Bentley University is one of the first three schools in the United States to offer exchange programs aimed at business students from the University of Navarra's.
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"[T]here is nothing illegal about companies...using gathered data for political campaigns. Their liability relates to allegedly having received the data and used it without the permission of Facebook," says Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, in this opinion piece.
Many low-income communities don’t have access to the fresh, healthy food that many of us take for granted. A group of Bentley students hoped to change that by putting their training to work to help a local mobile food organization better serve its customers.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave's research suggests, “'[e-cigarette] use reduces smoking by adults,” who cut down on cigarettes while using e-cigs.'"
Bentley student, Reginald Fils ('19), is highlighted for receiving a grant for creating programs that emphasize the relationship between community activism and entrepreneurship.
Senior Lecturer of Russian History Leonid Trofimov gives his take on president Vladimir Putin's re-election and what it means for Russia.
In this opinion piece, Fred Ledley, director of center for integration of science and industry, addresses the impact the NIH has on essential new drugs coming to market and how proposed Trump cuts would slow progress in developing new cures.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave's new research finds evidence that prohibiting an employer from asking if an applicant has a criminal record is associated with an increase in property crime among working-age Hispanic men.
Dawn-Marie Driscoll, executive fellow and advisory board member of the Center for Business Ethics, comments on the importance of business ethics.
Management professor Susan Adams comments on the powerful effect salary transparency has on women's career trajectory.