A carefully edited selection of family business trending issues

Yael Karlinsky-Shichor, whose research focuses on the automation of decision-making and its application to marketing, is on a quest to find out what exactly is going on in our head when we make decisions that override suggestions or recommendations made by automated systems.

This year celebrates a decade of NU-CUIBE, an event that gives international business students the chance to develop and showcase their analytical skills.

Does overindulgence trigger philanthropic behavior? Associate Teaching Professor of Marketing Alexander DePaoli describes the psychology behind post-Black Friday giving.

Steve Leber, DMSB ’64, chose Northeastern for its co-op program, a decision that launched his career working with some of the biggest acts in the world.

Northeastern student Emilio Guido has chronicled the life story of Theofanis Orfanos, who was captured at 15 by the Nazis and survived 18 months of captivity, for his new documentary film, Laugh Now: A Perspective on Life, Liberty & the Holocaust.

Northeastern graduate Alan S. McKim, vice chair of Northeastern’s Board of Trustees, received the 2019 Distinguished Entrepreneur Award from President Joseph E. Aoun for his leadership of Clean Harbors, the leading provider of environmental, energy, and industrial services in North America.

Three Northeastern professors are using an interdisciplinary approach to research ways to disrupt supply chains that use human trafficking to exploit agricultural workers in the United States.

“From technology basics to an understanding of why the digital world is changing so fast, the technological entrepreneurship program gives you a privileged view of what’s next and how to take advantage of it,” says Gallegos

Seven semesters, 21 countries, and three co-ops. Lindis Barry, DMSB’19, is taking over our Instagram account this Monday to give us an inside look at her D’Amore-McKim experience.