is interviewed for the web-radio program Trust Across America which focuses on ethical business behavior and is a forum for companies to share their best practices.
Professor of Management Susan Adams discusses the challenges facing female professors on the tenure-track.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is highlighted for his insight on the current state of the U.S. economy, doubting the speculation of its characterization as being in a liquidity trap.
Manager of the Office of Sustainability Amanda Navaroli King extends her mission of sustainability to raise money for cancer research as she rides in the Pan-Mass Challenge that spans 163 Miles from Wellesley to Provincetown.