Economics Professor Scott Sumner co-authors this piece on why wealth and income inequality are increasing.
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Developed in conjunction with Bentley, the Greater Media Boston Innovation Series is highlighted for people in the Boston community who want to know more about the ever-changing marketing landscape.
Professor of Law, Taxation and Financial planning Steve Weisman says, “You should not use your debit card anywhere other than in an ATM machine.“
Jorge Albarran ’17, Sebastian Alegria ’17, and Ting Ting Lin ’18 are among 860 American undergraduate students from 332 colleges and universities across the U.S. selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
A team of Bentley University undergraduate students traveled to Washington D.C. this spring to help raise awareness about the economic impacts of geoscience research.
Veloxity, a company founded by Bentley University graduates that creates charging stations, campaigns to end dead cell phones at summer music festivals.
A group of 35 Bentley students in Troy Boutelle's effective selling course raised more than $22,000 for the Jimmy Fund in just a few weeks.
Joann McKenna, Vice President for Enrollment Management at Bentley, authors a piece discussing the initiative to allow students to pursue their passion, rather than pursuing a "polished resume."
Steve Weisman, cyber expert and professor at Bentley University, discusses what personal information is at risk after the IRS hack.
According to a survey conducted by Bentley, millennials are more interested in starting their own businesses than striving for an executive position.