Sochi sites, security fears rise with days to go

Lin­gering fears in Sochi about ter­rorism and basic prepa­ra­tions just days ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics opening cer­e­monies indi­cate the Inter­na­tional Olympic Com­mittee needs to over­haul its process for […]

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Min wage hike will hurt youth

As to whether an increase in the min­imum wage helps those who need it, con­sider this fact: 39 per­cent of white teens find summer jobs, while only 19 per­cent of […]

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Aereo’s CEO signals more hiring in Hub

ON THE AIR: Aereo founder and chief exec­u­tive Chet Kanojia, left, speaks at a North­eastern Uni­ver­sity event with the university’s pres­i­dent Joseph Aoun last week. Kanojia is a North­eastern graduate. […]

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Five keys to the race

Davis’ strength lay in com­mu­nity policing and pre­ven­tion in crime hot spots, said North­eastern Uni­ver­sity crim­i­nol­o­gist Jack Levin. “The new com­mis­sioner has to do the same thing.” Former Boston cop Tom […]

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Device measures how well skin creams work

A team of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity researchers is working to develop a new device to mea­sure the effec­tive­ness of pricey skin-​​​​lightening prod­ucts and ulti­mately help detect skin cancer.

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Rookies ring in Turbo culture

Jim McIn­erny hopes every day at work will be like “The Gong Show.” But unlike the iconic 1970s TV talent show, swinging the mallet does not mean rejec­tion at VMTurbo, a […]

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Amy Black lights up Nashville

When Amy Black boarded a plane for Nashville, Tenn., last fall, she had no idea –Music City was about to become her per­sonal vortex. Fol­lowing the route to song­writing renown […]

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