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For companies that want to expand abroad by serving their own ethnic groups, there is a dual entry strategy that can be deployed, according to Wharton research.
Will tariffs have an overall corrosive effect on the economy, and, if so, when?
Research by Wharton’s Exequiel Hernandez shows that corporate alliances matter nearly as much as internal synergies in valuing M&A.
From a virtual Harry Potter to digital wrist bands that hold your place in line, today’s theme parks are no longer the analog experiences of decades past.
The demise of Toys R Us and the recent bankruptcy filing by mall staple Claire’s show that the reshaping of the U.S. retail landscape is far from over.
Most organizations trash far too much of their data and end up losing out on a lot of potential value, notes this opinion piece by a Wharton expert and an[…]
Wharton professor Katherine Milkman discusses the ground-breaking ideas that led to the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Economics to behavioral economist Richard H. Thaler.
Recent Wharton research examines the interplay between the computational complexity of statistical methods and their performance.
Bill Sandbrook, CEO of U.S. Concrete, explains what he has learned about leadership throughout his career.
Buoyed by low oil prices and new fuel-efficient aircraft, several low-cost European carriers are challenging major legacy airlines in the lucrative U.S.-Europe market.