Christopher Bosso, a political science professor at Northeastern University in Boston, said Obama’s comments may be less about a political calculation and more reflective of the fact that he doesn’t […]
The U.S. has been successful in reducing the threat of terrorism, but it has wildly overspent in a futile attempt to achieve the goal of eliminating it. “After 9/11 we […]
When it comes to hiring undergraduate business students, employers look for a few things. Good grades are important, as is campus involvement, preferably with a leadership position or two. But […]
The university is in its fourth year of hosting Idea, a student-led venture accelerator that provides resources to students and alumni looking to found startups. In 2009 the school was […]
One way to visualize this issue is to compare U.S. unemployment with job openings since 2001. The result can be seen on the attached chart: a scorpion-shaped curve that tracks the […]
Iran has to be ready to listen to foreign experts that can offer valuable advice on how the country could stabilize its currency rate and lower inflation, but it should […]
This week’s Twitter roundup of happenings in the business school world includes a new name for Northeastern University’s business school, an MBA student being mentored by New York City’s Michael […]
Abortion will still be legal in Mississippi next month. It’s just that women who live there probably won’t be able to get one.
This week’s Twitter roundup of happenings in the business school world includes a pledge by B-school deans to pay more attention to sustainability in management courses, an MBA alum featured in […]
Massachusetts gained nearly 39,000 new jobs during the first nine months of 2011, according to a new report that paints a far brighter picture of the state’s recent economic growth […]
James Critelli knew only five words of Mandarin, but he didn’t let that stop him from applying last year for a summer internship in China, a country thatâs fascinated him […]
Northeastern University economist Alan Clayton-Matthews says because there is a seven-month lag in reporting job census figures, the 2011 numbers are almost certain to undergo more revisions.