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Death has changed in modern times, with technology prolonging life and making dying a shareable event. But what has been gained and what has been lost along the way?
The LIBOR scandal is one of the biggest financial scrams in history. In his new book, journalist David Enrich unravels what went down.
People who achieve a personal best tend to relax afterwards and not push themselves further. But is that a good thing to do?
White House budgets usually amount to nothing more than “vision statements” — and the latest one suffers from undue optimism about economic growth and a troubling expansion of the deficit, experts say.
Research presented at a recent Wharton conference shows how word choice can have deep implications for individuals, business and society.
Akshay Verma traded an investment banking career in London to revolutionize fish farming in Bihar, India.
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Artificial intelligence brings human-like understanding to machine systems to increase efficiencies. But a broader, more realistic approach is needed, says tech guru Vishal Sikka.
New research from Wharton is changing the way investors are looking at the valuation of businesses by taking a closer look at the worth of those firms’ customers.
The three heavyweights announced last week that they are joining forces to reduce health care costs for their employees. Will the new model shake up the health care industry?
At a time when ethical leadership is vital in business as well as politics, humanity is the beneficiary of Jon M. Huntsman, Sr.’s legacy.
Traditional Silicon Valley startup models involving venture capital or private equity are missing new markets as health care’s evolution speeds up, says one entrepreneur.