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A new book by Wharton professors Howard Kunreuther and Robert Meyer offers an innovative solution for addressing the biases that prevent people and groups from adequately preparing for disasters.
When companies streamlined their retirement plans, employees took fewer risks, paid less in expenses and often increased the size of their return, Wharton research finds.
In a new book, former PIMCO CEO Mohamed El-Erian warns that accommodative central banks’ policies have created a “delusion of liquidity.”
Social Security’s long-term prognosis is grim, and every solution that’s been suggested has been deeply unpopular with one faction or another. But Wharton’s Olivia Mitchell has found a partial remedy[…]
The removal of two federal regulatory barriers last October is expected to further accelerate growth in impact investing. But some obstacles persist, including a need for basic awareness of the[…]
Aetna’s CEO speaks candidly about improving the U.S. health care system, and reveals what Hinduism taught him about leadership.
Aetna’s CEO speaks candidly about how his medical experiences gave him ideas about how to improve the U.S. health care system.
Americans are living longer, but they still are not saving enough for retirement and don’t know what to do about it. TIAA-CREF CEO Roger W. Ferguson Jr. recommends some paths[…]
Social Security beneficiaries face further squeezes, including on Medicare benefits. But retirees often are their own worst enemy when it comes to understanding how to maximize entitled benefits, experts say.
The new health care landscape is fueling consolidation for hospitals, physicians groups -- and now insurers. So who are the winners and losers?