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While America grows more culturally diverse, businesses are struggling with the question of whether it’s possible to communicate a single, homogenous message — especially at this time of year.
Latin America is destined to emerge as one of the most important regions in the global market for mobile telephones, experts say.
Is social media capable of growing up someday — reacting quickly, but also digesting the facts and subtle contours of arguments, and fixing its gaze on a subject until resolution? Or is it just not built for traction?
Wharton professor of health care management Patricia Danzon discusses Cuba’s health care system.
Named CEO of Deloitte last March and listed in Crain’s “50 Most Powerful Women in New York” for 2015, Cathy Engelbert attributes her success to one personality trait above all: confidence.
In a new book, ‘The Internet to the Inner-Net,’ Google’s Gopi Kallayil challenges the idea that there is never enough time in our digitally connected world.
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The secretary general of the European Stability Mechanism, Kalin Anev Janse, discusses Greece, the key risks for Europe’s economy and how his group directs hundreds of billions of euros in financial crisis loan support.
There’s a lot more to Goodwill’s charitable model than is obvious from its ubiquitous thrift stores. Jim Gibbons, head of Goodwill Industries International, explains.
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s acquisition of SABMiller will mean sustained revenue growth and expansion into emerging markets, according to Arash Massoudi of the Financial Times.
Adam Wilson, co-founder and chief scientist of Boulder, Colo.-based Sphero, talks about BB-8, the new droid in the forthcoming Star Wars Episode VII.
There’s been talk for some time that traditional marketing is dead. But now that 70% of consumers trust brand recommendations from friends, and only 10% trust advertising, it’s clear that social media connections are driving the change.