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A new book examines the different drivers of curiosity, and how this fundamental human trait has been impacted by the digital age.
The number of appraisers is shrinking as software gets more accurate at valuing property and is increasingly integrated into the sale process.
The recent memo controversy at Google may not result in immediate gains for working women, but it casts a harsh light on underlying assumptions, say Wharton experts.
Penn’s Jacques deLisle and Stanford’s Richard Dasher discuss the Korean nuclear threat and the implications for the players in this “complicated, tough, high-stakes diplomacy.”
A public rift has opened between Donald Trump and CEOs upset by his comments following the white supremacist rally in Charlottesvile. What are the lessons in branding and leadership?
The weakest link in America’s cyber defenses is the lack of trained personnel. Companies, the government and academia must work together to bridge this cybersecurity skills gap, says this opinion piece.
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A nonprofit is planning to use the blockchain to fight corruption and remedy pollution in the Niger Delta. Will it work?
Finding ways to raise revenue and avoiding excessive government debt are the top hurdles, say experts.
As the U.S. preps for a rare total solar eclipse on August 21, a journalist looks back on the furor surrounding that same event when it happened back in 1878.
As the digital revolution keeps on turning, brands are looking to artificial intelligence to bolster their marketing efforts.
Indian state-owned firms are joining forces, with an aim to improve performance and create efficiencies.