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A committed Thai government, a provincial governor’s rallying spirit and the grit of the trapped young men saved the day, say experts.
Major hurricanes can cause mass casualties and catastrophic damage, and yet people never seem to be as prepared as they could be. Wharton’s Robert Meyer explains why — and what can be done about it.
If Philadelphia were a company, it would rank 360 on the Fortune 500. Former mayor Michael Nutter reflects on the trials and triumphs of being CEO of a big city.
Theresa May’s Brexit action plan won’t find favor with either the EU or her own party, and she faces tough times ahead in negotiations, say experts.
Nonprofit myAgro’s novel financing model is transforming the way African farmers pay for their harvests.
Yesterday’s bellwether brands, like GE, are struggling to survive. To bring good things back to life, today’s leaders must change how they think about legacy, note the authors of this opinion piece.
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Two Accenture executives discuss their new book about how bridging the gap between humans and AI can boost productivity.
Author Jonah Sachs, founder of Free Range Studios, explains why playing it safe no longer gets results — and what to do about it.
Will key issues such as potential interest rate hikes by the Fed, an inverted yield curve and the trade wars upend equity markets anytime soon?
A Google leadership development adviser says most companies need a wake-up call, because 70% of workers don’t care about, or actively hate, their jobs.
Brands including Facebook, Wells Fargo and Uber have unveiled ad campaigns focused on making amends for recent misdeeds. But is it the right move?