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A good model can yield good analysis from big data. But the best analysis takes multiple models, says author Scott E. Page.
A new book explains why personal fulfillment leads to greater rewards in the workplace than the relentless pursuit of success.
Amazon’s decision on Valentine’s Day to break up with New York — chosen as one of two sites for its second headquarters — is a story of missteps on both sides.
The Green New Deal includes the right steps to combat climate change, experts say, but implementing it will require several tough tradeoffs.
A record seven million Americans are at least 90 days late on their auto loan payments. What does that mean for the broader economy?
Gucci’s release of a sweater resembling blackface is the latest controversy renewing calls for greater diversity in the fashion industry.
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How did China cut extreme poverty from 66% in 1990 to under 2% today? By using the right kind of innovation. And companies can replicate the approach, says author Clayton M. Christensen.
Experts explain how worldwide coffee production is threatened by climate change and what the industry is doing about it.
New Wharton research shows why it pays for retailers to staff stores with the right number of well-trained employees.
A new book by journalist Christine Lagorio-Chafkin traces the history of Reddit from its humble beginnings to one of the most powerful social media sites.
The principles of neuroscience can make leaders more mindful, which results in better decision-making, according to a new book.