More than most years, 2022 saw the social media landscape shifting in major ways. Northeastern experts say 2023 is primed for even more seismic changes.
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It turns out that a digital platform assembled by a Northeastern research group on short notice amid the COVID-19 pandemic substantially helped lessen a Massachusetts crisis in healthcare staffing.
Taking action can prevent financial PTSD from inflation and threats of recession, says Northeastern professor Kristen Lee. But it's a process. Carlos Cuevas, a clinical psychologist, says trauma patients are often reluctant to seek help, while Vincent Muscolino, a lecturer of finance, tries to make learning about budgets fun.
Price cap on Russian oil is experimental, but Russia won't get away unscathed, Northeastern expert says
Additional sanctions and a price cap on seaborne Russian crude oil demonstrate the EU and G-7's noteworthy determination to find an end to the war in Ukraine, a Northeastern expert says, and a complete embargo on Russian oil might follow.
With acetaminophen and ibuprofen hard to find, some parents are asking if they can cut down adult medications to give their children. Brandon Dionne, associate clinical professor in Northeastern's School of Pharmacy, urges caution.
Air travelers this holiday season can expect to pay higher airfares and see busier airports as demand picks up and the industry moves toward pre-pandemic volume.
What do this year's record-setting Black Friday and Cyber Monday tell us about how consumers are feeling in this economy?
Black Friday and Cyber Monday online sales set new records this year—even against the backdrop of continued economic uncertainty driven largely by prolonged high inflation.
Holiday gifts already delivered, but rail strike would be catastrophic in other ways, Northeastern expert warns
Most gifts are already in stores, but a rail strike would impact the holiday season in a more devastating way, says Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply chain management at Northeastern. Prices and access to items needed for everyday life would be directly impacted.
This week's Twitter saga reminded me of the first principle of effective management: listen before talking. – Koen Pauwels
Facebook parent company Meta's value has been tanking due to its investment in the virtual Metaverse. Experts at Northeastern say it's failing to take flight because it is outdated, misguided and out of touch with the rest of Big Tech.