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The SEC is after the German automaker’s CEO for allegedly defrauding bondholders by not coming clean on its emissions “defeat device.”
Amazon’s new grocery stores are expected to merge bricks-and-mortar and online experiences, then power it with data analytics. Will it work?
Empathy is increasingly a valuable skill for chief strategy officers, notes the author of this opinion piece.
Elon Musk’s confrontational behavior with the SEC and seemingly erratic decision making elsewhere are distracting from his core vision for Tesla, say Wharton’s John Paul MacDuffie and Charles Elson of the University of Delaware.
Entrepreneur Mpho Sekwele discusses how her background and years in the retail sector have influenced the way she runs her startup ventures.
AT&T wants to prevail in the media wars by combining its distribution reach with Time Warner’s content. Will it work?
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The “Varsity Blues” scandal uncovered by the U.S. Department of Justice shines a harsh light on the entitlement and systemic racism that pervades the college admissions process.
The U.S. national debt has crossed $22 trillion — the highest ever. Addressing the problem now, rather than delaying the inevitable, would be the best approach to keeping the economy strong, experts say.
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.
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.
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.