In an era in which technological advances have enabled the rapid globalization of business, control over information is essential to business but can raise complex ethical issues. George Brenkert, professor of business ethics at McDonough School of Business of Georgetown University, will present “Corporate Control of Information: Ethical Challenges and Dilemmas” on Monday, February 9, at 3:30 p.m.
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For the fifth consecutive year, Bentley students are among seven finalist teams in the annual NASA Means Business (NMB) competition scheduled for spring 2009. The team consists of approximately 10 Bentley students who will present to NASA officials at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL, in May.
Daily News Tribune: Professor of Marketing Ian Cross and his class are highlighted for a new marketing partnership between Bentley and the Trustees of Reservations in Students in the Market for Fresh Ideas. (January 28, 2009)
Bentley University and The Trustees of Reservations (The Trustees), a nonprofit conservation organization and the nation’s oldest statewide land trust, have launched an innovative joint venture designed to expose undergraduate business students to consulting work in the fast growing field of green marketing.
New England Cable News: Assistant Professor of Management Scott Latham discusses the benefits and drawbacks of starting a new business after being laid off in Turning a Layoff into an Opportunity. (January 22, 2009)
The Atlanta Journal Constitution: Professor of Government, Jeff Gulati praises President Obama's decision to use new technology to give the public greater access to the White House in President Obama Wants to Hear from You
Juan Williams, one of America’s leading journalists, will be the keynote speaker for the 23rd annual Celebration for Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., at Bentley University on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 8:00 a.m., in the Executive Dining Room in the LaCava Center.
Bentley University received a $62,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to support a pilot curriculum initiative entitled Complex Problems/Creative Solutions -- aimed at helping undergraduate students, as the leaders of tomorrow’s corporations, government agencies, and NGOs, work across disciplines to solve complex problems, such as global warming, affordable health care, and poverty.