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The events in recent weeks threaten to undermine the stability that has made Turkey the world’s singular example of a majority Muslim country with a functioning and enduring democracy.
The Republicans and the Democrats differ on ways for making American health care policy effective, but the middle ground might provide some answers, say experts.
“Pokemon Go,” a game that has millions of people roaming around the physical world to capture virtual characters, has established a solid direction for augmented reality while highlighting a potentially lucrative new marketing platform.
Most fast-growing startups eventually hit the wall — where growth slows or worse. Is the problem market saturation, unbeatable competitors, economic slowdowns? No, 94% of the time the difficulty is internal, notes this new book.
More people are getting serious about “doing well by doing good,” which means there’s a real need for advice about how to make that work. Julia Balandina Jaquier’s new book provides it.
A set of recent Supreme Court decisions has granted certain privileges once reserved only for flesh-and-blood citizens to corporations. Recent Wharton research looks at the potential confusions that arise from that point of view – and what might help.
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The use of emojis has entered the mainstream. Companies that want to use them in marketing must do so wisely – or risk ridicule.
Wharton research reveals what should go into corporate or brand names to attract more online traffic.
J. Eric Wright, a venture capitalist based in South Africa, believes the biggest opportunity for entrepreneurs in the continent lies in the consumer space.
The recent discovery of the first pan-drug resistant ‘superbug’ in the U.S. has alarmed the medical community. What are the possible solutions?
The e-commerce giant’s CEO told the Wharton People Analytics Conference why self-managing organizations like Zappos are the only ones that can survive into the future.