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President Trump has signed an executive order to begin dismantling parts of Obamacare. Is it possible to keep some aspects of the health care plan but not others?
Wharton research shows that spillover anger — not sadness or another emotion — leads to deception.
Barack Obama led a committed and mostly scandal-free White House, but he could have forged consensus on key issues with more persuasive communication, say experts.
“Gut feel” plays a surprisingly important role in decision making by early-stage angel investors, according to new research by Wharton’s Laura Huang.
Political upheaval threatens a breakup of the EU and shaky Italian banks mean a major financial crisis cannot be ruled out in the New Year.
The refusal of leading fashion designers to craft outfits for Melania and Ivanka Trump is about taking a stance and bowing to a public outcry, say experts.
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As the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland, a new report warns of the greatest challenges global leaders will face over the next decade.
Speakers at the recent Wharton India Economic Forum in Mumbai discussed how Indian firms can stay relevant in the face of global competition.
Blockchain, the innovation behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, is garnering great interest in many industries. But is it too early to predict its potential?
Companies that mix for-profit and philanthropic capital sources for positive social impact need leaders who can push in more than one direction, according to social entrepreneur Derek Handley.
Many professionals plug away for years with only moderate career success. A lack of emotional intelligence may be stifling advancement.