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Millennials have a reputation for being difficult to engage and retain. But could the core problem be with their leaders?
As Congress considers restructuring the national health care and flood insurance programs, two Wharton professors argue that they must consider the issue of fairness.
The U.K.’s shocking vote has piled more uncertainty on Brexit as Conservatives lost the majority. Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett analyzes the potential fallout.
We should be asking why alternative paths to IPOs are developing so much faster, writes Wharton senior fellow and finance lecturer David Erickson.
As China seeks to draw countries closer to it with the "One Belt, One Road" initiative, the U.S. must find ways to be better engaged in Asia, both economically and[…]
Americans value their privacy but they are also resigned to giving up personal data to transact with a company. Is this acceptable?
Location-based marketing can give businesses a competitive advantage, says Carlos Garcia, co-founder and CEO of HYP3R, a location-based engagement platform based in San Francisco.
Conventional wisdom says gender diversity in the corporate boardroom improves company performance. But academic research says otherwise.
Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche! party is a political startup that used digital tools to take down France’s dominant duopoly, notes this opinion piece.
In this op-ed, Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett writes that while pro-EU parties have gained ground, it is too soon to celebrate the end of populism.