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by Marcia Frellick March 16, 2017

The statistic that best summarizes why business and health care must join forces may be this one: The United States spends more on health care by far than any other country, but ranks 42nd in global life expectancy.

March 16, 2017

Spotting royals is hardly the only thing to do in this city across the pond.

by Caroline Cruise March 15, 2017

Brooke Jameson ’19 never planned to join the Bentley family, but as soon as she visited campus she knew it was home. She follows in the footsteps of her parents, Ed ’85 and Megan (Zielinski) ’85.

by Kristin Livingston March 15, 2017

The idea was cooked up over breakfast one day by Peter Cowie ’81, P ’10 and David Splaine ’81: create an endowed class scholarship — the first of its kind at Bentley — in honor of their 35th reunion.

by Kristin Livingston March 15, 2017

When Arnold Marcus ’48 sailed to the South Pacific as a machinist aboard the USS Columbia in the winter of 1945, he never expected to come home.

by Caroline Cruise March 15, 2017

Bentley trustee Nick Stavropoulos ’79 has been named president and chief operating officer of San Francisco-based Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). The formerly separate roles of president for the gas and electric businesses were consolidated into this single utility president.

by Mary K. Pratt March 15, 2017

When Sarah (Matos) Cincotta ’07 moved to Chicago in 2014 with her husband, Chris ’07, and their two young children, the former Finance major landed a position as head of styling and customer experience for online boutique Mac & Mia. The two-year-old company taps into the “curated box” phenomenon, which started with beauty products and now includes all manner of items. Here, the customers are busy, style-conscious parents who want quality clothes for tots sized up to 6T.

by Mary K. Pratt March 15, 2017

Kyle Raeburn ’08 and Lauren Raeburn ’10, MBA ’11 grew up with entrepreneurial dreams. Their father is the fifth generation to own and run International Insignia Corp., a manufacturer of military insignia based in Rhode Island. Kyle joined the company himself in 2007 and Lauren built a career in software sales. The siblings’ year-old venture — LK Meyer — operates out of the family’s foundry to make handcrafted jewelry inspired by the New England coast.

March 15, 2017

Bentley’s Sandeep Purao (right) is working with Waltham officials and the Council on Aging to understand how city priorities line up with the values of residents, and how these factors will influence the design of smart-city solutions. The Trustee Professor of Information and Process Management is pictured with Council on Aging Director Marybeth Duffy and City Councilor Carlos Vidal.

February 10, 2017

An interview with Carolina Figueroa, Bentley's new vice president for enrollment management.

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