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Erica Dhawan discusses her new book and what she and coauthor Saj-Nicole Joni call “the power of connectional intelligence.”
Doing similar things at one time or infusing variety in your workday could significantly change your perceptions of productivity and how happy you feel, according to new Wharton research.
A new paper co-authored by Wharton’s Michael R. Roberts shows how government borrowing makes it more expensive for corporations to borrow and invest.
In a tale of two wearables, dueling tech giants, both known for innovation and deep pockets, have taken contrasting approaches as they enter new product categories.
Following President Obama’s relaxing of U.S. travel restrictions, does Cuba have the potential to re-assert itself as a major tourist destination for Americans?
As McDonald’s promises chicken free of human antibiotics, it wins on both food safety and marketing strategy. Experts discuss the gains — and challenges — for the company.
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A former Gates Foundation CFO and a founder of a nonprofit accelerator for social entrepreneurs talked about the need for more financial rigor in impact investing at the recent Wharton Social Innovators Conference.
Some thought Obamacare would mean the end of employment-based insurance. While that did not happen, the threat has not fully lifted, according to Wharton’s Mark Pauly.
Germany carries a great deal of weight in determining the future of the eurozone and its troubled economies. Could the country be charting a more palatable path to recovery?
Business leaders often find themselves focused on short-term goals that distract them from creating a longer-term strategy, according to a new book co-authored by Wharton’s Paul Schoemaker.
Outside-the-box approaches in today’s higher education landscape were celebrated at the recent inaugural Reimagine Education Conference.