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When tech journalist Dan Lyons was laid off from Newsweek after working there for 25 years, he went to work for a startup. What he discovered surprised — and dismayed — him.
Reaching a balanced ‘burn rate’ – not overspending, but not underspending either – is critical for a startup’s survival, according to Wharton research.
The marriage rate in the United States is at a record low. In ‘All the Single Ladies,’ journalist Rebecca Traister reports on some key economic implications.
Barack Obama’s efforts to improve ties with Vietnam will boost geopolitical balance and bring economic gains for both countries, although the process will be slow, say experts.
Blockchain technology is starting to impact every aspect of business and government. And it begins with the financial services industry.
In a first, the NBA will let teams add sponsorship patches on jerseys. Will the other three major North American sports leagues follow?
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The gender gap in venture funding has important implications for the lack of diversity in Silicon Valley.
New Wharton research takes a closer look at the usefulness and accuracy of performance reviews – with some surprising results.
It’s not just natural talent, and it’s more than simply 10,000 hours of practice: Anders Ericsson reveals the secrets that will help you become talented at … almost anything.
Living an extraordinary life depends on finding your entrepreneurial spirit, writes Stella & Dot CEO Jessica Herrin in a new book.
Opportunity International, a microfinance group, likes to go where others don’t to start banks when “nobody in their right mind was thinking you could,” says David Simms, former head of the U.S. unit.