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Yi Zheng, Faculty Fellow at the Center for Emerging Markets (CEM) and Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University, organized an enriching forum focused on “Sustainable Energy in Cities and Communities” to celebrate World Environment Day with the Boston Urban Forum.

Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.

The Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University hosted the 6th Annual Greater Boston Corporate Governance Workshop, attracting 32 attendees from 14 institutions. Organized by CEM Faculty Fellows Ruth Aguilera and Kevin Chuah, the event featured discussions on R&D management, public-private partnerships, regulatory impacts, proxy voting, and corporate emissions accountability, showcasing cutting-edge research and faculty expertise.

Casual dining seafood chain Red Lobster filed for bankruptcy Sunday, citing its all-you-can-eat shrimp promotion as a factor.


Competitive haste raises questions about safe development of the technology. Explore the issues with this dean's case study

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Think the workplace brings mothers nothing but guilt and stress? Think again.


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


For a healthier and happier career, know what aspects of your career are within your control and which aren't.


Professor Daniele Mathras recommends embracing a “Rose, Thorn, Bud” framework to share your positive experiences (Rose), your disappointments and vulnerabilities (Thorn) and excitement for the future (Bud).


D'Amore-McKim Distinguished Professor of Paula Caligiuri, explains how corporations can view departure training not as a challenge, but as a strategic asset.