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E-commerce VS. malls

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Associate Professor Bruce Clark explains that the recent “retail meltdown” impacting stores across the United States is neither isolated nor an effect of the growing e-commerce market.

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Instagram takeover: Min Kim

Min Kim, DMSB'19, is a fourth year marketing major at Northeastern. He is taking over the D'Amore-McKim School of Business Instagram account @damoremckim, giving us a peek through his lens. Read more about why Kim decided to pursue a marketing concentration, how he learned photography, and about his experience on co-op in Hong Kong. Be sure to follow along beginning Monday, June 26, for a close-up look at his life at D'Amore-McKim. 

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What's next for healthcare reform?

Timothy Hoff, professor of management, healthcare systems, and health policy at D’Amore-McKim School of Business, was one of many panelists who recently gathered to speak on the future of healthcare reform in the United States.

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Alumnus' new app a 'one-stop-shop' for pet owners

Adam Jackowitz, DMSB’10, co-founded The Fetch My Pet iPhone app, a digital platform that pet owners can use to care for their animals. He notes that his time at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business helped shape some of his business decisions.

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In the Media

Breweries worry about Anheuser-Busch InBev's stake in RateBeer site

ZX Ventures, an incubator owned by Anheuser-Busch Inbev, recently purchased a minority stake in RateBeer.com, a popular beer review website. Some smaller craft beer makers now worry if the site will become partial to the beer giant and others like it. Yakov Bart comments on the influence online customer ratings can have for businesses for The New York Times.

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Alumna's pilot picked up by HGTV

Jasmine Roth, DMSB’08, is the host of the new HGTV series House to Home, in which her company, Built Custom Homes, LLC, oversees construction design and property management. She credits some of her success to cooperative education and entrepreneurial experiences at Northeastern University.

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In the Media

Meet Alice, the siri for female entrepreneurs

Professor Kimberly Eddleston comments on the benefits of Alice, a Siri for female startups, that enables women entrepreneurs to reach business success by connecting with potential funders, business owners, and like-minded individuals for Forbes.

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