While the Labor Department reported job growth of 288,000 jobs in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates job growth for biomanufacturing technicians will be about 10 percent from […]
Three professors today were awarded the prestigious 12th Annual Jerry S. Cohen Memorial Fund Writing Award for their groundbreaking antitrust scholarship. Established in memory of Mr. Cohen, a founding partner […]
When Warren Buffett announced in 2006 that he would give away his billions, he was flooded with individual requests for help that still flow in today. Doris Buffett attends the Women for Afghan […]
“This is penny-wise and pound-foolish,” said Lynne Sarikas, director of the MBA Career Center at Northeastern University. “If you take away sick leave, you get people coming to work sick […]
Big data is the new A-bomb Not since Robert Oppenheimer faced down his demons after spearheading the Manhattan Project have scientists been faced with as big an ethical dilemma as […]
Taught by Northeastern University professor Rebecca Riccio, the four-week course consists of a series of videos with titles like “Why Do People Give,” “What’s Relevant to You?” and “The Challenge With […]
“Employers are penny wise and pound foolish to eliminate paid sick leave,” said Lynne Sarikas, director, of the MBA Career Center at Northeastern University. “The reality is that people can […]
Instead of looking at the high octane law firms with well-known names — which are in the process of re-examining their staffs — many graduates will have to think corporate […]
“We need to have a lot more nurse practitioners on the job,” said Terry Fulmer a nurse and the dean of Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University. “Obviously, […]
Another week, another Republican presidential debate.
With a recent ratings downgrade, chronic unemployment, a growing budget deficit and a political system that seems determined to self-destruct, it might appear that the United States is losing its […]
College acceptance letters should be hitting the mailboxes of anxious high school seniors any time now. Once students choose their institution of higher learning comes the hard part: paying for it.