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News that five of the world’s biggest banks will plead guilty to rigging global currency markets has raised concerns about whether fines are effective deterrents to fraudulent behavior.
Crowds are smarter than one might think. A Wharton research paper discovered that the artistic tastes of the masses are remarkably aligned with those of experts.
Joey Hundert — social entrepreneur, start-up consultant and founder of the “Sustainival” — has been working for a decade and a half to promote ventures that both make money and make the world a better place.
According to presenters at a recent Wharton summit, HR executives need to reclaim some of the energy and cachet that used to surround the field, for the good of their companies.
The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership has many wondering about its potential impact on the U.S. economy, and on the competitiveness of U.S. multinationals in the years ahead.
With its bid to buy AOL, Verizon is eying big ad revenues and a move up the industry food chain.
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Kohl’s didn’t merge its way to the top of the retail sector; instead, it clicked with customers by staying ahead of the curve on trends, former president Jay Baker says in the second part of a two-part interview.
It may sound counter-intuitive, but younger, actively managed mutual funds actually tend to outperform much older, active funds as well as their benchmarks.
A book by Reggie Love, former personal aide to President Barack Obama, explores what he has learned from his mentors.
Tesla Motors may have overcome the affordability hurdle in energy storage. The technology holds the power for bigger transformations, experts say.
Most experts agree the transition to a clean energy economy will be difficult. But countries like Germany — and companies like Apple — lead the way.