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Negotiating the salary for a new job or promotion can rank as one of life’s biggest stressors. But it doesn’t have to be.
Data compiled by Bentley’s Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business points to the importance of considering the multifaceted identities of employees and how companies can become more inclusive.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, Steve Weisman, discusses two new scams to look out for this tax season and how to avoid them.
Senior Lecturer, and scam expert, Steve Weisman shares tips to ensure you are not one of the growing number of identity theft victims.
Senior lecturer and author of "Identity Theft Alert" Steve Weisman explains the importance of the credit card chip when it comes to fighting against fraud.
Accounting Lecturer Arthur Reed explains the three big factors that contribute to Amazon’s ability to legally avoid paying federal income taxes.
Management Professor Cynthia Clark adds context to the reasons why C-suite and board room diversity continues to be minimal in the United States.
Professor of Global Studies Joni Seager's latest book, "The Women’s Atlas," provides comprehensive global data on the key issues facing women today.
History Professor Chris Beneke weighs in as more colleges and universities ask faculty interviewing for positions to explain how their experience can impact institutional efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.