A study co-authored by Management Professor Marcus Stewart is highlighted stating that sales increase when the level of diversity among employees matches that of its surrounding community.
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Bentley is feautured in the Wall Street Journal's listing of what students earn 10 years after college graduation.
Professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning Steve Weisman warns of potential scamming tactics to be used on health insurance recipients in response to the recently opened Medicare enrollment period.
Professor Steve Weisman explains how placing a hold on credit reports can help to prevent identity theft.
College Factual ranks Bentley University among the top 10 business schools in the U.S.
President Gloria Larson and Hill Holiday CEO Karen Kaplan discuss how colleges and business can prepare recent college graduate for the workplace.
US Representative Katherine Clark references research from Bentley’s Center for Women and Business stating that more than 70 percent of the people entering the workforce are women or people of color.
Director of Bentley’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry Fred Ledley explains why it is a mistake to focus pharmaceutical policy on the perceived fairness of drug prices as opposed to the value new drugs could provide.
NECN consults Steve Weisman for his expertise on ways the elderly can protect themselves against scams.
Bentley’s Computer Information Systems program is highlighted as being one of the best in the Boston area.