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The two U.S. presidential candidates are at opposite ends of the climate-change debate. Wharton experts predict the outcomes if either side prevails.
Ten years ago startup accelerators were the tech high-priests who entrepreneurs looked to for advice and funding. Now their value proposition is evolving — and being questioned.
Whether it’s with airline tickets, professional sports or ride-sharing services, dynamic pricing is here to stay — but the challenge is implementing it in an effective way.
Antonio Garcia-Martinez, founder and former CEO of AdGrok, offers a window into the tech world and startup culture with his new book, Chaos Monkeys.
The sale of Yahoo closes a chapter on one of Silicon Valley’s earliest innovators that failed to keep up with tech developments in the very internet it made reachable to millions of people.
In the follow-up to his bestselling “How Children Succeed.” Paul Tough explains how parents, teachers and administrators can create environments to foster qualities that lead to success.
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Italy’s shaky banks could threaten the entire eurozone financial system if officials are not careful in implementing new bailout regulations, notes Franklin Allen, a Wharton emeritus professor of finance.
Countries like India, South Korea and the UAE are successfully promoting themselves to the world and reaping the economic benefits. Should other nations take a page from their book?
Most fast-growing startups eventually hit the wall — where growth slows or worse. Is the problem market saturation, unbeatable competitors, economic slowdowns? No, 94% of the time the difficulty is internal, notes this new book.
More people are getting serious about “doing well by doing good,” which means there’s a real need for advice about how to make that work. Julia Balandina Jaquier’s new book provides it.
The e-commerce giant’s CEO told the Wharton People Analytics Conference why self-managing organizations like Zappos are the only ones that can survive into the future.