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The Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) has capital — and lots of it. But it fails to deploy that capital in private equity investments, missing the potential benefits.
One of Europe’s biggest technology companies has made a name for itself by adapting business models from successful U.S.-based e-commerce firms and launching them in other countries quickly and efficiently.
There’s more that should go into decision-making than personal benefit, particularly when injustice is in play, says Wharton’s Brian Berkey.
Apple’s newest products could be game-changers in terms of their potential for expanding the company’s ecosystem into new areas.
Don’t expect many market consequences from Standard & Poor’s cut in Japan’s credit rating. But it is a sign that “Abenomics” is not fulfilling the promise, says Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen.
Opinion is sharply divided on the potential impact of the TPP in protecting and creating jobs, supporting the environment and safeguarding pharmaceutical innovation.
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In the new book ‘Superforecasting,’ Wharton professor Philip Tetlock and coauthor Dan Gardner look into why making predictions is so difficult — and how we can become better at making them.
It’s still early days for Gen Z — its oldest members are still in their teens or early 20s — but marketers are trying to get a handle on what they want and expect from brands.
How can a new pope attract new groups — and generations — without alienating historically important demographics?
The co-founders of Marou Faiseurs de Chocolat recount how they set up a business making and marketing fine chocolates in Vietnam, a country not known for its production or consumption of the product.
Global food production is not keeping up with population growth. Will there be a second Green Revolution to close the productivity gap?