Cynthia Clark, director of Bentley’s Harold Geneen Institute of Corporate Governance, comments on whether an increase in ethics codes for professional accountants is needed.
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Center for Business Ethics research fellow Jay Halfond scrutinizes the unethical endeavors responsible for the downfall of the second largest automobile manufacturer.
Bentley’s PreparedU study explains the shift in long-term corporate career aspirations among millennials.
Marketing Professor Lan Xia shares advice on how companies should handle playful media posts about their brand.
Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences David Szymanski says it is vital to our country’s future to consider which presidential candidate’s policies support sustainable business.
Bentley shares plans to build new multipurpose arena.
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project is highlighted stating that 66% of millennials say they want to be entrepreneurs.
One entrepreneur substantiates Bentley’s affirmation from the PreparedU Project that most millennials find success with flexible work hours.
Michael Hoffman, founding executive director of the Center for Business Ethics, comments on whether or not it's ethical for universities to accept funding from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Bentley's CMT Director and Marketing Professor Ian Cross identifies potential reservations from companies eligible to sponsor Independence Day events.