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The crux of recent antitrust allegations is not the dominance of Google, but whether its dominance harms users.
Ido Aharoni, Israeli consul general to the United States in New York, says that nations must be proactive in building their brand image.
The Lays “Do Us a Flavor” campaign allows people to express their passion for food — and that’s part of why it’s a success, says PepsiCo global snacks group president Ann Mukherjee.
Workers are increasingly bringing theology into the office, and expecting greater and sometimes surprising forms of accommodation. As a result, religious conflict in the American workplace is up.
The tragic aftermath of the Nepal earthquake that left widespread damage and thousands dead is a clarion call for other countries to become better prepared for disasters.
A paper co-authored by Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell shows that financial literacy programs are most effective if there are regular follow-ups to reinforce the lessons learned.
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Time — and how to save it — is key to today’s retail environment. However, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep shoppers’ attention, says Rue La La CEO Steve Davis.
Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia has a chance to reclaim a significant share of the telecom industry with its proposed purchase of Alcatel-Lucent.
The principles of corporate governance are just as applicable in the ASEAN region as they are in the U.S. Yet there are subtle differences in implementation.
Most experts agree the transition to a clean energy economy will be difficult. But countries like Germany — and companies like Apple — lead the way.
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are helping universities bring their knowledge to a much larger audience, says Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng.