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Leaders should steer tech teams away from “moon shots” and toward taking blockbuster products one step further, Walmart VP Ben Galbraith said during a recent talk at Wharton.
With all of the talent streaming through the corporate sector and the increased use of executive search firms, why do many companies rehire former CEOs?
Snapdeal’s positioning as a platform gives it the freedom to grow unaffected by India’s FDI regulations, co-founder Kunal Bahl says.
Brad Becker, chief design officer for IBM Watson, talks about current and future applications of cognitive computing and how he hopes to make computers “more humane.”
Experts offer guidance on what steps African nations can take to build a manufacturing base.
In its second year, the health insurance marketplace will see higher premiums and consumers accepting narrower networks, but education on the choices is essential, say Wharton experts.
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New indices of housing land prices in China show that the market has in some cases regressed to where it was five years ago, Wharton’s Joseph Gyourko says.
Billionaire Jon Huntsman, Sr., on how he built a successful business — and why he plans to give away that fortune before his death.
Africa faces significant challenges in improving health care — the current Ebola outbreak among them — but even small advances can make a big difference.
Money can’t buy happiness, but time — and the way we choose to spend it — can greatly impact how content we feel about our lives, according to Wharton’s Cassie Mogilner.
For workers today, the pressure is on more than ever before. To ease the stress, a widespread change in corporate culture is in order, experts say.