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Forbes May 30, 2014

Betsy Myers, the founding director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley, asserts that companies must adapt and transform to attract and keep millennial women in the workforce.

Boston Globe May 22, 2014

Economics Professor Patricia Flynn discusses why Massachusetts is dependent on federal funds to fuel the growth of its innovation economy. 

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NJBIZ May 21, 2014

Betsy Myers is highlighted as the keynote speaker at New Jersey's first-ever statewide forum titled "Women Leading the Way: Conversations with Powerful Women on Adversity, Leadership and Educatio

Women In Web May 19, 2014

The key findings from Bentley's recently-released survey data on millennials in the workplace are highlighted. This story also asserts that perceptions about women in the workplace need to change.

UltiWorld May 19, 2014

Bentley Ultimate Society won the Division III Ultimate Frisbee National Championship. Bentley Icehouse defeated Elon Big Fat Bomb in the finals and took home their first ever national championship.

Wallet Hub May 19, 2014

Associate Professor of Global Studies Joel Deichmann discusses the best ways to save money while traveling abroad. 

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Waltham News Tribune May 19, 2014

Bentley's 2014 undergraduate commencement ceremony is highlighted with quotes from President Gloria Larson, Senior Class President Brian Shea and Chairman of TD Ameritrade Joe Moglia, who delivered the commencement address.

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National Association of Black Journalists May 15, 2014

Bentley University alumna Tiffany R. Warren is honored by The National Association of Black Journalists for her efforts to increase diversity in the media. 

CNBC May 15, 2014

CNBC highlights research from Bentley's PreparedU survey which reveals many business leaders believe that recent graduates may not be fully prepared for the workplace.

ere.net May 15, 2014

Results from Bentley's PreparedU survey are mentioned in this story about society's changing view of the value of a college education.

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