Curtis C. Verschoor, Research Scholar in the Center for Business Ethics, voices his concern on federal income tax incentives motivating questionable compensation decisions that benefit executives at the expense of taxpayers and share owners.
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President Gloria Larson explains that the 'Power of Us' theme for the 9th annual Massachusetts Conference for Women reflects the power of women to affect change economically, in their communities and around the world.
Liz Brown, business law professor and author of Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have, authors a piece on how lawyers can take a realistic and productive approach to transition into a new career path.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Bentley University among theTop 30 College & University listof the largest green power users.
President Gloria Larson tells the Wall Street Journal how Bentley's model combines business and arts & sciences to produce more well-rounded graduates.
Deborah Dunsire, CEO of Millennium Pharmaceuticals, sat down with Sandra Gluckman at an event co-sponsored by the Center for the Integration of Science and Industry and the Center for Women and Business to discuss her career journey and offer advice.
Accounting Professor Donna McConville is highlighted for outlining the difference between a Masters of Science in Accounting and a Masters of Science in Taxation. Professor McConville offers advice to students on how to decide which path is best to fulfill their interests and acheive their future goals.
Law Professor and author of "Life After Law" Liz Brown, J.D. is interviewed about alternative career paths for lawyers that still get the most out of their law degree.
At Bentley University’s 20th Raytheon Lecture in Business Ethics on November 5, Georg Kell addresses the United Nations’ challenge to move from incremental change and progress on a massive scale as it continues to promote cooperation among governments, businesses and civil service organizations.