Northeastern University Economics Society Reflection by Lea Bourdages and Chris Wise Almost all income inequality discussions start the same, with staggering statistics that immediately bring about […]
by Emily Turner What felt like dawn, a loud breakfast bell rang out across the open farmland in New Market, Tennessee. I lept out of […]
How the homeless population suffers throughout severe weather conditions.by Morgan Adderley Freezing temperatures. Snowstorm after snowstorm. Impossible transit systems. Mountains of snow. All of these phrases, […]
by Ruth Leifer As a social entrepreneurship student, I focus a large part of my studies on ways in which inequality can be reduced or […]
A reflection by Maria Castillo “Money makes you happy but helping others is SUPER happiness!” – Professor Muhammad Yunus, Global Social Business Summit 2014 I was […]
Steve Jobs was an undeniable giant of industry, and a legendary figure in the tech sector. Many business analysts consider him the greatest CEO of his era, perhaps alongside Bill Gates. He built, rebuilt and led Apple in becoming the most valuable company on earth. His genius for design, innovation and management were extraordinary. He left the world far too young, having passed away in 2011 at the age of 56. Steve Jobs died one of the richest people on earth, with an estimated net worth of $10.2 billion.