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Washington Post June 9, 2017

Research from Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlighted in a discussion of millennials involvement in recent national security leaks.

University of Miami School of Business Administration January 26, 2017

Professor of Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Beverly Earle joined academics, business executives, lawyers and NGO thought leaders from around the world to discuss best practices for controlling corruption.

Huffington Post December 28, 2016

Research Fellow at Bentley's Center for Business Ethics Jay Halfond discusses the difficulties of protecting public safety and preserving personal liberty.

Christian Science Monitor November 30, 2016

Jeffrey Moriarty, associate professor and chair of the Philosophy department at Bentley, comments on the importance of having diverse corporate values.

by Meredith Mason  November 18, 2016

Professor R. Edward Freeman, academic director of the Institute for Business in Society at the University of Virginia, joined the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley to discuss the importance of implementing “responsible capitalism” in a public lecture sponsored by Verizon Communications.

by Meredith Mason  August 3, 2016

To celebrate the CBE’s 40th anniversary, the Center hosted an academic conference and gala, inviting previous visiting scholars from around the world.

by George Grattan July 7, 2016

Cynthia Clark, Associate Professor, Management, has been named a Fulbright Scholar for the academic year 2016-2017. She will study ethics and corporate governance in Spain, and will be hosted by both the University of Valencia and the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

by Meredith Mason  June 20, 2016

With great corporate power comes great corporate responsibility—or so we hope.

Boston Globe May 21, 2016

Management Professor Cynthia Clark comments on new activist techniques relating to corporate social responsibility.  

by Jill Brown April 14, 2016

Despite story after story of large global buyers attempting to address them, inequities, unfairness, and unsafe working conditions in underdeveloped parts of the world continue. What can be done?

 

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