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Pensions are, in a sense, a necessary by-product of a rich economy. But what will it take to sell the idea to India’s rural poor?
Former Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt’s confirmation as the new head of the U.S. EPA has revived concerns over how he may steer environmental regulation in the wrong direction.
The border adjustment tax proposed by Republicans would have “significant” impacts throughout the economy, according to two Penn experts.
According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, Federal Housing Administration mortgage delinquencies spiked in the fourth quarter for the first time since 2006. How will this impact FHA loans and the U.S. housing market?
The American Enterprise Institute’s Edward Conard challenges conventional wisdom about factors that dampen U.S. economic growth.
Setup, conflict and resolution — the secret sauce of movie plots — now flows to sports, news and politics, making them entertainment, notes this opinion piece.
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Leading Ladies’ Network, founded by Eisenhower Fellow Yawa Hansen-Quao, aims to raise a new generation of female African leaders.
Today’s business leaders so often are driven by metrics, yet creative ideas often lack realistic measures. So how can executives keep creativity alive?
The new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, is a noted critic of net neutrality regulations — but there may be fewer changes coming than you think.
New Wharton research finds that abundantly happy people are perceived as innocent and unsophisticated, which makes them more vulnerable to deception.
The 62-year-old chairman of Taiwan Cement Corporation died January 23 in a tragic accident. In this interview, Koo revealed how he succeeded at the firm.