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As Google stares at fresh trouble in Europe over antitrust issues, it may feel the heat back in the U.S., too.
Malls aren’t dying, but a shift within the retail industry is drastically changing the sector — and it’s likely that many developers and stores won’t survive in the new landscape.
In bestselling author Charlene Li’s new book, she challenges leaders to use social technologies to connect with their customers and employees.
At a recent Wharton Entrepreneurs Summit, speakers discussed the importance of building strong relationships as part of a company’s growth strategy.
Good intentions aren’t enough — Wharton experts say it takes a sustained, authentic effort for companies to successfully become part of the conversation on complex social issues.
Erica Dhawan discusses her new book and what she and coauthor Saj-Nicole Joni call “the power of connectional intelligence.”
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A new paper co-authored by Wharton’s Michael R. Roberts shows how government borrowing makes it more expensive for corporations to borrow and invest.
A former Gates Foundation CFO and a founder of a nonprofit accelerator for social entrepreneurs talked about the need for more financial rigor in impact investing at the recent Wharton Social Innovators Conference.
Some thought Obamacare would mean the end of employment-based insurance. While that did not happen, the threat has not fully lifted, according to Wharton’s Mark Pauly.
Business leaders often find themselves focused on short-term goals that distract them from creating a longer-term strategy, according to a new book co-authored by Wharton’s Paul Schoemaker.
Outside-the-box approaches in today’s higher education landscape were celebrated at the recent inaugural Reimagine Education Conference.