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With frugal thinking and an innovative delivery model, a Bangalore-based startup wants to transform how Indians approach dental care.
Would a traffic tax solve congestion problems in cities? Not necessarily, according to research from Wharton professor Gilles Duranton.
A new Wharton study found that men were more aggressive in their negotiation tactics against women following the 2016 election.
If a pro-European candidate doesn’t win the French election, Europe’s nationalist, protectionist agendas may dominate the region, notes this opinion piece.
The FBI has arrested a man who is accused of sending investigative journalist Kurt Eichenwald, who suffers from epilepsy, a threatening tweet along with a strobe light which triggered a seizure.
During a recent event organized by the Authors@Wharton speakers series, five new authors shared insights from their recent business books.
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High suicide rates in Japan and South Korea have a major impact on overall life expectancy and economic productivity, according to Wharton research.
Huang Li’s love of bread made him start a French-Chinese boulangerie in China 20 years ago. Today, Wedomé has 350 bakeries and expects to grow even faster — by a store a week.
New Wharton research looks at how thousands of NASA employees with vastly different roles were able to rally around the common goal of a lunar landing in the 1960s.
Lack of access to clean drinking water is linked to 80% of global illness. Philip Wilson is tackling the issue with his company, Ecofiltro.
James Dinan, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner, discusses his organizations newest strategies to engage stadium-goers in the digital age.