After sitting down with Deloitte National Campus Recruiter Scott McQuillan, student Joseph Hark explains how to properly go through the process of accepting and rejecting job offers.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner chats with hosts of "The Hays Advantage" Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn along with Bloomberg writer Caroline Baum about why the Fed should move towards nominal GDP targeting.
The launch of the Center for the Integration of Science and Industry, founded and directed by Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Fred Ledley, is highlighted after receiving a grant from the National Biomedical Research Foundation.
In collaboration with the National Bureau of Economic Research, Economics Professor Dhaval Dave finds that an increase in social interactions may have positive effects on health and can help individuals appreciate cost and benefits of their decisions.
Alums Joseph Lamoureux and Jared Anista are featured for their innovative startup company Go Pro Workouts, LLC.
Professor of Mathematical Sciences and statistician Richard Cleary suggests the Blackhawks' probability of a 22 point streak is only once every 700 years. Story was also picked up by HispanicBusiness.com.
Small-business owners can take advantage of free tax advice at a series of taxpayer workshops at Bentley University on Monday, March 4. The program is geared toward entrepreneurs of all kinds, and even those just starting to think about opening a business.
Bentley collaborated with the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity in 2011 to survey on the technology and electronic health records process being implemented by professionals today.
Bloomberg Radio will debut on Clear Channel’s WXKS 1200AM/94.5FM-HD2 with Bentley University as a co-producer of content, drawing on Bentley's academic resources. Bloomberg Radio will also present programming that incorporates students, including the award-winning Fed Challenge team and student-run Bentley Investment Group.