Newton Al Fresco, an outdoor dining collaboration between local restaurants and artists, is returning to the streets of Newton starting April 1 with more restaurants participating than ever before.
DoorDash awarded Corner Café Newton $20,000 as part of the delivery service’s Main Street Strong program, created to support small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five prominent Latina businesswomen shared inspiring personal stories about how they successfully navigate the intersection of career, gender, and culture at the Latinas in Business Panel and Networking Event, hosted by Boston College’s Organization of Latin American Affairs.
“What I’ve come to realize, then, even if it took me two and a half years, is that I didn’t need to write for The Heights. Rather, I was already getting everything that I loved from the organization itself.”
Stephanie Kaplan Lewis, co-founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Her Campus, discusses the story of her company’s founding and gave BC students advice about how to start their own businesses.
“If we can figure out a way to simplify the tax code—a nonpartisan endeavor—then we will make our workforce more productive. Of course, limiting regulations and lowering taxes would also help, but with a divisive political field, simplification is one task that we can readily achieve.”
CSOM professor Ian Appel publication has been recognized for offering a new perspective on investing.
This week, the Academic Advising Center is hosting two events as a part of its “Conversations with…” series that are designed for students in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences who are interested in pursuing an academic or career track in business or law.
A new student organization called the Student Business Consortium seeks to train students of all educational backgrounds and professional interests with real world cases from companies in Boston.