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Some three billion people in the world have no access to clean cooking solutions, taking a toll in particular on women’s health.
New Wharton research looks at the gender gap among high-achieving math students and its potential implications.
India is the world’s fastest-growing economy and could remain so for 20-30 years. Can it succeed at shrinking its great wealth disparity?
As the founders exit, Instagram has one billion users and Facebook has 2.2 billion. That’s a big chunk of the world’s population. So where can they go from here — and what will regulators allow them to do?
Have elites rigged the system? A new book, “Winners Take All,” argues they do, and in this opinion piece the U.S. media lead for the World Economic Forum offers some perspective on the idea.
New research shows financial services companies that deploy the latest instant payment methods can gain a competitive advantage.
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Companies are increasingly paying attention to environmental, social and governance risks, as these can affect the bottom line.
A new California law requires companies based in the state to include female directors on their boards. But will the law actually change how companies are run?
The buyer’s journey does not begin with awareness, as is traditionally thought, but instead before the potential buyer is aware there is even a need, notes the author of this opinion piece.
Amazon’s decision has led to increased scrutiny of the company and its CEO, with analysts trying to figure out what Jeff Bezos could be planning next.
Early market testing based on lean startup principles could do more harm than good, according to new Wharton research.