Is it time to change the Dow?

The Dow is a quirky and incom­plete barom­eter of U.S. equity mar­kets,” says Paul Bol­ster, pro­fessor of finance at North­eastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness in Boston. Yet in balance […]

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How retirees can prove their income for renting

It’s more of a common sit­u­a­tion than you’d think,” says Tim Gagnon, an accounting pro­fessor at D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity and a prac­ticing cer­ti­fied public accoun­tant at Coleman […]

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Do some women choose to make less than men?

As heads of the social enter­prises, the females’ and males’ salaries obvi­ously depend on the suc­cess of the busi­nesses. Due to this, the researcher pro­posed that female-​​​​owned enter­prises may be […]

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Humanities Stepping into the Digital Age

Visu­al­izing His­tory The task of making his­tor­ical sub­jects appealing to today’s stu­dents is far from easy. How­ever, according to tech­nology blog i09, one pro­fessor has lever­aged modern tech­nology to accom­plish just that. Ben […]

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Obama Helps Kick Off Computer Science Education Week

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity Plans $227M Sci­ence, Engi­neering Research Center BOSTON — North­eastern Uni­ver­sity hopes to break ground next month on a $225 mil­lion sci­ence and engi­neering research building, joining a growing […]

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Giving Thanks Could Be Good for You

Many people may think of grat­i­tude as a “pas­sive” ges­ture — you wait for some­thing good, then feel grateful, said David DeSteno, a pro­fessor of psy­chology at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, in […]

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