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Tom Tyler, author of Why People Obey the Law, joined esteemed Northeastern faculty in a rich interdisciplinary discussion around behavioral approaches to justice.

Reddit aims to go public and allow some users to buy shares, with a targeting a valuation of about $6.5 billion. D'Amore-Mckim Associate Professor of Finance, John Bai, suggests that Reddit's decision to go public and potentially allow users to buy shares could stem from necessity rather than choice.

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Bitcoin's remarkable 69% price surge since January sets new all-time highs. Professor Ravi Sarathy dives into the pros and cons of Cryptocurrency Investment, unraveling the impact of Bitcoin ETFs on streamlining the buying and selling process.

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A Boston restaurant owner made headlines after confronting a customer for disputing a cancellation fee, prompting a heated discussion about why it costs money even when you don't make it to dinner.

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After a federal judge blocked JetBlue's $3.8 billion merger with Spirit Airlines over competition concerns, could Spirit be toast as a result?

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Inflation has fallen, but food prices remain high due to “a collision of factors,” according to D'Amore-Mckim school of business experts.

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Northeastern University business experts say it's a big gamble, noting that many countries get involved in the global sports market for a variety of reasons — some of which have little to do with economic growth.

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Assistant Professor John Lowrey comprehensive view of the decision-making process guiding grocery stores' waste reduction strategies.

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Northeastern expert dives into the fascinating dynamics of Swift's influence on various industries and the profound impact on consumer behavior.

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The crises in the Panama and Suez canals are currently wreaking havoc on shipping routes, posing a threat to the smooth flow of the supply chain. I

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