The Boston Herald's business blog, The Ticker, announces Bert and John Jacobs, co-founders of Life is good, and Jorge Moran, Santander U.S. Country Head and President and CEO of Sovereigh Bank, as this year's Commencement speakers.
Bentley students are highlighted for their work to help the town of Lexington improve the town center experience.
Economics Professor Michael Quinn discusses how immigration reform affects the US economy.
Bloomberg Businessweek and PayScale rank Bentley amongst the top business schools with the best return on investment.
The millennial generation is becoming increasingly aware of how their career choice can contribute to the broader community. Bentley freshmen explored summer internship opportunities with non-profits at an April internship fair sponsored by the Undergraduate Career Services Office. Students who participated in CDI 101, a groundbreaking career development course for first-year students, attended the program with résumés in hand, prepared to network and gain insight into opportunities.
Law, Taxation and Financial Planning professor Steve Weisman offers tips for playing it safe on social media.
Bentley is highlighted among other Boston area colleges who are taking extra security precautions at graduation ceremonies after the Boston Marathon bombings.
In today’s rapidly shifting global marketplace, it is clear that businesses struggle to know their boundaries, uphold integrity, abide by government regulations and remain accountable for their actions on all fronts. To explore these practices and challenges in business ethics, Bentley will host its 9th Annual Global Business Ethics Symposium sponsored by State Street Foundation on Monday, May 20.
A team of Bentley undergraduate students headed to Captiol Hill to canvas congressional leaders about implementing a new “Energy 101” curriculum aimed at teaching basic energy principles at U.S. colleges and universities.