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Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel says despite some negatives from the Brexit, U.S. stocks can still rise 10% to 12% by year-end and European stocks are a buy for longer-term investors.
A free federal budget simulation tool developed at Wharton and Penn is producing new thinking around two areas very high on the public agenda: Social Security and immigration.
Wharton’s Raghuram Iyengar explains what his research on referral coupons reveals about customers’ behavior when you offer them the “opportunity” to be brand ambassadors.
The ‘financialization’ of banking, and of business in general, has hampered real growth and innovation while exacerbating inequality, writes journalist Rana Foroohar in a new book.
When Barack Obama visited Cuba earlier this year, America expected an economic resurgence in its backyard. But it hasn’t quite worked out that way.
Barely a year after adopting an app-only strategy, India’s leading fashion e-tailer – Myntra — is back on the desktop. What led to the reversal?
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The FCC has won a sweeping court victory that reaffirms its regulatory authority over broadband access providers. What will it mean for providers and consumers?
Founder Li Ning is “making the changes” (the company’s six-year-old slogan) at his eponymous sporting goods company. They were much needed.
After the Arab Spring, Egyptians began rebuilding their economy to employ jobless youth. Entrepreneur and Eisenhower Fellow Dina Sherif sees startup innovation taking hold.
Harman International is innovating in the digital era by destroying silos, tapping good talent and adopting elements of a startup culture. Not bad for the maker of JBL and other brands.
Soccer Without Borders, winner of the 2016 Lipman Family Prize, uses the sport to help improve the lives of at-risk youth — especially young women.