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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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Consejos con palos en las ruedas

Ruth Aguilera's research focused on the current structure of board of directors, and their management, is featured in El País. Her research has been published in the Academy of Management Annals.

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Ramamurti receives 2017 GSJ Best Paper Award

University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy Ravi Ramamurti and his co-author Vijay Govindarajan (VG), were recently awarded the inaugural Strategic Management Society’s (SMS) 2017 Global Strategy Journal (GSJ) Best Paper Award.

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Instagram Takeover: In motion with Seun Ajewole

Seun Ajewole, MBA’18, is a student in the Part-Time MBA program with a concentration in technological entrepreneurship at Northeastern University. He is taking over the D’Amore-McKim Instagram account @damoremckim beginning Monday, May 22, giving us a peek through his lens, from work, study, and travel. Read more about why Ajewole chose Northeastern, how he stumbled into digital design, and why he advises students to stick to a schedule.

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Meet the graduates: Miranda Beggin

Miranda Beggin, DMSB’17, SSH’17, experienced working and studying in six countries while at Northeastern University. She recently reflected on her experiences, as she looks toward her future in international development.

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Robertson awarded third Fulbright grant

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor of International Business and Strategy and Group Coordinator Christopher Robertson was recently selected as a Fulbright Scholar, his third time receiving the prestigious honor.

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Toast & Post: The business of ‘unicorn food’

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Assistant Professor of Marketing Yakov Bart examines the growth of food trends on social media, commenting on their recent popularity and “cool factor” with social media users. In the age of the “Unicorn Frappuccino,” what’s next?

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Inaugural lecture series examines 'Indians in America'

Co-sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets and Cornell’s Emerging Markets Institute the inaugural lecture series, “The Other One Perfect: Indians in America,” was recently held to explore how Indians-Americans came to be so successful in the United States.

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