Most gifts are already in stores, but a rail strike would impact the holiday season in a more devastating way, says Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply chain management at Northeastern. Prices and access to items needed for everyday life would be directly impacted.

The Center for Emerging Markets sponsors TAMID @ Northeastern University's first conference.

Northeastern professor Jamie Ladge interviews entrepreneur and jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher as part of the Women Who Empower Innovator Awards event held in the Raytheon Amphitheater on Northeastern's Boston campus.

Emerging countries have been able to make use of the liberal trade and investment regime to support their development strategies without having to adopt the full gamut of neoliberal prescriptions. This is evident in a number of ways, including dispute settlement, the use of flexibilities such as trade remedies, and resistance to the expansion of free trade disciplines. Recent research explores how different emerging countries are positioned in regards to trade and investment law, how tensions develop between development policies and the demands of trade and investment legal frameworks, and how alternative visions will be driven by pragmatism and strategic self-interest rather than neoliberal orthodoxy.

This week's Twitter saga reminded me of the first principle of effective management: listen before talking. – Koen Pauwels

Ruth V. Aguilera, an acclaimed professor at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, was honored Wednesday at a Northeastern event that celebrated scholarly support and excellence.

Facebook parent company Meta's value has been tanking due to its investment in the virtual Metaverse. Experts at Northeastern say it's failing to take flight because it is outdated, misguided and out of touch with the rest of Big Tech.

This Veterans Day, Dick Power, DMSB'63, recalls what his time in ROTC, the service, and Northeastern means to him.

Since Elon Musk purchased Twitter for $44 billion on Oct. 27, speculation about how the short-form text-based platform will change has run wild.
Will Musk work to curb hate speech and misinformation on the platform? Will he charge users a subscription fee? Will there be layoffs? And, perhaps most saliently, will Twitter survive the change-of-hands against the backdrop of years of unprofitability?

Commemorating 75 years of independence in India, the Center for Emerging Markets teamed up with the Consulate General of India, New York to host a series of high-level talks on India-U.S. partnerships for innovation. Among the esteemed attendees: India's ambassador to the U.S., Hon. Taranjit S. Sandhu.