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Big data and climate change share one important characteristic: Both are changing the course of history.
With the death of chairman Emilio Botin, the next generation of Banco Santander leadership — including Botin’s daughter, Ana Patricia — faces the challenge of adapting the bank’s model to a rapidly changing economy and customer base.
Once a fragmented sector in India, home health care is catching the attention of entrepreneurs and investors and becoming an organized, technology-led industry in the country.
The increasing need to deliver vaccines at the proper temperature to remote parts of the world is only one factor fueling the growth of the “cold chain” industry.
Artificial intelligence and people analytics are allowing more and more of management tasks to become automated — but can they adapt to the all-too-human needs of employees?
Despite the Justice Department’s ruling in the Bank of America mortgage case, it’s unlikely those hurt most will get any money, or that the outcome will prevent a re-occurrence.
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Israel’s trade with Turkey is growing, but strained diplomatic relations are hampering what could become a very strong partnership, experts say.
Consumers aren’t always looking for a “miracle product” to fix their problems — sometimes, they want to work hand-in-hand with a brand to succeed, Wharton research shows.
Qin Zhi, CEO of Chinese automobile website Autohome, says offering a one-stop solution to auto customers has been the firm’s biggest advantage.
Kraft Foods’ vice president Barry Calpino discusses how the company reinvigorated aging brands and introduced some category-busting new ones — and why the firm can’t afford to rest on its laurels.
During an interview with Knowledge@Wharton, American Airlines Group CEO Doug Parker discusses why China is critical for the company’s growth and what lies ahead for the world’s largest airline.