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September 30, 2011

Bentley faculty members Rick Oches and David Szymanski and senior Gregory Bucci are presenters at the 2011

TOPICS: Campus Life
Telegram.com September 28, 2011

Marketing Professor Michael Tesler discusses supermarket chain Big Y's decision to eliminate self-checkouts at its stores.

September 27, 2011

Bentley University’s full-time MBA program has, once again, been ranked among the Top 100 business schools worldwide as part of “Beyond Grey Pinstripes” for its commitment to integrating social and environmental stewardship in both teaching and research. The McCallum Graduate School was ranked #58 globally and in the top five in New England.

TOPICS: News, MBA
New Republic September 27, 2011

Professor of Economics Scott Sumner comments on the Republicans' clash with the Federal Reserve.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
CNN Money September 26, 2011

Professor of Economics Scott Sumner warns consumers that, although prices may seem attractively low during a time of economic deflation, it can hurt them more than it helps them b

TOPICS: Media Coverage
Boston Herald September 26, 2011

Professor of Marketing Mari Anne Snow gives advice on how to effectively network online.

Telegram.com September 22, 2011

Bentley University junior Ali Kane discusses her participation in and involvement with "Worcester Cinematic," a first of its kind showcase of short films by area filmmakers.

Wellesley Townsman September 21, 2011

Professor of Finance Leonard Rosenthal discusses the potential benefits of a local bank going public.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
September 21, 2011

In August 2012, Bentley University debuts The Bentley MBA, a masters of business administration program, making it one of a handful of schools in the nation to develop a dramatically new approach to management education.  In today’s ever-changing marketplace, organizations are looking to business schools to deliver a new kind of leader -- one who is able to nimbly adapt to social change and identify creative solutions to global issues.

TOPICS: MBA, News
Boston Herald September 21, 2011

Professor of Management and Psychology Aaron Nurick discusses how Starbucks can see a disgruntled barista's video rant as a "teachable moment."

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