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The world is heading into a third digital revolution with computerized fabrication, notes a new book — Designing Reality. The effects will go way beyond 3-D printing.
Former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen reflected on regulators’ missteps in preventing the 2008 financial crisis during a recent interview with Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel.
The SEC’s verdict in the Theranos case raises broader questions on how much leeway to give startup founders and when controls need to be put in place.
The Dropbox IPO is expected to be one of the biggest tech stock offerings since Snap in 2017. How will it fare?
Around the globe, governments are grappling with particular problems created by innovative sharing platforms like Uber and Airbnb. What role should regulators play?
As baby boomers retire in coming years, part of their legacy will be to leave an unprecedented level of donations to nonprofits. Here’s how each can win a fair share.
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As the end nears for the once-mighty retailer, experts say the blame squarely falls on the company’s failure to innovate.
Action by major tech companies combined with consumer education efforts can make big gains towards defeating the online trade of wildlife, say experts at Wharton and elsewhere.
Jen Welter, who has had a career of firsts in a field dominated by men — including as the first woman to coach in the NFL — shares lessons on leadership and teamwork.
Following the Parkland school shootings in February, gun-control advocacy in the U.S. has won support from large corporations – although there are some limits to what they can accomplish, experts say.
In a move that will give fintech companies the wind at their back, Europe is requiring banks to release account records to third-parties when customers request it.