Business ethics issues are on the table as Bentley University students gather for the 17th annual Bentley Business Bowl (BBB) on February 22. Student teams will analyze cases that present ethical, business, accounting or auditing dilemmas.
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The results of Bentley's PreparedU Project survey are highlighted in this opinion piece advocating the importance of the arts and sciences in MBA programs.
Anti-scam expert and Senior Lecturer Steven Weisman appears on New England Cable News to explain the problem of identity theft with regards to income taxes.
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