A carefully edited selection of family business trending issues

Ruth V. Aguilera’s research, teaching, and service efforts are significant and have attracted worldwide acclaim. In 2016 she was named a Fellow to the Academy of International Business (AIB), and in 2018 she was inducted as a Fellow to the Strategic Management Society (SMS).

New assistant professor Weiling Liu wants to know why insurance and banking markets expand and contract. The answer could help consumers protect their own financial stability.

Alumna Grace Cuneo Lineman, DMSB ’13, and her sister are using unique recipes to pay homage to the great women of history, as well as those women making history today.

A brother and sister, both Northeastern alumni, have teamed up to modernize a clothing accessory that some say is on the historical fringe of fashion.

Northeastern graduates, Josh Trautwein, CSSH’10 and Annika Morgan, DMSB’14, rebranded their IDEA venture into About Fresh. Now, they’re hoping to bring healthy food options right to Boston residents.

A carefully edited selection of family business trending issues

Go the extra mile to help family, friends, and colleagues, Bob Davis, a venture capitalist who co-founded one of the internet’s first search engines, told graduates of Northeastern’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business on Wednesday. “You will be amazed at how your career will fly as people take notice,” he said.

The #MeToo Movement put a national focus on harassment and gender bias in numerous sectors. With this in mind, Tim Hoff shines a light on the experiences of women in the medical field.

A new study co-authored by Yakov Bart, an associate professor of marketing at Northeastern, finds that first-time investors are failing to diversify their assets, and thus putting themselves at greater financial risk. These investors may be better off, he says, picking stocks at random instead.