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The spread and intensity of the wildfires raging in California highlight the need for much stronger disaster management measures than the state has had previously, say experts.
Fueled in part by the organizing power of social media, workers in the technology sector and beyond may be ushering in a new era of employee activism on moral and ethical issues.
Stan Lee’s editorial approach to the superhero genre created a universe of enduring characters and helped make Marvel Comics a publishing powerhouse.
Many firms today are asking this question, but processes have become too complex for one person to be the “savior” of all things digital, notes this opinion piece.
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Jerrold Fine and his partners ran Wall Street’s top hedge fund. In a conversation about life and its lessons, he spoke about why he gave it all up four years ago to write a novel.
Brands have long understood that making consumers feel something about their products is a great way to sell to them. But new Wharton research suggests that the types of feelings matter.
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A new book by former Apple principal engineer Ken Kocienda spills the secrets of the company’s famous design process that has led to spectacularly successful devices.
Iconic guitar maker Gibson is about to emerge from bankruptcy — can it recapture the magic that turned it into a music icon?
The U.S. and India could become stronger partners if they find a way to deal with threats of sanctions, says Marshall Bouton of the Center for the Advanced Study of India.
Faith-based groups are increasingly investing in socially and environmentally responsible causes, generating attractive returns to then reinvest.
Jerrold Fine’s debut novel, “Make Me Even and I’ll Never Gamble Again,” packs the power of a Babe Ruth home run.