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Co-led by professors Amir Grinstein and Daniele Mathras of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business as part of a partnership with tech accelerator 50:50 Startups, Bridging Conflicts pairs Northeastern students with startups that are co-founded by Israeli and Palestinian entrepreneurs.

Natasha Shazana, DMSB'13, quit her private equity job in New York City to build a new empowering bra brand in Malaysia.

With multiple social media platforms and millions of people flocking online every day, it's no surprise so many people want to become digital content creators—or even better: influencers.

Northeastern airlines industry expert Ravi Sarathy says JetBlue's acquisition of Spirit Airlines will probably result in higher fares for consumers, as the low-cost carrier Spirit disappears in the planned $3.8 billion purchase.

For the love of fashion and out of entrepreneurial curiosity, Lukas Dudzik COS'23 and Alder Whiteford DMSB'24 are curating an online platform, Sewn Boutique, to showcase small designer brands.

For many Americans, getting ahead financially can be tricky in present economic conditions. What does all this uncertainty mean for both new and savvy investors? Northeastern's finance experts weigh in.

Kate Madigan, DMSB'15, MS'15, is the first woman to serve as assistant general manager of the New Jersey Devils, becoming the sixth woman in NHL history to serve in that role.

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 Interim Dean Emery Trahan, he shares some important updates on the Dunton Family Dean search, programs happenings, and our 100th Anniversary celebration.

Let's not make things worse. As a summary, organizations and marketers love to talk about the benefits of our products and the customers who benefit from our products. But there are always consequences to products. Sometimes they are substantial, and sometimes they affect some groups more than others.

Northeastern, industry experts say travel woes will continue this summer but expect delays, cancellations and flight cost issues to subside in the fall.