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Meet the 29 full-time faculty members joining D'Amore-McKim this fall; a group with boundary-spanning expertise that will deepen the school's interdisciplinary reach.
D'Amore-McKim experts say that streamflation is here to stay. Viewers should expect more ad-supported tiers as streamers adopt the traditional TV model they sought to upset.
The Academy of Management (AOM), the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars, recently hosted its annual conference in Boston. As part of the event, several awards were announced for journal authors, reviewers, and symposium conductors across its six journals and 26 divisions and interest groups. The D'Amore-McKim community fared well in these results, with five faculty and staff among those recognized.
Every social media marketer woke up on Wednesday, July 5th, with the same thought: should I stay or should I go?
This is a classic case of the false dilemma fallacy. You don't have to leave Twitter and you don't have to create a new Threads strategy – just yet.
The Dean's Corner series provides a first-person, informative narrative of exciting and important happenings at Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business. In this installment from Acting Dean Emery Trahan, he shares his last Dean's Corner message as he prepares to pass the torch on to Dunton Family Dean David De Cremer.
Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.
The buzz around all things generative AI has hit academia like a sledgehammer. From concerns about academic integrity to how using an “assistant” might affect student learning, professors everywhere are talking about it.
Twelve D'Amore-McKim students and alumni win 2023 Women Who Empower Innovator Awards.
Liberal-leaning businesses left Russia faster than conservative-leaning ones, Northeastern research finds
Dau and Thams' research found that U.S. firms led by liberal-leaning CEOs were more likely to exit Russia at the onset of the 2022 Ukraine-Russia military conflict than those run by conservative CEOs.