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In his first visit to the U.S. as India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi sought to reinvigorate the business and political relationships between the two nations.
New research by Wharton’s Alex Edmans shows that high levels of employee satisfaction benefit shareholders, especially in countries that have flexible labor policies.
One of the biggest players in Israel’s growing tech sector, U.S.-based Intel has drawn considerable controversy because of the subsidies it has received over the years to build and expand its presence there.
China wants to make its state enterprises more efficient by leveraging more private capital in a mixed ownership model. The question, according to Wharton’s Marshall W. Meyer, is whether the state will loosen its control.
UAE Ambassador to Russia Omar Saif Ghobash speaks about ISIS, Ukraine and Western education in the Middle East.
When it comes to matching platforms like online dating sites, sometimes less choice is better — and worth paying for.
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Will Microsoft’s $2.5 billion acquisition of video game producer Mojang make the firm more relevant to a younger generation of consumers?
A program in India to increase financial inclusion made rapid progress in opening bank accounts for underserved populations — but it has also raised numerous questions about what still needs to be done.
Penn’s Danielle S. Bassett, 32, the youngest of this year’s MacArthur fellows, talks about her research in understanding how the human brain functions.
The increasing need to deliver vaccines at the proper temperature to remote parts of the world is only one factor fueling the growth of the “cold chain” industry.
With the death of chairman Emilio Botin, the next generation of Banco Santander leadership — including Botin’s daughter, Ana Patricia — faces the challenge of adapting the bank’s model to a rapidly changing economy and customer base.