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Howard Marks, founder of Oaktree Capital Management, the world's largest distressed-debt investor, shared his financial acumen and life lessons during a recent visit to Wharton.
Nickhil Jakatdar, CEO of mobile streaming video service Vuclip, discusses the challenges of building a brand from the ground up, and why simplicity has been key to reaching customers in[…]
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Wharton professor Michael Useem suggests that the Medal of Honor offers important lessons to companies on how to inspire exceptional performance.
New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson describes how the business of baseball has changed in his more than three decades in the game.
With declining PC sales worldwide and mounting competition, Microsoft has a lot on the line. Wharton’s Michael Useem and other experts weigh in on what the appointment of Satya Nadella[…]
Women are increasingly taking on a greater role within Saudi Arabia’s labor sector. But much remains to be done to train and provide needed benefits for female employees, and for[…]
Instead of throwing money at “superstars,” companies would be better served by using quantifiable measures to pick the right CEO, according to recent Wharton research.
In 1968, J.D. Power III took the radical step of soliciting customer feedback about cars through consumer surveys. In a recent interview, Power discussed the company's origins with Wharton's John[…]
In a recent interview, Alex Gorsky, chairman and CEO of J&J, talks about his management style, approach to decision making and why humility is a key attribute for any leader.