Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Steve Weisman provides helpful advice for avoiding holiday scams.
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As part of Bloomberg's The Year Ahead: 2014 business summit, President Gloria Larson spoke on why many millennials are not pursuing a career in business, according to preliminary results from a Bentley University survey.
Got an important event and nothing to wear? Try wardrobe sharing. The idea earned Bentley master’s student Amrita Aviyente a finalist spot in Boston’s Lean Startup Challenge business model competition for her Date My Wardrobe website — an online marketplace for sharing and renting high-end wardrobe items with other users.
Sociology Professor Gary David shares his expertise on the impacts of new technology and how it affects workplace efficiency.
Assistant Professor of History Cliff Putney joins professors from local colleges to speculate on what could have resulted if the Kennedy presidency was not cut short.
Thomas D'Eri '11 is highlighted for teaming up with his father to found Rising Tide Carwash, a socially conscious business that provides a top-notch carwash experience for customers while turning a profit and successfully employs individuals with autism.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner authors a responsive piece on how monetary policy is tighter now than any period since the early 1930s, contrary to recent reports.
Bill Gribbons, professor of Information Design and Corporate Communication and senior consultant to the User Experience Center, discusses the research and testing that could have prevented the crash of healthcare.gov.
Economics Professor David Gulley analyzes Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing and what the future holds for her with the Federal Reserve on Bloomberg Radio's "Taking Stock" show.