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The Ford Foundation is shifting up to $1 billion in endowment funds to mission-related investments. Will it encourage others to change strategies too?
Americans value their privacy but they are also resigned to giving up personal data to transact with a company. Is this acceptable?
It is the pursuit of a meaningful life — not happiness — that leads to true contentment, according to a new book.
Housing prices in Canadian cities like Toronto and Vancouver have skyrocketed in the last few years, putting home ownership out of reach for many and causing experts to warn about a possible bubble.
Recession and other realities have left Generation Z more pragmatic, independent and competitive than their millennial predecessors.
The rise of paid social media influencers is yet another skirmish in the game of cat and mouse between advertisers and consumers — but the stakes are particularly high.
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The lawsuit brought by Alphabet subsidiary Waymo against ride-hailing app firm Uber over self-driving car technology has experts reexamining how trade secrets are handled.
For many critics of U.S. health care, Canada’s single-payer system has long been viewed as an alternative, superior model. Could a similar system work in the U.S.?
Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
Conventional wisdom says gender diversity in the corporate boardroom improves company performance. But academic research says otherwise.
Former Radian CEO S.A. Ibrahim believes that leadership in a crisis begins by assuming you will succeed.