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CEOs make nearly 200 times more than other workers and their pay hikes keep outpacing employees. It’s an ‘outrage,’ a top advisor says

Fortune |

Early data from the next Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report is highlighted for revealing that two thirds of all Americans believe companies are doing a poor job of reigning in the wealth gap between CEOs and employees.

New Poll: 66% of Americans give companies a failing grade for CEO pay

CNN |

In this broadcast segment, CNN reporter Matt Egan discusses exclusive, early data from the upcoming Benltey-Gallup Business in Society Report focused on the pay gap between CEOs and employees.

66% of Americans give companies a failing grade for CEO pay

CNN |

Exclusive data from the upcoming Bentley-Gallup Business in Society report is featured and John W. Poduska Professor of Governance Cynthia Clark is quoted in this online piece about the CEO pay gap.

How often should you change your banking passwords, really?

Yahoo! Finance |

Senior Lecturer and scam expert Steve Weisman advises consumers to change their passwords every year and when it's necessary to do it more often.

Android Users Warned After Apps Steal Bank Information

Newsweek |

Senior Lecturer of Law and Taxation Steve Weisman explains why Android phones may be targeted by scammers more than iPhones.

For AI to Deliver on Its Promise, People Need to Trust It

CNET |

Results from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report are cited that indicate 79% of Americans don't trust businesses to use AI responsibly. 

Is A Four-Day Workweek Going from Radical to Routine?

CEOworld Magazine |

Data from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report is used to reveal that the majority of Americans - 77% - say a four-day, 40-hour workweek would have a positive impact.

Bentley Graduates Overcome Tumultuous Circumstances To Earn Degrees

Waltham Patch |

Bentley graduates are featured for overcoming the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic during their time in college.

Research: What Companies Don’t Know About How Workers Use AI

Harvard Business Review |

Data from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report is featured for the findings around AI, including that 79% of U.S. adults report low or no trust that businesses will use AI responsibly.

Why retail real estate developers must build sustainability into their plans

Chain Store Age |

The Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report is referenced for revealing that 77% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 found it “extremely important” that businesses operate sustainably for the environment and the planet.