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The separation of Hewlett-Packard into two companies is a test case for the challenges and opportunities created by divestitures, says Wharton’s Emilie Feldman.
Relations between China and Japan remain tense. How can the two countries avoid war and reestablish business and political bonds?
At the recent Wharton Women in Business conference, female executives discussed the challenges of being a successful negotiator in the male-dominated upper echelons of corporate America.
French economist Jean Tirole’s ideas will help curb the abuses of monopoly and oligopoly without stifling the benefits large firms can bring.
A new study finds that people of “middle status” are the most likely to adopt status-enhancing products.
Airport screenings for Ebola may not be very effective in actually detecting the disease, but they could help lessen the “psychological risk” of panic related to the outbreak.
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Munib al-Masri, the top industrialist in Palestine, accounts for a third of the Palestinian economy. Today, his mission is peace.
Many pundits believe that a rising “quit rate” will herald a more robust job market. But leaving a job voluntarily is about more than economics.
Can Ello stay true to its manifesto by remaining ad free? And can any network supplant Facebook?
Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel talks about the insights on building the future that he gained as an entrepreneur and investor.
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.