Ten years and a billion dollars. That’s what it takes, on average, to bring a new drug or medical device to the marketplace. What are the qualities people need to persevere through those metrics?
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Most of Bentley’s first students were commuters and would bring or purchase their own meals.
Maureen Forrester has joined Bentley as vice president and chief financial officer/treasurer. Her deep experience in financial leadership crosses higher education and the corporate sector.
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Professor Mahendra Gujarathi has been named the Outstanding Accounting Educator for 2018 by the American Accounting Association.
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The Center for Women and Business is recognized for their newest curated research report which reveals that women continue to get left behind in the workplace, from entry level positions to early management opportunities.