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“AI is often seen as a panacea. When we discuss ethical AI, it seems we want to shift our responsibilities to machines,” says Kasparov. “But like a mirror reflecting our flaws, AI simply highlights our societal issues.”

On June 14, 2024, the school hosted the first in a series of events to address and celebrate the thematic pillars of our new mission, starting with a focus on leadership and technology in business.

Tesla recently fired members of the team responsible for expanding its Supercharger network. A Northeastern business expert says it may be a good thing.


A June 2024 conference sponsored by D'Amore-McKim aims to help people work smarter, not harder, thanks to the help of AI and solve the world's problems along the way.

Still in his 20s, Jasper Lau, DMSB'19, is making headlines at the helm of innovative venture capital firm Era, but he credits his parents' struggle, lots of hard work, and D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern for his success.

A new award-winning class from D'Amore-McKim Professor Loredana Padurean is turning heads and changing minds.

Sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets, the International Business Club (IBC) held its inaugural International Business & Emerging Markets Case Competition on campus on Saturday, October 28, 2023.

On Saturday, October 28, 2023, the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University held the second annual India summit: India – The Next Startup Nation? to explore India's vibrant startup ecosystem.

E&I Professor Samina Karim's work on how firms use acquisitions to achieve long-term business reconfiguration has garnered her a top prize from the Strategic Management Journal.

The Center for Emerging Markets was thrilled to participate in India's dynamic startup scene by supporting SmartIDEAthon 2023, one of the country's largest social innovation pitchfests.