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3 in 4 young Americans stress importance of firms operating in environmentally sustainable way: survey

The Hill |

Data from the Bentley-Gallup Force for Good survey reveals young people are demanding businesses have a strong moral compass.

Tax-related identity theft is the most common form of identity theft

WWLP-TV |

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman urges people to file their taxes early to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft.

Consumer Alert: Beware of malicious QR codes

NBC 10 WJAR |

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman explains why QR codes create a huge opportunity for scammers and how consumers can stay safe.

Jay-Z and TPCO Restructure Partnership: This Week in Cannabis Investing

Kiplinger |

New research by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is highlighted for finding that marijuana legalization is associated with economic improvements and increased job opportunities.

Bentley University RSM Gallery To Debut New Exhibit Later This Month

Waltham Patch |

Bentley’s RSM Gallery is featured as it gets ready to premiere a new exhibit by artist Bradford Johnson.

Experts discuss pandemic fallout on students, see new year as opportunity

The Quadcast |

Vice President for Student Affairs Andrew Shepardson joins a podcast hosted by the Mary Christie Institute to share thoughts on college student mental health and wellbeing from the last year.

New poll reveals which political party wants companies to take public stances on social issues

Fox News |

Data from the Bentley-Gallup Force for Good survey is featured for revealing how Americans feel about companies speaking out on political and social issues. 

Americans divided over businesses taking political stances, poll says

United Press International |

Results from the Bentley-Gallup Force for Good show the public is split over whether companies should express their viewpoints on political and social issues. 

Americans divided in new poll on whether businesses should take political, social stances

The Hill |

Data from the Bentley-Gallup Force for Good survey is featured for revealing how Americans feel about companies speaking out on issues.

Marijuana might hurt Elon Musk's productivity, but legalization has helped US workers find jobs and earn higher wages, a study finds

Business Insider |

New research by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is featured for exploring the impact of recreational marijuana legalization on the employment and wages of American workers.