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Neil Gorsuch has strong qualifications, but his Supreme Court confirmation should wait for clarity on alleged Russian meddling in the presidential election, among other issues, say experts.
Former CNN White House Correspondent Frank Sesno discusses his new book, which covers the role of the media and how questions can illuminate the truth.
China’s plan for a new Silk Road trade route from China to Europe is bigger than the post-World War II Marshall Plan. But will it work?
During a recent event organized by the Authors@Wharton speakers series, five new authors shared insights from their recent business books.
Facebook is aggressively expanding into video, including licensing scripted shows from Hollywood, and it could change the face of TV.
Europe is in a state of flux, clouded by uncertainties over elections, the Brexit process and lukewarm U.S. ties with Germany, say experts.
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High suicide rates in Japan and South Korea have a major impact on overall life expectancy and economic productivity, according to Wharton research.
Huang Li’s love of bread made him start a French-Chinese boulangerie in China 20 years ago. Today, Wedomé has 350 bakeries and expects to grow even faster — by a store a week.
New Wharton research looks at how thousands of NASA employees with vastly different roles were able to rally around the common goal of a lunar landing in the 1960s.
Lack of access to clean drinking water is linked to 80% of global illness. Philip Wilson is tackling the issue with his company, Ecofiltro.
James Dinan, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner, discusses his organizations newest strategies to engage stadium-goers in the digital age.