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by Sean Kerrigan December 10, 2018

A partnership between Bentley University and Loomis Sayles aims to diversify the talent pool for investment managers.

by Mary K. Pratt December 3, 2018

Matthew Freitag’s family adopted a puppy while he was at college, a yellow Lab they named Bentley. Everyone agreed it was an appropriate fit: Matt ’16 (above) is one of five in his extended clan to attend the university.

by Michael Blanding December 3, 2018

Adrian Wong ’08 worked in finance but dreamed of finding an industry he could disrupt with new technology to improve a product. His search ended at the local burger joint.

by Kristin Livingston December 3, 2018

When Facebook acquires a company like Instagram or WhatsApp, the fit of technology seems natural. Not so in 2014, when the social media colossus bought Oculus VR and its virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift.

by Molly McKinnon December 3, 2018

What do mustard and moisturizer have in common?

by Kristin Livingston December 3, 2018

A Sudanese refugee and a Puerto Rican executive prove that it's a small, small world.

by Kristen Walsh December 3, 2018

The weight of research points to gender inequities as a fact of life in the modern workplace.

 

by Kristen Walsh November 8, 2018

Alexandria Steinmann '18 pursued her passion for investing to land an analyst position at the global financial services company Credit Suisse.

by Kristen Walsh October 17, 2018

A symposium led by organizational experts Shawn and Ryan Quinn encouraged students to bring positivity to their social and workplace relationships, part of a week-long series of Inauguration Week activities. 

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by Deblina Chakraborty August 24, 2018

Christine Reighley loves Maine like it’s her job. And for all intents and purposes, it is.

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