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Finding a new job within your chosen field can be daunting, but changing careers presents an even bigger challenge. A new book by psychologist Dawn Graham explains how to make it happen.
The U.S. must wake up to the seriousness of cyber attacks on its sovereignty, economy and way of life, experts said at the Penn Wharton Budget Model’s first Spring Policy Forum.
The field of analytics is uncovering a deeper understanding of what customers value. One insight: Successful insurgent companies rely on emotional marketing appeals.
Following the Red Hen incident with Sarah Sanders, a question arises: How far should businesses go in expressing political views? Wharton and other experts weigh in.
According to Bill Kilday, author of ‘Never Lost Again,’ a second wave of innovation in mapping is coming, and it has to do with augmented reality.
When the GM plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, shut down, taking thousands of jobs with it, the town had to figure out a new future.
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A committed Thai government, a provincial governor’s rallying spirit and the grit of the trapped young men saved the day, say experts.
In 2015, Elizabeth Holmes was CEO of a startup that promised to revolutionize health care and earn investors billions. Then reporter John Carreyrou uncovered the truth: It was all too good to be true.
Storytelling can transform a company’s relationships with its customers and employees, according to a new book.
New Wharton research examines how contracts can be structured differently when investors are trying to make money and make the world a better place.
Nonprofit myAgro’s novel financing model is transforming the way African farmers pay for their harvests.