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China’s leadership in clean energy and its strong economic growth are counterweighted by potential trade clashes with the U.S. and simmering social unrest, say experts.
Few military leaders hold as much allure for historians as Hannibal. Archaeologist Patrick N. Hunt writes in his new book that much of his success came from strong finances.
Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett sees a big split in how cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are viewed on Wall Street — with skepticism — versus Silicon Valley where they are “all in.”
Wharton professor Adam Grant interviews Walter Issacson about his biography on Leonardo da Vinci. The biggest takeaway: “Stay curious about everything.”
Fast growth by China’s Alipay and WeChat Pay will likely continue in parts of Southeast Asia where traditional credit cards were never strong. But expect obstacles in countries with old-style systems like Japan.
Technology has dramatically expanded financial inclusion across the globe, but it has also created new questions about regulation and oversight.
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Former Apple CEO John Sculley talks about the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show and how AI is disrupting industries.
Rising commodity prices pegged to Chinese demand will likely push up Latin America’s economic growth modestly this year. But potential political setbacks remain a risk, experts say.
Goldman Sachs’s head of human capital management explains how building a successfully diverse culture goes far beyond the hiring process.
The entrepreneur-founder and lead designer of Stuart Weitzman shoes said that doing things differently from everyone else helped him create a multi-million dollar global brand.
Wharton’s Brian Berkey says it’s not enough to merely agitate for social change — it’s a moral imperative to give generously to the less advantaged.