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Nonprofits need to adopt some of the practices that have paid dividends in the for-profit world and “stop treating money as a sin,” says charity guru Dan Pallotta.
Learning from the cuts to retiree benefits in some pension plans that Congress allowed last weekend, today’s workers must work longer and save more, says Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell.
It’s no secret that many consumers now binge-buy online. But new research by Wharton’s Eric Bradlow shows how marketers can track that behavior to effectively target these profitable customers.
To keep Hitler’s war machine going, the Nazis captured bullion from European central banks that today would be worth $19 billion, writes George M. Taber, author of ‘Chasing Gold: The Incredible Story of How the Nazis Stole Europe’s Bullion.’
At the BizTech@Wharton conference, panelists shared their latest smart gadgets, as well as the challenges facing the Internet of Things.
The Apple antitrust case involving iPod users brings up questions about whether the tech giant was being anticompetitive or simply trying to improve its product.
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Even as employers are looking to hire, millions of young Indians are hunting for jobs. Can employability assessments provide the right match?
After the demise of its Nook partnership with Microsoft, Barnes & Noble should look to Starbucks for what to do next, Wharton experts say.
Layoffs and terminations are never easy, but managers and employers can make them less brutal. So why don’t they?
A look at the service of Indonesia’s Vice President Boediono, whose term ended in October 2014.
A windfall for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation from a wonder drug may bring new investments to pharmaceutical development, but such deals also come with risks.