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boston.com February 7, 2013

Marketing Professor Raj Sisodia joins his co-author, Whole Foods co-CEO John Mackey, on a tour to promote their book "Concious Capitalism" and emphasize the "inherent good of cap

boston.com February 7, 2013

Bentley University's head baseball coach, Bob DeFelice, is celebrated as he kicks off his 45th season with a home opener game on March 20th.  

Emerging Markets Research Network February 7, 2013

Anthony Buono, Founding Coordinator of Bentley University's Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, shares his expert

Harvard Business Review February 5, 2013

Marketing Professor Raj Sisoda,  recognized for his recently published book Consious Capitalism, now shares his expert opinion on the complexity that globalization and technology

February 5, 2013

The first of its kind among colleges and universities, Career Development Introduction (CDI) 101 — provides first year students with a comprehensive career toolkit and the opportunity to do mock interviews and elevator pitches in front of corporate recruiters.

Edge February 4, 2013

Dean of Arts & Sciences Daniel Everett responds to Edge.org's 2013 question "What should we be worried about?" with th

February 1, 2013

Ten Bentley juniors laced up their running shoes to benefit the pediatric hematology-oncology program at Mass General Hospital for Children.

Lexington Minuteman February 1, 2013

Bentley University students and Finance Lecturer Peter Siy are highlighted for their new hands-on Integrated Business Course project to help improve

Newsmax January 30, 2013

Marketing Professor Raj Sisodia is highlighted fo co-authoring 'Conscious Capitalism' with Whole Foods CEO John Mackey.

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January 30, 2013

Kenneth Goodpaster, Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics at Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas (MN) , will explore why, in the face of a pattern of high productivity and failing ethics, Americans choose to deepen corporate responsibility rather than abandon capitalism in favor of more socialistic models.

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