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Walmart’s modest wage increase may be a smart way to keep the company’s options open regarding future raises, but it may not sufficiently inspire workers, according to Wharton’s Adam Cobb.
An “open Internet,” free of entry bans, throttling or paid prioritization, won the day in a big FCC ruling. Wharton professor Kevin Werbach explains the business implications.
Social media has augmented our ability to communicate, but it has also made it easier to misunderstand and misread our audience — or to be misunderstood.
We all need more sleep — and increasingly, we aren’t getting it. The consequences go beyond dark circles: Productivity, creativity and workplace morale are suffering as a result.
Even before the announced thawing of relations with the U.S., Cuba was developing a tech start-up community that has drawn interest from entrepreneurs and industry giants.
Claims of racism, domestic abuse, bullying, ethical breaches: What’s behind the recent rash of poor behavior in professional sports?
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The economic recovery taking hold in the U.S. may enable workers to claw back jobs, but dramatically higher pay is a much more tenuous prospect.
When given the choice of trusting our or another person’s conclusions or accepting facts based on algorithmically analyzed data, most of us tend to trust the human more. But new Wharton research shows that may not always be the best choice.
Diana Ayton-Shenker, founder and CEO of Global Momenta, and the first Social Innovator in Residence at Wharton, has made it her mission to help organizations optimize their impact through social entrepreneurship.
Does e-commerce decline on days when TV viewership surges, or do people multitask and shop while they watch? Research by Wharton’s Shawndra Hill provides some answers.
Outside-the-box approaches in today’s higher education landscape were celebrated at the recent inaugural Reimagine Education Conference.