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Funding Tips for Startup Ventures

Entre­pre­neurs and startup hope­fuls looking to make an impact in the health sci­ences industry received funding tips from ven­ture cap­i­tal­ists and angel investors in a panel dis­cus­sion last week at North­eastern University. 

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Why not privatize public jobs?

The Pacheco law, which deters privatization across the nation, is being looked at, at least when it comes to transportation. And even though for the particular instance the law was not able to be re-pealed, it gives notice that privatization for public jobs may be coming into the open forum.

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D'Amore-McKim Online MBA ranked #1

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business’s Online MBA program was ranked #1 in the US and #3 globally in the Financial Times 2014 inaugural ranking of online MBA programs. 

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Spring Break students spring into action

Mirasol Quin­tanilla, DMSB’17, and Brenna Priest, BHS’16, are on Alternative Spring Break. Instead of heading poolside, they are going to Killeen, Texas, leading a team of 12 at the Peace­able Kingdom Retreat for Chil­dren. 

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Business Students Pitch Victory

It may be time to start using the word “dynasty” when describing the suc­cess of North­eastern University’s Hunt­ington Man­age­ment Con­sulting group, which won the under­grad­uate case com­pe­ti­tion at Wake Forest University’s Mar­keting Summit last weekend. 

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Roundtable: How Lego became the world's largest toymaker

Lego went from crisis to becoming the world’s largest toy company in the span of a decade. It’s secret isn’t just selling US$1 of raw plastic for $75 – the company excels at engaging with its customers, understands its product, and has made the right strategic partnerships to expand its lineup beyond its namesake building blocks.

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On Spring Break, students spring into action

his week, 186 mem­bers of the North­eastern Uni­ver­sity com­mu­nity will travel to 15 com­mu­ni­ties across the U.S. and four other coun­tries for Alter­na­tive Spring Break—a week­long immer­sive living and vol­un­teering expe­ri­ence.

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Made in China

"With growth slowing in India, the pull of the domestic market is weakening," says Ravi Ramamurti, international business and strategy professor at Boston's D'Amore-McKim School of Business.

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Health Care Provider Relationship

Northeastern University sociologist Timothy Hoff has found that the healthcare system’s emphasis on efficiency and technology has made it much more transactional and impersonal.

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What Motivates You?

Lars King, DMSB'17, founded "Year of Motivation," a daily email that sends its subscribers short, motivational videos each day.

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Library Renovations

There have been many new renovations for new col­lab­o­ra­tive study areas at Snell Library, including the 23 group study rooms added to the first floor last summer.

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