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Steve Langton, DMSB’06, will compete in his third Olympic games in February 2018 as a member of the U.S. Olympic Men’s Bobsled Team. He previously competed in the Olympic Games in Vancouver and Sochi.

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Despite prod by ACA, tax exempt hospitals still slow to expand community benefits

Gary Young and his co-authors, including David Zepeda, are featured in The Washington Post for their research published in Health Affairs on the Affordable Care Act and the slow roll out of community benefits.

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Abby Titcomb, E’18, created the safety app Knightly after being inspired by an end of class project required in “Innovation!” a crash course in rapid innovation, design and development taught by Professor Tucker Marion of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.

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Spanning more than the past 30 years, 11 members of the Winters family have attended Northeastern University. Ranging from degrees in business, nursing, and engineering, among others, the Winters are proud to call Northeastern their alma mater.

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Sham tax ‘reform’ proves more than ever that money talks

Joseph Giglio comments on the tax reform bill that recently hit President Trump's desk for The Patriot Ledger.

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It's all in the family for several local businesses

Ted Clark comments on the difficulties owners can face when transferring a business to the next generation for The Sun Chronicle.

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Drive-through healthcare: Is retail thinking what patients want?

Timothy Hoff examines the consequences of commodifying healthcare in Oxford University Press.

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More fathers are protesting unequal treatment at work

Jamie Ladge comments on some factors that may impact men's equal access to time off for childcare in The Boston Globe.

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Behavioral economics finally goes mainstream: 4 essential reads

Mary Steffel and her co-authors question if it's ethical to ask people to "opt out" rather than "opt in." The Conversation named their research one of 2017's "four essential reads on behavioral economics."

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The innovation process: A step-by-step guide

Tucker Marion outlines an innovation process guide for Northeastern Graduate Programs.

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For Boston area stalwart Akamai, activist investor brings new questions

Nicole Boyson comments on activist investing and the future of Boston's Akami Technologies for The Boston Globe.

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D’Amore-McKim School of Business professors Timothy Hoff, Patricia Illingworth and Gary Young weigh in on the recent CVS-Aetna merger, and what it means for the future of healthcare, on a business, ethical, and legal level for News@Northeastern.

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Mabel Nunez, DMSB'20, describes her experience in the Northeastern University Torch Scholarship Program, and her hopes for the future, for Northeastern Magazine.

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Discussion: Why are so many brand categories woefully bad at word-of-mouth?

Koen Pauwels is featured by RetailWire for his recent study on the impact of offline and online conversations on consumer sales.

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7 Non-offensive gift ideas to nudge someone toward healthy behaviors

Mary Steffel's recent research on gift giving was featured in U.S. News & World Report.

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Hospitals are making a fortune on Wall Street

Gary Young comments on a recent survey conducted by Axios focused on not-for-profit hospital systems new reliance on Wall Street and other investments.

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Retail health care lacks the personal connections that patients want and need

Timothy Hoff comments on the lack of personal connections caused by "retail heathcare" in his opinion piece for Stat News.

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Homeowners: Use these year-end tax moves to save ahead of tax reform

Timothy Gagnon comments on home owner taxes amid recent tax reform proposals from the Senate and House for CNBC News.

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Viewpoint: Retail health lacks the personal connections patients need

Timothy Hoff's op-ed on the dangers of retail healthcare is featured in Becker's Hospital Review.

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Seema and Suraj Korumilli co-founded Literacy Movement 4 More in 2013, a nonprofit aimed at promoting literacy through the creation of libraries and the donation of laptops and other school supplies. With a goal of “changing lives one library at a time,” the two have since opened seven libraries around the world.

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