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App Idea Wins Shark Tank-Style Competition

Junior Hilary Yeboah '21 takes first place in the Fourth Annual World of Money Youth Business Pitch Competition for her idea to create an app for high school students looking to apply to college scholarships and internships.

Waltham Works: Bentley U’s Natalie Hayes Sustains Impact

Associate Director of Sustainability, Natalie Hayes, is featured for her work ensuring the Bentley campus is a model of sustainability.

Is Something Wrong With Spain’s Political Leaders?

An oped written by Global Studies Professor Bonnie Field explores the struggles to establish a new government in Spain.

Climate Change Bills: It’s Not Either/Or

Assistant Professor of Public Policy Rob DeLeo authors an oped asserting that the two bills currently being considered by the Massachusetts State Legislature that would increase funding to counter climate change, are not mutually exclusive.

4 Advantages Of Supporting An Employee's Side Business

Market research from Bentley University is highlighted for finding that 66 percent of millennials want to start their own business. 

Creating an ethical work culture

86 percent of millennials consider it a main priority to work for a business that conducts itself ethically and responsibly, according to market research from Bentley.

The Effects of Uncertainty on Economic Outcomes

Assistant Professor of Economics Laura Jackson Young co-authors a blog post highlighting how uncertainty has a negative impact on the overall economy. The post was cited during recent senate hearings on monetary policy. 

More Women Should Study Entrepreneurship

Management Professor Linda Edelman explains how to make entrepreneurship more appealing to women.

The Potential Downside to Amazon's Recent Charitable Endeavor

Philosophy Professor Jeff Moriarty authors an op-ed on why Amazon’s commitment to build affordable housing is an example of a worrying trend: corporations playing roles that are more appropriate for governments.

Antitrust Issues Against Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple Should Be Addressed This Way

Senior Lecturer of Law Steve Weisman offers his perspective on the congressional investigation into whether tech giants are stifling market competition and harming consumers.