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Innovation in media is often led by non-traditional organizations. For-profit brands can learn a lot from them, notes this opinion piece.
Despite a tarnished reputation, finance has positive life lessons to offer, says a Harvard professor of business and law in a new book.
Two experts find an informed debate sorely lacking in the Republican health care policy overhaul. What can help to move things ahead?
Durreen Shahnaz, founder of Impact Investment Exchange, discusses impact investing and the recent $8 million Women’s Livelihood Bond that is meant to help more than 385,000 women in Southeast Asia.
Robots that serve dinner, self-driving cars and drone-taxis could be fun and hugely profitable. But don’t hold your breath. They are likely much further off than the hype suggests.
A deep distrust of government and media among some groups has created a chasm in American society. A new book explains why the gap is so wide.
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Nearly every faction in the American political spectrum agrees that U.S. infrastructure desperately needs an upgrade. But how should it be financed?
Hong Kong’s relationship with China is more sustainable than many think because it is beneficial economically for the island and the mainland, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.
NASA Chief Astronaut Chris Cassidy shares leadership lessons from a spacewalking near-disaster, and his post-9/11 SEAL team deployment in Afghanistan.
New Wharton research takes a closer look at brand posts on Facebook to determine the type and mix of content advertisers should aim for to get results.
The three keys to becoming a good negotiator are clarity, detachment and equilibrium, says attorney and negotiating strategist Corey Kupfer in his new book.