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The “Varsity Blues” scandal uncovered by the U.S. Department of Justice has shined harsh light on the entitlement and systemic racism that pervades the college admissions process.
Wharton’s Joao Gomes and George Washington University’s Tara Sinclair discuss the nation’s long-term debt burden and what might be done about it.
Authors Joshua Goldstein and Staffan Qvist say switching to nuclear and renewable energy is the most feasible path forward for humans to slow down climate change.
Toronto has quietly become the world’s fastest-growing destination for technology jobs. But to truly become Silicon Valley North, policymakers and tech companies must address certain gaps, experts say.
A full active work life will, of course, produce some failures. What counts are the lessons taken from them, writes former Tulane University president Scott Cowen.
Evite CEO Victor Cho and Wharton marketing professor Raghuram Iyengar discuss how firms can optimize their use of data without getting lost in the weeds – or losing sight of the customer.
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Recent Wharton research examines how commercial cases coming before the U.S. Supreme Court are challenging, and potentially recalibrating, the boundaries of free speech.
Following a $12.6 billion loss for 2018, Kraft Heinz needs to recast its product portfolio in ways that reflect the general shift towards healthier foods, experts say.
Executives from LinkedIn, PwC, Morgan Stanley, Comcast and others explain why data analytics is essential to their firms and how they’re finding qualified people to do it.
Modular farming, which often involves growing crops indoors, is becoming more than just a goal for social impact organizations interested in sustainability. It’s becoming a big business, increasingly backed by venture capitalists and private equity.
New Wharton research finds that aggressive tax planning by accounting agencies can lead to a lack of transparency in firms’ financial reporting.