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Dau and Thams' research found that U.S. firms led by liberal-leaning CEOs were more likely to exit Russia at the onset of the 2022 Ukraine-Russia military conflict than those run by conservative CEOs.

Brittany Chambers DMSB'13, and Pabel Martinez SSH'13 reflect on how Northeastern University's Ujima Scholars program has positively impacted their lives.

Madison Rifkin, DMSB'21 creates a startup aimed at connecting tourists with short-term rental accommodations.

Robert Yang, DMSB'24, and Matias Belete, DMSB'24 start a streetwear brand that embraces cross cultural awareness.

D'Amore-McKim Professor's Koen Pauwels and Yakov Bart measured the effect of racially diverse TV ads on consumer purchase intentions.

“Tech” and “waste cleanup” don't seem to go together. Yet for Alan McKim—vice chair of Northeastern University's Board of Trustees; half the namesake of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business; and the founder, chairman and former CEO of the environmental cleanup giant Clean Harbors—combining the two is always top of mind.

Faced with a declining stock price and slow user growth, Snapchat is pivoting away from connecting friends in favor of discovery tools aimed at helping content creators. 

The collapse of an Interstate 95 bridge in Philadelphia creates not just a traffic problem, it's also a “really serious” supply chain problem—and that's going to hit your wallet, Northeastern University expert Nada Sanders says.

Yvonne Hao, secretary of economic development for Massachusetts and former COO and CFO of Boston-based PillPack, shared her advice on navigating the changing economy.

Two Boston Public School valedictorians will be joining D'Amore-McKim this upcoming fall. A total of 13 BPS valedictorians are set to become Huskies in the fall.