Robert Dalton, a 2007 graduate, and his wife Nicole launched 88 acres last month to coincide with a Kickstarter campaign.
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An organization co-founded by Northeastern alumnus Ben Kneppers has support from venture accelerator programs at Northeastern and in Chile to turn trash from the South American country’s communities and coastline into a sustainable business.
The second event in Northeastern’s Women Who Inspire speaker series featured four distinguished female leaders at the forefront of cutting edge technology and innovation in 3-D imaging, big data, and cloud computing.
Linlin Ma, a new assistant professor of finance in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, examines Twitter’s decision to go public.
On a Dialogue of Civilizations program in South Africa this summer, students worked closely with local entrepreneurs to deliver sustainable and socially responsible solutions for a variety of challenges facing their businesses.
Northeastern alumnus Abhi Nangia and current student Daniel Garafulic co-founded reweave, an organization creating a holistic social impact network that helps passionate people and social enterprises be better, together.
Two Northeastern alumni entrepreneurs unveiled their mobile produce market on Thursday that aims to bring healthy food to underserved areas of Boston.
Northeastern alumnus Greg Skloot’s event management software startup began as a student project but has quickly turned into a million dollar business.
Companies that expand their global footprint often take more chances than domestic firms, according to Annique Un, an associate professor in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.
Representatives of industry, government, and academe gathered at Northeastern on Wednesday for a daylong symposium on innovation in Massachusetts’ water industries.
The answer is yes, according to Michael Gasiorek, a fourth-year student in the Bachelor of Science in International Business program who is spending two years studying and working in China.
Joseph Giglio, an executive professor of general management, says that federal policymakers have turned to the same policy tools that helped create the country’s last housing bubble: easy money and cheap credit.