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New research from Wharton’s Barbara Kahn finds that the way products are displayed affects a shopper’s perception of choice – and, in turn, can impact what and how much they buy.
In South Africa, economic resources have been transferred to a new elite, while the poor receive little.
In the wake of rising right-wing populism in Europe, Italians voted against big government and reforms. The fallout could ripple across the continent.
Half of all jobs could be lost in the next 25 years due to technology and globalization, according to WorkingNation.
Walmart reportedly wants to enter the online retail market in India. Will this be a game changer?
In response to a class-action lawsuit resulting from its fraudulent accounts scandal, Wells Fargo has petitioned a Federal District Court to force the bank’s customers into arbitration.
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Space exploration is a complex, highly technical and increasingly expensive endeavor. What’s enabling more private firms to jump into the fray?
NFL ratings are down for good reasons. They could bounce back — perhaps using new distribution mediums, say experts.
Anxious Americans are voting with their checkbooks as they fear the effect that the incoming Trump administration will have on their favorite causes.
The holiday season has become synonymous with major sales — but retailers could be taking a savvier approach.
Mobile payment systems like Apple Pay are gradually gaining traction with consumers. But is widespread adoption by retailers likely – or even necessary?