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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.


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.


The FTC rule would eliminate a common part of employee contracts for millions in the U.S., one that limits innovation, mobility and wages, experts say.


Paula Caligiuri met Andy Palmer on Bumble and the pair realized their romantic connection wasn't as strong as their professional one, so they wrote a book together about taking control of your career.


Tom Tyler, author of Why People Obey the Law, joined esteemed Northeastern faculty in a rich interdisciplinary discussion around behavioral approaches to justice.

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.

David De Cremer was installed as the Dunton Family Dean of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business on March 21, 2024.


Reddit aims to go public and allow some users to buy shares, with a targeting a valuation of about $6.5 billion. D'Amore-Mckim Associate Professor of Finance, John Bai, suggests that Reddit's decision to go public and potentially allow users to buy shares could stem from necessity rather than choice.