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Pets are more like people than you think. They suffer from emotional and mental issues too, says renowned vet Nicholas Dodman.
Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee raised new questions about banking culture and incentives, but offered little clarity on what went wrong.
A debt boom in emerging markets, produced largely in the private sector, has analysts worried that a bubble is on the horizon.
The commercial real estate industry must adapt to the digital era or risk getting disrupted. Here’s how to do it.
In business and life, people take all sorts of risks. But they must be balanced with prudence. Aureus CEO Karen Firestone explains how.
Opaque algorithms used to micro-segment people can lead to unfairness and bias, says the author of “Weapons of Math Destruction.”
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Brexit presents the EU with profound challenges. But providing more benefits to citizens, plus better management and marketing, could spark new success.
The development of new performance management systems, aided by apps and people analytics combined, has enormous potential.
As corporations increasingly recognize the potential ravages of climate change, some are creating new business models. One company, DSM — formerly Dutch State Mines — has entirely abandoned coal mining for more environmentally friendly pursuits.
Water scarcity is a growing global problem and climate change is making it more challenging. Author Judith Schwartz offers some unexpected solutions.
McDonald’s is jumping on the health-conscious bandwagon by using antibiotic-free chicken, removing preservatives and artificial colors, among other changes. Will it revive stagnant sales growth?